K (Ryan Gosling) is a replicant hunting other replicants in a sequel that arrives thirty-five years after the original (watch its predecessor beforehand to really appreciate the cinematic gains of those decades). Visually entrancing, and not devoid of emotion: the relationship between K and his digital lover Joi (Ana de Armas) is an unexpected delight. The score (Jóhann Jóhannsson, Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch) is relentless, and will have your blood pumping even through transitions. Only nit I have to pick is that it feels more like 2149–despite the darkness of our timeline, the technology and the societal decay on display here feel like a century away. Maybe that's the point, though: all good sci-fi is a warning.