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toro

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Glop_dweller

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Why do people keep trying to make artdeco retrofutrist cyberpunk happen?
Blade Runner

Which is one of the rare examples of that format being good
...And that's the answer to your question; that's why. If Blade Runner hadn't been good, then no one would be dreaming about it, or trying to make it happen.
We don't see anyone trying to make SpaceHunter, Cherry2000, or Gattaca happen.
 

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