"Blade Runner" is a sci-fi noir film that has withstood the test of time and is revered as a classic. Ridley Scott does a fantastic job at directing this film, and Harrison Ford shines as the lead star. This film is slow-paced, and begs the philosophical question, "What does it mean to be human?" It's execution in provoking deeper reflection in humanity is great. The dialogue is sharp, and the viewer needs to pay attention to every line to understand what is happening. The mythology within the story is fascinating. This film struggles with being fun though. It is a very serious film, and a little bit of comic relief could have gone a long way with it. It gets boggy with it's heavy load of philosophy, and as a viewer it can feel a tad boring at times. The set production and cinematography are all top-notch. It is a film that everyone should see at least once. It may not be the funnest film, but it is very interesting and deep. Overall, I give this movie a 7.5/10 and an origami unicorn.