Blade Runner's Ending Wasn't The Only Reason Harrison Ford Hated His Voiceovers

Blade Runner's Ending Wasn't The Only Reason Harrison Ford Hated His Voiceovers
When "Blade Runner" was released in June of 1982, the response of both audiences and critics was less than adoring. Despite garnering 6 million on its opening weekend, the film eventually fell off the map, thanks in part to scathing reviews like this one from Roger Ebert: "I suspect my blender and toaster oven would just love it." It also didn't help that Steven Spielberg's "E.T." had also been released just two weeks prior, causing fans to compare the family-friendly tale of an alien trying to get home with a confusing dystopian adaptation about something called "replicants." It wouldn't be until the...

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