Harrison Ford, Edward James Olmos, Rutger Hauer, Darryl Hannah, Sean Young: the cast is brilliant and the visuals just take your breath away even though it's long since been 1982.
"It's time to die."
"I'm not in the business. I AM the business."
This movie is classic. While it's slow for the first hour, it hooks you in to this vision of the future in 2019. (huh - that's the first year after Hasbro's SW license would expire - no wonder the world is so dark!)
Harrison Ford plays a specialized cop - Deckard - who's job it is to kill Replicants that return to earth. They are droids nearly indistinguishable from humans, but they were made with 4 year lifespans to prevent them from getting out of hand. They're used to augment the space military, busy with colonization of other planets, but when they come back to earth, they face their own mortality and mentally break down, making them very dangerous.
Hover cars, the Japanese and Chinese running Los Angeles, and a final showdown between Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer - there's everything to like about this movie. And the end is not what you'd expect.
Bladerunner's a good pick. The end credit music's good too. The Director's Cut runs UNDER 2 hours as well, so it's not too much to take in.