Blade Runner (1982 / 1991 / 2007) Let's discuss this seminal film in its various versions and expansions.There are evidently seven total cuts, but the main three are: The original 1982 theatrical edition loses some of the director's intended subtleties, and inserts a voice-over narration that some (myself included) consider clunky, plus a Hollywoodificized happy ending that seems to contradict some of what's come before. The 1991 Director's Cut included changes such as the removal of the voice-over; re-insertion of a unicorn sequence, and removal of the studio-imposed happy ending. The 2007 Final Cut was overseen and controlled by director Ridley Scott, who considers it his definitive vision of the film. It's a minute longer even than the 1991 version, and is my own preferred version of the movie. To begin discussion, I remain confused as to who the six escaped Replicants are meant to be in the in-universe opinion of the lead character, Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford). Whereas he killed Zhora (the snake dancer), Leon (the mustached thug) and Pris (the blonde street urchin), while Batty (the bleach-blond android leader)'s time expired at film end... who are the other two? If the answer is "Rachael (the brunette leading lady) and Deckard himself", then how is it that Deckard himself thinks there are three remaining Replicants after he killed Zhora? And why does the police captain (played by M. Emmet Walsh) refer to Deckard's past as an expert Blade Runner? Inquiring fans want to know!