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* In the 1982 film Blade Runner by Ridley Scott, the main offices of the fictional Tyrell Corporation ( a Megacorp ) resemble a hyperstructure.
It is the sequel to Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, which was a sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner, and the book on which the film was based, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ?.
Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human ( 1995 ) is a novel by K. W. Jeter, and a continuation of both the film Blade Runner, and the novel upon which it was based, Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Although Blade Runner was largely unsuccessful in its first theatrical release, it found a viewership in the home video market and became a cult film.
The 1982 film Blade Runner featured creatures called replicants, bio-engineered or bio-robotic beings.
After viewing the first 20 minutes of landmark cyberpunk film Blade Runner ( 1982 ), which was released when Gibson had written a third of the novel, he " figured was sunk, done for.
First published in 1968, the book served as the primary basis for the 1982 film Blade Runner.
In 1982, Hampton Fancher and David Peoples ' loose cinematic adaptation became the film Blade Runner, which was directed by Ridley Scott.
Some reviewers have identified similarities between the style and narrative of the 2003 Korean film Natural City and Dick's novel, as well as Blade Runner.
The film shares the plot element of android-hunting bounty hunters with the book, as well as a distinctive visual aesthetic said to be reminiscent of Blade Runner.
This version is a tie-in, using the Blade Runner: The Final Cut film poster and Blade Runner title.
In 1982, a comic book adaptation of the film called A Marvel Comics Super Special: Blade Runner was released by Marvel Comics.
Scott has described Blade Runner as his " most complete and personal film ".
At times, Sakamoto would also present varying interpretations of technology's intersection with music: He would present some pieces, such as " Replica ", with Kraftwerkian rigidity and order, while he would infuse humanity and humor into others – " Broadway Boogie Woogie ", for example, liberally lifts samples from Ridley Scott's film Blade Runner and pairs them with a raucous, sax-driven techno-pop backdrop.
A replicant is a bioengineered or biorobotic being created in the film Blade Runner ( 1982 ).
Blade Runners dark paranoid atmosphere – and multiple versions of the film – adds fuel to the speculation and debate over this issue.
The feature film Blade Runner intentionally induced a red-eye effect to indicate that certain characters were " replicants ," an artificial life-form in the story.
James O ' Ehley has called the 1982 film Blade Runner a definitive example of the cyberpunk visual style.
He is best known for his Academy Award-winning score for the film Chariots of Fire, composing scores for the films Blade Runner, 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Alexander, and the use of his music in the PBS documentary Cosmos: A Personal Voyage by Carl Sagan.

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Jones also produced the 1979 film The Bugs Bunny / Road Runner Movie which was a compilation of Jones ' best theatrical shorts ; Jones produced new Road Runner shorts for The Electric Company series and Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales ( 1979 ), and even newer shorts were made for Bugs Bunny's Bustin ' Out All Over ( 1980 ).
* AX-044-Blade Runner ( EP ) ( inspired by the Ridley Scott film )

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The 1982 science fiction film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan used " Amazing Grace " amid a context of Christian symbolism, to memorialize the death of Mr. Spock but more practically, because the song has become " instantly recognizable to many in the audience as music that sounds appropriate for a funeral " according to a Star Trek scholar.
The film Wrong is Right ( 1982 ) starring Sean Connery was loosely based on his novel, The Better Angels.
From this trip, Marker first published the photo-essay Le Dépays in 1982, as well as using the experience for his next film Sans Soleil, released in 1982.
* Kiklop, a 1965 novel by Ranko Marinković, basis for the 1982 film ( see below )
* Cyclops ( 1982 film ), a Croatian film
Parton continued to make inroads on the pop charts as well with a re-recorded version of " I Will Always Love You " from the feature film The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas ( 1982 ) scraping the Top 50 that year and her duet with Kenny Rogers, " Islands in the Stream " ( written by the Bee Gees and produced by Barry Gibb ), spent two weeks at number one in 1983.
In March 1982, the month before Paul Schrader's film Cat People came out, Bowie's title song, " Cat People ( Putting Out Fire )", was released as a single, becoming a minor US hit and entering the UK top 30.
Released in 1982, the film featured the band as " Nuclear garbagepersons.
A notable film to have emerged during this period was Ryszard Bugajski's 1982 film Interrogation ( Przesluchanie ), which depicts the story of an unfortunate woman ( played by Krystyna Janda ) who is arrested and tortured by the secret police into confessing a crime she knows nothing about.
( 1982 ) as the highest-grossing film in Japan – and Princess Mononoke ( 1997 ), which also claimed the top box office spot until Titanic ( 1997 ).
The first Foonly machine, the F-1, was the computational engine used to create some of the graphics in the 1982 film Tron.
The 1982 Steve Martin comedy Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid was shot in black-and-white as a parody of a 1940s film noir and included footage of actors from the film-noir era such as Humphrey Bogart, Burt Lancaster, and others spliced in with the modern actors.
Charlie Ahearn's independently released fiction film Wild Style ( Wild Style, 1983 ), the early PBS documentary Style Wars ( 1983 ), hit songs such as " The Message " and " Planet Rock " and their accompanying music videos ( both 1982 ) contributed to a growing interest outside New York in all aspects of hip hop.
He was also nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for his role in the controversial film Missing in 1982, and for his roles in Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ), The Apartment ( 1960 ), Days of Wine and Roses ( 1962 ), The China Syndrome ( 1979 ), and Tribute ( 1980 ).
* 1886 – Henry King, American film director ( d. 1982 )
The film was released in 1982, along with his television adaptation of the acclaimed play The Rainmaker.
In 1982, Otomo made his anime debut, working as character designer for the animated film Harmagedon.

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Winning the 1951 Best Picture Oscar and numerous other awards, the film was directed by Vincente Minnelli, featured many tunes of Gershwin, and concluded with an extensive, elaborate dance sequence built around the An American in Paris symphonic poem ( arranged for the film by Johnny Green ), costing $ 500, 000.
Next were films such as The Winds of the Aures ( 1965 ) of Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina, Patrol To The East ( 1972 ) of Amar Laskri, Prohibited Area of Ahmed Lallem, ( 1972 ), The Opium and the stick of Ahmed Rachedi, or The Battle of Algiers ( 1966 ) which is an Algerian-Italian film selected three times at the Oscars.
* Alien ( film ), a 1979 film by Ridley Scott
** Aliens ( film ), a 1986 sequel by James Cameron
** Alien ( franchise ), the film franchise, including other sequels
* The Alien ( film ), an incomplete 1960s Indian-American film
* Ada ( film ), 1961 film by Daniel Mann
* Aberdeen ( film ), a film ( 2000 ) directed by Hans Petter Moland, starring Stellan Skarsgård and Lena Headey
* Animal ( 1977 film ), French film ( L ' Animal ) by Claude Zidi with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Raquel Welch
* Animal ( 2001 film ), Argentine film by Sergio Bizzio with Carlos Roffé
* Animal ( 2005 film ), US film by David J. Burke with Ving Rhames and Terrance Howard
* Atlas ( film ), a 1961 movie by Roger Corman
Throughout the 1950s and early 1960s, Kurosawa directed approximately a film a year, including a number of highly regarded films such as Ikiru ( 1952 ), Seven Samurai ( 1954 ) and Yojimbo ( 1961 ).
In the last of Kurosawa's films as an assistant director, Horse ( Uma, 1941 ), Kurosawa took over most of the production, as Yamamoto was occupied with the shooting of another film.
In the film, Thirteen at Dinner ( 1985 ), adapted from Lord Edgware Dies, the role of Japp was taken by the actor David Suchet, who would later star as Poirot in the ITV adaptations.
The other Rutherford films ( all directed by George Pollock ) were Murder at the Gallop ( 1963 ), based on the 1953 Hercule Poirot novel After the Funeral ( In this film, she is identified as Miss JTV Marple, though there was no indication as to what the extra initials might stand for ); Murder Most Foul ( 1964 ), based on the 1952 Poirot novel Mrs McGinty's Dead ; and Murder Ahoy!

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