If you have a spare night and you're planning to spend it at the movies, you may want to support Denis Villeneuve's outstanding effort, which is Blade Runner 2049. Not only it's the most cohesive and better executed sequel in decades, showing religious respect to its predecessor, but it's also an incredible movie on its own, capable of expanding original themes in unexpected and very clever ways. Cinematography is Oscar worthy, Harrison Ford provides his better and most emotional performance in ages, and Ryan Gosling is an extremely solid lead in his familiar Drive-sque character. Be warned: this movie ain't your usual popcorn blockbuster, nor a movie for everyone. It's a sci-fi movie like they don't make them anymore, taking its time to develop its themes and story, without any urge to be likeable. It's the kind of movie we will remember, rewatch and quote for years to come, making us wonder and question if the future – and mankind – will really look like that. Go see it.