For 35 years, director Ridley Scott has been making movies that have placed uncommonly balanced weight on both style and substance. Scrolling through Scott’s lengthy filmography, there are two credits that devotees inevitably associate him with before all others: his brilliant, breakout chiller “Alien” (1979), and the equally seminal, neo-noir “Blade Runner” (1982).
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