Blade Runner 2049 manages to be the rarest thing in Hollywood: a sequel that is just as good as the original movie and, in many ways, better. The film’s moody visuals perfectly carry the legacy of Ridley Scott’s original vision, and seeing franchise newcomers like Ryan Gosling and Jared Leto acting alongside returning veteran Harrison Ford is a genuine treat for fans.

There is another way that Blade Runner 2049 honors the original movie, though, and it’s one that won’t make everyone happy: this movie leaves you with a great many questions. Some of these questions revolve around seeming plot holes, while others are deliberately open-ended so ...

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