MacDara Conroy’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Final Cut, this time, and again on a big screen (in the Light House). Those opening titles have to be seen in that context: this film's got a power contemporary cinema can only dream of. Also, I'm more and more convinced that Roy Batty is the real protagonist, and the question of Deckard is a bluff. Which really puts the sequel (which I have no plans to see till it's out on home video, at least) in a difficult position.