Where: The Landmark Theater Los Angeles Cine Alta 4K Digital Projection Dolby Digital 117 Minutes Extended Run One More Week How does one start to sift through notes jotted down in my Moleskine in the dark? Let me stray from those notes and save them for the discussion thread when it arises. Blade Runner and it's arduous journey to dvd in an acceptable presentation is one of the reasons I've been a member of this site. Tonight was the night of all nights. A nailbiter of a day as I anxiously waited to get out of work and up to L.A. So, I suppose the question is, was I captivated? I can say honestly that I have never seen Blade Runner look and sound better than it did this evening. The colors in some scenes absolutely took on a new life. A flawless presentation escpecially in the dark scenes; the neon vivid and bright. Most notably scenes like animal row, the bicycle scene, Deckard's balcony were lush. Deckard and Gaff's spinner flight to the Tyrell Pyramid though, was breathtaking. The restoration was, simply put, gorgeous! The Dolby Digital sound, was very solid. Dialog clear, some effect tracks still showing signs of age. Vangelis's score though was the star. From the icy harp type highs bouncing through the surrounds to the low string drones emitting from his Yamaha CS80 to his shakey mock violin vibrato. The film's sound was nothing short of stellar. All of you fans with the anxiety of Scott pulling a Lucas can rest at ease. No wild CGI'd characters. I'm going to be vague here but I will say, in my opinion, the additions, ommission etc. were very subtle. Well...until...yes, except for one. Yes, one word changed mid-way in the film and I'm still scratching my head as to why? This was and will be the one thorn, the sore thumb in this near-perfect version. Was it enough to kill the experience? No, but if the discussion thread emerges, I know this change will come up. Not enough to murder the experience but enough to dock it a 1/2 star. Still, I lived to see it. Now, I can shut up of ADMIN: please merge this with the proper thread if there is one.