‘Blade Runner 2049’: The Significance of Color | The Cynical Cypher

Today, I discuss the masterful Blade Runner 2049 and the importance of setting in film. I hope you all enjoy!

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Music Used:
Edward Artemiev – Meditation
Vangelis – Main Titles (From “Blade Runner”)
Hanz Zimmer – Mesa

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7 thoughts on “‘Blade Runner 2049’: The Significance of Color | The Cynical Cypher

  1. Man you made sure to kick Ridley Scott's film so many times I lost count. Denis Villeneuve has said without Scott's film his wouldn't be what it is. So if you're kicking Scott's film, you're also kicking Villeneuve despite what you're saying to the contrary. While the colour pallet is very different from Scott's film, Villeneuve's piggy backs off of Scott's then moves into a different story. One cannot shit all over Scott's film then praise Villeneuve's because Villeneuve has said he would never have considered doing it without Scott's approval.

  2. ive never seen these films, i might give them a look. I've always liked apocalyptic stuff but believe it or not until 2015 i kept mixing it up with logans run xD

  3. WHAM! this film sucked by the way.. no where near the original.. the ending of 2049 was fucking boring .. We went from memories being lost like tears in rain.. to a family reunion? that I didn't give 2 fucks about…. shall I go on??

  4. The only critique I'd give this video is mix up the background soundtrack a little bit. Gets a little irritating hearing Mesa over and over.

    Otherwise, a good video, I hadn't thought about the color usage before on this. I know Sicario did a fantastic job with that as well.

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