40th Anniversary!

Blade Runner: The Final Cut


The Fat Noodle food truck will be on site starting at 6:00pm, serving up delicious ramen so you can satisfy your hunger just like Harrison Ford does in the movie!

Unleash your inner Replicant as The Loft Cinema celebrates the 40th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi noir masterpiece, Blade Runner, with a big screen presentation of the definitive Final Cut on the same day (June 25th) that the Original Cut premiered in theaters back in 1982! Enter our FREE RAFFLE for movie-related prizes, and find out why being a human is highly overrated with one of the greatest films of the ‘80s!

 “Blade Runner is a singular and enthralling experience. This is perhaps the only science fiction film that can be called transcendental.” – Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly

Visually spectacular, intensely action-packed and powerfully prophetic since its 1982 debut, the classic sci-fi/noir thriller Blade Runner returned in 2007 in a definitive Final Cut that gave director Ridely Scott full artistic control, allowing him to perfect this stunning masterpiece even further by including extended scenes and never-before-seen special effects culled from restored archive materials. In a future of high-tech possibility soured by urban and social decay, 21st-century detective Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) hunts for fugitive, murderous replicants (led by Rutger Hauer), and is drawn to a mysterious woman (Sean Young) whose secrets may undermine his soul. Based on the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick, Blade Runner gave the world a darkly cynical view of a rain-soaked, neon-lit future that has inspired countless homages and imitations, none of which have matched the hypnotic power of the original. Co-starring Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh and Daryl Hannah, and featuring a haunting score by Vangelis, this is the definitive version of a modern-day classic. If ever there was a film meant to be seen on the big screen, this is it! (Dir. by Ridley Scott, 1982 /2007, USA/UK, 118 mins., Rated R)