A scifi movie that was 20 to 30 years ahead of its time and which other subsequent scifi flicks emulated. Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) is not who (or what) he appears to be. The film has subtle little clues laced throughout the script. Rutgar Hauer in his closing scene delivers what is considered by many to be one of the greatest, if not the greatest, monologue in cinematic history. His words were not in the script but improvised by him and only he knew the exact words to be spoken. Harrison Ford and the set crew were totally unaware of the deviation from the script which is why Ford's facial expression seemed so real and not acted as he laid there and listened.
Yes, it is a slow moving film but I watched every scene and listened to every word intently each time I viewed this film. I did not have to meander through CGI crap and mindless, endless, unbelievable and continuous fight scenes.
R.I.P. Rutgar Hauer