Blade Runner (1982). (NOT BR 2049. 5th Element is better than BR 2049).
BR (1982) is one of the best films ever made. FE is a good movie, but nothing about except the special effects is landmark.
all star cast (Ford, Hauer, Young, Wong, Olmos, Walsh, Cassidy, Hannah)
there's at least 5 different versions of this film to watch
script and concept is awesome
sets were awesome
I've seen BR1982 at least 20 times in my life (and seen each version at least once) - the 20th time I watched it I still found something I had never seen before.
even today (2018) - has points to ponder: what is the exact definition of human life? are the replicants human? do they have a soul? in our real future, should we engineer superior humans? (if yes - isn't this what the Nazis were trying to do? if no, how do you stop it from becoming a reality?) should we engineer pseudo-humans to use as slave labor (especially if they only live 4 years)? if we create slaves, should we prevent them from breeding?