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Every Harrison Ford Sci-Fi Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Harrison Ford has starred in some of the most important sci-fi Hollywood films. Here's every Harrison Ford sci-fi movie ranked from worst to best.

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10 Best Movies That Flopped At The Box Office, According To Reddit

From The Shawshank Redemption to Blade Runner, some of the greatest movies of all time were actually box office failures.

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Screen Rant's Top 5 Favorite Movies of 2017

The Screen Rant editorial team shares their top 5 favorite movies of 2017 - from innovative indie films to big-budget blockbusters.

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The 10 Best Science Fiction/Fantasy Couples In Movies

From galaxies far, far away to epic fantasy worlds, these are the best couples in the sci-fi and fantasy genres.

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The Blade Runner RPG's New Replicants Vs. Runners Gameplay

The upcoming Blade Runner RPG, made by Free League Publishing, tries to "replicate" the Replicant vs. Runners narratives of the Blade Runner movies.

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Every Dave Bautista Movie Ranked Worst To Best

Since transitioning from bonafide WWE star to serious actor, Dave Bautista has starred in 22 films to date. Here's each one ranked from worst to best.

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M. Night Shyamalan Cast Dave Bautista Because of Blade Runner 2049

M. Night Shyamalan casts Guardians of the Galaxy actor Dave Bautista in his new movie Knock at the Cabin after his performance in Blade Runner 2049.

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Why Harrison Ford Changed His Mind About Blade Runner

Harrison Ford wasn't a big fan of Blade Runner after its 1982 release, but has more recently changed his opinion of the movie - here's why.

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Blade Runner 2049: 8 Things You Didn't Know About The Sci-Fi Epic

Expanding and growing the world of Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049 has some interesting production and real-life secrets you may not have known.

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The Secret Obsession That Makes Dune (And Villeneuve's Other Movies) So Good

Dennis Villeneuve’s obsession with Frank Herbert’s Dune was no secret, but another fixation shaped all his protagonists over the last decade.

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