Blade Runner: Every Version Of The Original, Ranked

Ridley Scott's Blade Runner is considered by many fans to be one of the greatest science fiction movies ever made. The 1982 cult classic is based on Philip K. Dick's seminal sci-fi novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep", and is considered a thought-provoking and evocative piece of cinematic history. The plot focuses on police detective Rick Deckard hunting down synthetic humans known as Replicants in a futuristic world distrustful of the all-too-human androids. Dealing with humanoid machines makes him confront his own humanity.

Since it's debut in 1982, Blade Runner has been released seven different ways; the San Diego sneak peak cut in 1982, the Us theatrical cut in 1982, the International theatrical cut  in 1982, the workprint cut in 1982, the Us broadcast version for television in 1986, the Director's Cut sanctioned by Ridley Scott in 1992, and the ultimate realization of his vision, The Final Cut released in 2007. We've ranked them here, based on differences in narration,
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