Blade Runner: The Final Cut (2007) Blu-ray Movie Review
Restored from its original six track elements, Blade Runner finally includes a glorious audio track, righting the wrongs of all of the previous releases. Whilst occasionally, the limited fidelity shows evidence of its 30 years of age, overall this is a really killer audio track which transcends its age.
There is some excellent split surround usage (far more proficient than on the previous DVD mix) and some dialogue intelligibility has been rectified.
Vangelis’ score has grown on me over time. It’s mixed very immersively and sounds quite grand.
Once again, there is just no way that Blade Runner has sounded better. Unlike any potential future 4K release of the film, I don’t think the film will ever sound better than it does now.
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