Blade Runner 2049, sequel to the cyberpunk movie from the 80s has been hailed by critics but panned by audiences who were expecting an MTV experience as good as Masamune Shirow's Ghost in the Shell or at least a Ridley Scott visual feast. What you get is a vast, lonely adventure of an A.I. hero similar to a Miyazaki epic anime. It's not what we expected either, but it does what it does to continue the tale and pave the way for future retellings or sequels. Which is what we fans all want anyway.