Spoilers. I saw it twice now, first time was serious business, second time was just for something to do. It's a fun movie. It could have been one of the best Sci-Fi movies ever made, but that third act is just so Weyland being alive ruined it for me. From that point on the movie really struggles to keep up the positives from before it (especially the way Vickers dies, I mean, come on). There are a lot of inconsistencies in the way things played out, and the set up for a sequel just makes me cringe (not because there could be a sequel, just because it's so forced). Anyway, it's still a lot fun to watch and the effects are just incredible. There are moments that reek of genius and then there are bigger moments that just make me confused as to why it ended up in the final product, but really, Ridley Scott isn't known for being the greatest director either. In my ideal world, we would have had a two hour movie just of David alone on the ship before they ever woke up. THAT would have been a masterpiece. So, how about that confirmed upcoming Ridley Scott Blade Runner sequel, huh?! Ughhhhh.