Blade Runner 2049

Movie • 2017 •   Report
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Amanda Leavell
No animals are harmed, but the dog does get left behind and we never find out what happens to it.
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Blitkun
Bees and worms are kept and exploited. A dog is given alcoholic beverage to drink. It's safe to assume it's a habit. There's also an explosion scene in which we can see (and hear) the dog getting hurt. It is also visible lying by the floor in the aftermath. Even though the dog is alive for the rest of the story, the scene can be triggering.
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Does a pet die?
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shorty_shubbs
There are bees, a few weird worms in the beginning, and a super CG bug on a leaf
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Jyslinn
Commands were given to care and protect the dog for the rest of his life, and possibly find another. That's my story, and I'm sticking with it.
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KSNAP
Yes, but it's not a real snake.
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visionsofalife
When? Details
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Does a cat die?
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YepItsLap
The way in which the protagonist is forced to believe he's a living human through fake memories may be interpreted as a form of gaslighting
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Bladedamus
Children are kept as slaves/indentured servants.
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Bladedamus
The comment above describes an event from the first movie, not this one.
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IndigoBlue14
Cutting and slicing of flesh with scalpels
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Bladedamus
Already been bed teeth are laid out on an autopsy table, but no one alive is shown having their teeth damaged.
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Bladedamus
The other two comments describe scenes from the first film. In this one, a character's eye is removed after being killed. The removal itself is off-screen, but the eye is shown being cleaned in a sink.
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Bladedamus
Coco struggles to breath after having his neck broken.
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Sierra1
One of the replicants convulses after being shot.
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invadermac
The coroner has his neck broken, and Madam has her hand crushed violently
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Does a kid die?
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Bladedamus
Deckard is kidnapped by The Wallace Corporation.
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YepItsLap
the only toy mentioned throughout the film is a wooden horse, which looks to be well-preserved when the grown-up protagonist returns to his presumed place of origin
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Eric Sakshaug
The only person who dies in this movie who is mentioned as being a parent dies almost thirty years before the movie takes place, and there are no flashbacks to the scene in question, so the death of a parent is never on screen.
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Eric Sakshaug
There is a brief scene where K takes a shower after returning from a mission. It lasts maybe two seconds, and the scene is shown from a top-down view.
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Marcell_Davis
There is a very sudden gunshot/explosion during an interrogation scene.
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Dorianaz9
Spit blood but no v*
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No, but someone encourages someone to sacrifice their life for a cause
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Does a baby cry?
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Eric Sakshaug
When K fights Dekker after K trips a tripwire, there are some pretty hefty strobe effects. For those of you concerned about this, look away after K trips the wire, and you can resume after Dekker offers K a drink.
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shorty_shubbs
No, but they do talk about a c section needing to be done
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Bladedamus
The box of bones and hair is revealed to be a woman who died in childbirth, but this occured before the movie takes place and is not shown to us.
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Bladedamus
Childbirth is mentioned, not shown.
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cassandrasaurus
No actual hate speech is used, but in-universe slurs against synthetics (“Skinjob”) are used in a pretty realistic way.
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YepItsLap
although the setting of the movie implies a place for LGBT characters, not a single one is specified to be neither straight, nor LGBT
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Marcell_Davis
People having sex can be heard and seen through frosted glass as the camera pans through a futuristic brothel. Also a naked female replicant is subject of a rather long scene.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Bladedamus
It's subjective; Deckard is reunited with his daughter, but it's implied that K will die.
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invadermac
Well, a flying car...
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shorty_shubbs
Flying car gets shot by something and falls from the sky. Character ends up being OK if not scratched up
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jmaa
Implied in the backstory.
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seadeepy
Graphic scene where protag holds woman underwater and she is seen thrashing & struggling for a long time on screen before succumbing.
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