You should still, (of course), take whatever you want to from the film.
Just because somebody else has made a certain interpretation, doesn't mean it is a fact.
However, excerpts may be freely quoted with proper attribution.
Many of these essays comment on multiple themes, but to help you get to what you're looking for quicker, I have attempted to bring some order to the kipple by sorting them by their main theme.
Dr Stephen Mulhall questions humanity, how it is portrayed in the film and considers how we should react to it.
The prejudice inherent in human society is a theme explored by Philip K. Patrick Meaney compares the prejudice theme across three of PKD's books and considers what we can learn from PKD's writing.(And some also get minor facts wrong.) Copyright on all analysis essays published on this site remains with the original authors.None of this work can be substantially copied elsewhere without the author's permission.Roy's growth is examined and compared to our own Human efforts to achieve our ideal of Humanity.A fascinating exploration by Patrick Deese of the essence behind the debate.Brought out by script, direction and even visual design, which in Blade Runner sometimes almost becomes a character in itself.Many are interested in these subjects simply for their own sake.Blade Runner is one of the great films of the twentieth century. There is the obvious enjoyment one can have of simply watching a fantastic film with interesting characters in a stunningly created environment set to terrific music.But there is also much more depth to this particular film.Although some texts do stay on the Web for years, others disappear as people move on.Therefore, BRmovie offers a permanent home for any essays and other analysis works so they may be saved for the BR community.