The “Director’s Cut” of three iconic science fiction films can be enjoyed on the city’s movie billboardsince from this weekend they will be exhibited Alien, Blade Runner y Robocop.
The triad of reference films within the science fiction genre will be re-released from Friday, July 22 in selected Cinemex theaters for a limited time. And not only that, but what will be exhibited will be the so-called “director’s cuts”, which gives the program a much more special flavor. Two pieces by the totemic Ridley Scott and one by Paul Verhoeven make up the cycle entitled Cinemex Presents: Sci-Fi Classics. Look for schedules and rooms on the billboard.
Alien (1979). ESPECIAL/20TH CENTURY FOX.
Premiered in 1979, Alien: The Eighth Passenger by Ridley Scott has become one of the greatest horror and science fiction films. His characters have transcended the collective imagination. The film tells the story of Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), who together with the crew of her ship will face the threat of a voracious and ruthless enemy. The Director’s Cut shows a revision of the editing and the rhythm of the original film to make it more agile and engaging.
Blade Runner (1982). ESPECIAL/WARNER BROS. PICTURES.
• Blade Runner
In 1982, Blade Runner by Ridley Scott failed at the box office. The public and the critics of his time said that it was too complex and even bland. Who would have thought that over the years it would become one of the greatest works of science fiction? This cult piece revolves around Deckard (Harrison Ford), who must annihilate a group of “replicants” who are looking for their “creator”.. Blade Runner celebrates 40 years of its original premiere.
RoboCop (1987). ESPECIAL/ ORION/MGM.
It is not only a science fiction classic, it is also an action movie classic. Directed by Paul Verhoeven and released in 1987, the film had to face censorship, which considered that the content was too violent. However, the public was captivated by the ability of the film to offer a high level of entertainment while addressing complex issues such as the relationship between human beings and death, the overflowing corporate power, the prevailing notion of what is “masculine” and even the cracks of the concept of “authority”.
Movies In Theaters Sci-Fi Classics Alien Blade Runner RoboCop
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