This week, Gavia and Morgan are lukewarm on Denis Villeneuve's sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fic classic Blade Runner. Topics of discussion include the films problems with women, its overly complicated screenplay, Harrison Ford's best performance in years, and whether the idea of a sequel was doomed from the outset.
"Blade Runner 2049's Politics Aren't That Futuristic," Devon Maloney, Wired
"Imagine a future. Where women are still treated as sex objects," Helen O'Hara, The Pool