Adam Savage & Neil deGrasse Tyson: Favorite Movies & Blade Runner 2049

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  • Published on Nov 3, 2017
  • Adam Savage (Tested.com Editor In Chief) and Neil deGrasse Tyson discuss some of their favorite movies, including Blade Runner 2049 and Back To The Future. They also chat about other iconic films.
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Comments • 430

  • connor hubbard
    connor hubbard 4 hours ago

    These guys get to close while talking

  • Dylan Mcdonald
    Dylan Mcdonald Day ago

    I feel like if you left them there they would talk for week’s and not run out of any thing to say

  • MYT MIC
    MYT MIC 4 days ago

    Never liked Blade Runner, just watched Blade Runner 2049 and the dislike remains

  • Anty Bee
    Anty Bee 8 days ago

    I was 9 when i saw Bladerunner in the theater. It was my first R rated movie. Thanks mom!

  • Jordan Vakarelov
    Jordan Vakarelov 10 days ago

    We need a new one of this for the sequel! :D

  • Bull1the1Great
    Bull1the1Great Month ago

    those who disliked are the people who divide with zero

  • babbafuc
    babbafuc Month ago

    In a perfect world there would be podcast with these two guys talking movies for hours

  • N Jones
    N Jones Month ago

    yes! for Animatrix, always loved that...I had a prerelease version on VCD

  • Morad Farhaoui
    Morad Farhaoui Month ago

    As much as I love listening to Neil , I wouldn't want to sit next to him. He seems has no control on his hands.

  • Adam Borseti
    Adam Borseti 2 months ago

    Blade Runner has the best soundtrack (and sound design) of all time, in my opinion. The film wouldn't have been nearly as watchable for me were it not for Vangelis's dreamy, synthesizer soundtrack.

  • Pete Timbrell
    Pete Timbrell 2 months ago

    The original Bladerunner accurately foresaw one of the likely effects of climate change - the constant rain.

  • Blood0cean
    Blood0cean 3 months ago +1

    First time I've heard dank used correctly in a long ass fucking time.

  • DreadfulBride
    DreadfulBride 3 months ago

    oh my... I gotta get these two guys xfer from my tablet to smart TV! I have always wanted to see two of my virtual buddies going at it 1v1, Yaay!

  • sam newman
    sam newman 3 months ago

    Blade Runner is special, it is the most realised, detailed and realistic portrayal of a sci-fi universe ever put to screen. Blade Runner's world is so detailed that you notice things in the background you haven't seen before. The sets are beautiful and it is a visual masterpiece. Blade Runner is the last real Analogue SFX movie and quite possibly the best. It would be over 15 years later before we see digital effects that are capable of such impressive visuals.
    Blade Runner features three character arcs, the story of Rachel, of Roy and of Deckard. These characters go through a transformation mentally and spiritually as the movie progresses.
    Blade Runner deals with important topics that are becoming more and more relevant as technology catches up to that which was seen in sci-fi of the 1980s. Blade Runner wasn't just a movie but also a warning of a possible future.

  • Clickityclak
    Clickityclak 3 months ago

    Two of my favorite people in the world.

  • Mike Strong
    Mike Strong 3 months ago

    As long as these two keep their hands above the table I think they'll be okay. They look like they're ready to hug and kiss each other.

  • David H
    David H 3 months ago

    'I will pick up the hook.
    you will see something new.
    two things. And I call them
    Thing One and Thing Two.
    These Things will not bite you.
    They want to have fun.'
    Then, out of the box
    came Thing Two and Thing One!"

  • Shruggz Da Str8-Faced Clown

    Spoiler warning: Decker is TOTALLY a replicant!
    ;^}

  • Shruggz Da Str8-Faced Clown

    The greatness of the original Blade Runner is a testament to the genius of Phillip K. Dick -- the dark sci-fi pioneer whose story "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?" was the source material that Blade Runner was adapted from.

  • Viren vs
    Viren vs 4 months ago

    Geeking out with Adam savage

  • Alexander Salmas
    Alexander Salmas 5 months ago

    Oh shit shout out to Manhattan Beach

  • Matthew W
    Matthew W 5 months ago

    neil is very touchy feely

  • Van Cleef Terror of Ariandel

    He's so wrong he's not a replicant

  • cxcevents
    cxcevents 5 months ago

    two of my favorite people. so cool to see them chatting.

  • 15743 Hertz
    15743 Hertz 5 months ago

    I loved the mood created by the constant dank and wet in the picture. "All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain."

  • Paradox
    Paradox 5 months ago

    Bunch of nerds 😂

  • schalazeal07
    schalazeal07 5 months ago

    My brother asked me to watch the original Blade Runner with him but I didn't. FUKKET!! Hopefully tonight tho..
    #darkandgritty #FFVIIFFVIinspiration

  • Brendan Merrick
    Brendan Merrick 5 months ago

    Hell yeah, Adam. Animatrix is awesome.

  • Trieu Nguyen
    Trieu Nguyen 5 months ago

    its no supprise that NDT wore a Omega Speedmaster moon watch. lol

  • Preston Ferry
    Preston Ferry 6 months ago

    Why doesn't they have a verified badge?

  • General Phasma
    General Phasma 6 months ago

    dank

  • Matthew Talbot-Paine
    Matthew Talbot-Paine 6 months ago

    I think I need to watch blade runner again I think I missed the point.

  • Trine Daely
    Trine Daely 6 months ago +5

    I still remember the wonder I felt seeing Blade Runner as a kid after HBO and VCRs became commonplace (late 80s I guess). I still love the movie and the fact that it left questions lingering (as the author of the book intended).

  • Ronin Vagabond
    Ronin Vagabond 6 months ago

    Tf is this Blade Runner crap anyway?

  • Anthony Pestana
    Anthony Pestana 6 months ago

    Love and miss Adam

  • Ministry Of Arguments
    Ministry Of Arguments 6 months ago

    It would have been interesting to hear their views about 'The Thing' 1982 directed by John Carpenter. That was also about what is and isn't alive.

  • Suba
    Suba 6 months ago

    Did not know Adam was such a noob. WTF

  • Thomopolus Rex
    Thomopolus Rex 6 months ago

    Get your geek on.

  • Michal Laskowski
    Michal Laskowski 6 months ago

    there was cool Ghost in the shell , not the movie

  • Wendell Dillard
    Wendell Dillard 6 months ago

    Had to Google dank. Word of the day

  • Nelson Bennett
    Nelson Bennett 6 months ago +1

    you can channel surf pass ferris bueller's day off and back to the future trilogy.

  • MICHAEL FRIEL
    MICHAEL FRIEL 6 months ago +1

    Should see my driveable aircraft. I think you'd love it.

  • cislariu raul
    cislariu raul 6 months ago

    I love fricking Animatrix! Adam never disapoints.

  • naihanchin Kempo
    naihanchin Kempo 6 months ago

    2049 has a simple main story Find the child stop the revolt. Find the child save the revolt. simple

  • andrewxc1335
    andrewxc1335 6 months ago

    Re: 3:42 - "2019 is forever away!"
    Ford Prefect: "Don't talk to me about the future... I've been all over it; spend half my time there. Just faster cars and smellier air..."

  • ninja narwhal
    ninja narwhal 6 months ago

    The dream team

  • Projections
    Projections 6 months ago +1

    I have seen Blade Runner 4 2049 times.

  • Projections
    Projections 6 months ago +3

    They were dank. *_dank_* .

  • Ammar Ahmed
    Ammar Ahmed 6 months ago

    2 great men.

  • Somewhat Sane
    Somewhat Sane 6 months ago

    REALLY enjoyed Blade Runner!
    I liked the Matrix 2 and 3. I'm sorry I'm in the minority there. I also liked the AniMatrix. Why am I saying this?

  • Ricky Bobby
    Ricky Bobby 6 months ago

    Subbed!

  • cheap bastard
    cheap bastard 6 months ago

    What are they talkimg about thing 1 and thing 2?

  • Hell-Raizer 15
    Hell-Raizer 15 6 months ago

    Dank as all hell

  • Xeino
    Xeino 7 months ago

    Blade Runner 2049 is a movie that makes you think but is very, very BORING!

  • Coffee Jack
    Coffee Jack 7 months ago

    Smok tha grass tyson and Adam from nut busters are at it again!.

  • badoli
    badoli 7 months ago

    Wow! Two of the coolest people talking about my favourite movie... :O

  • TheKuzmovka
    TheKuzmovka 7 months ago

    Adam rejects your reality and substitutes his own!

  • Drake Magnum
    Drake Magnum 7 months ago

    I could watch that for another hour!

  • Lucifer 69
    Lucifer 69 7 months ago

    2049 is a deep movie but overall very lackluster. It's pails in comparison to the original is every way except visuals [obviously].
    My biggest gripe is the run time. It's too long. Too slow. That just kills the entertainment aspect.

  • John Hutchins
    John Hutchins 7 months ago +2

    Why do people say the 'original' blade runner when 2049 is a sequel and not a remake?

    • airspeedmph
      airspeedmph 2 months ago

      I think they're talking about the original 80's release, vs the other versions of it.
      There are some differences (the ending for ex) that some people like, while others don't.
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Versions_of_Blade_Runner

  • Rusty Savage
    Rusty Savage 7 months ago

    So random, but I knew that Thing2 bit of trivia...weird. haha.

  • eternitynaut
    eternitynaut 7 months ago

    Ehang 184, shut up about flying cars, they are here.

  • Elliot Grey
    Elliot Grey 7 months ago

    _The Matrices_

  • MsZeeZed
    MsZeeZed 7 months ago

    The animatrix is better because its shorter :)

  • MsZeeZed
    MsZeeZed 7 months ago

    I’m in agreement with Adam, lets create a better dystopia.

  • John Laury
    John Laury 7 months ago

    What a total nerd-gasm to have Adam and Neil together in the same room!

  • hactor jabalan
    hactor jabalan 7 months ago

    Wait did he say cyberpunk!!! Guys cyberpunk 2077 is a game look it up. the guys who made wicher 3 are making it I played wicher 3 its a good game I can't wait cyberpunk 2077 comes out

  • Cirrus Tate
    Cirrus Tate 7 months ago

    Ok, total fanboy squeal here. Two of My favorite people together. So awesome. I would LOVE to see these two work together on something.

  • Zacknir
    Zacknir 7 months ago

    "YOU LIKED THAT ?!" xD

  • ILLAngel101
    ILLAngel101 7 months ago

    YAAAY, Adam is on the "Deckard is a replicant" train. He's right, for sure. It's fact.
    I've seen "The Island" 20-30 times. For some reason that movie is just fantastic to me. (movie about human cloning).

  • Roger Foster
    Roger Foster 7 months ago

    I can watch the new Westworld series over and over, and still get something new also.

  • Scott Johnson
    Scott Johnson 7 months ago

    I saw Blade Runner once. That was enough. So boring.

  • Gigagamer74
    Gigagamer74 8 months ago

    He's God damn right, Animatrix is better.

  • Josh Greening
    Josh Greening 8 months ago

    Two of my MOST FAVORITE people alive. They're definitely in my top five people I'd love to have dinner with, just to pick their brains and shoot the shit...

  • James Pak
    James Pak 8 months ago

    it isn't the WORLD that was not ready for the "cerebrality" of that movie's story, the mainstream audience , particularly those in North America, were not and are STILL not ready. Consider those movies that do the best at the box office - almost all of them require very little "cerebrality" whatsoever. Make people think and they won't buy tickets. The masses don't go to the movies to be forced to think; they go to be entertained

  • bert n. ernie
    bert n. ernie 8 months ago

    DANK

  • Dr. Sci-Fi
    Dr. Sci-Fi 8 months ago

    D A N K

  • Joe Medley
    Joe Medley 8 months ago

    Proving once again why you’re the two public figures I most want to hang out with.

  • BigDH28
    BigDH28 8 months ago

    Two great men that I could listen to talk all day!!!....... everyday! 👍👍👍👍👍

  • MeesterVegas
    MeesterVegas 8 months ago

    Yeah, Deckard is definitely a Replicant... So, they send out a Replicant to hunt Nexus 6 Replicants, and he doesn't even have the enhanced abilities they do. What was he, a Nexus 5? Why would you do that? Oh, and nevermind that his emotions are way to complex for a replicant. Maybe they thought he could emotionally manipulate the Replicants that could tear his head off? Yeah, no, bullshit. Ridley Scott just wanted easy money coming out with his "cuts" instead of making a proper sequel.

  • ReX Slayer
    ReX Slayer 8 months ago

    my 2 favorite people together... mind blown

  • Esoliken
    Esoliken 8 months ago

    I am so mad that Adam saw Blade Runner 2049 before it hit theaters. I saw it four times in IMAX. I am so mad I will not get to have the experience again for another 20 years. In other news, I have seen Blade Runner 2049 about 10 times now and bought it on UHD as soon as it came out.

  • Wills Monsters
    Wills Monsters 8 months ago

    Back To The Future, is deff my must watch

  • JoeDurobot
    JoeDurobot 8 months ago +1

    *I never seen any of those movies but still enjoyed the video ...*

  • beshj
    beshj 8 months ago

    neither of them know anything about movies. maybe adam knows a bit about direction but honestly comes across as a novice. Why are they being asked about this topic?

  • Lucht S
    Lucht S 8 months ago

    Wow someone still uses the word 'dank' correctly? We truly don't deserve NDT.

  • floex831
    floex831 8 months ago

    Thumbs down for claiming Deckard is a replicant.

  • Carlos Saraiva
    Carlos Saraiva 8 months ago

    This is... so awesome!!
    I feel like this two are such cessible people, it's just like two grown up nerds geeking out on a great SF movie, in this case Blade Runner. Its just so happen both are celebreties and one of them is a renouned scientist. But i feel anybody could have a chat with this two just geeking out on cool SF.

  • Sir Plug
    Sir Plug 9 months ago +2

    8 times 2049, at least 50 times BR 82.

  • Danzig Rulze
    Danzig Rulze 9 months ago +1

    I have watched Mad Max: Fury Road, and Mad Max 2, aka: Road Warrior over a hundred times each. Blade Runner I've watched maybe 15-20 times, and after the Matrix came out I watched the first one way too many times...

  • Esme Osgood
    Esme Osgood 9 months ago +1

    I’m a repeat viewer, too!

  • Matt Macken
    Matt Macken 9 months ago +3

    I agree with Adam. Blade Runner 2049 was great.

  • The CG Jeff
    The CG Jeff 9 months ago

    I thought the title said Adam Savage is Niel DeGrass Tyson's son

  • Pul5ar
    Pul5ar 9 months ago

    Neil deGrasse Tyson is a very 'touchy' person isn't he. It makes me slightly uncomfortable.

  • Pul5ar
    Pul5ar 9 months ago +1

    The world wasn't ready for the "cerebrality" of Blade Runner in '82?! If it wasn't ready in '82, it's less ready now.

  • Americalights
    Americalights 9 months ago

    You are both amazing.

  • René Gauthier
    René Gauthier 9 months ago +1

    i really like these two together, a podcast would be epic.

  • John Hopkins
    John Hopkins 9 months ago

    Adam, your cousin's father would be your...wait for it...UNCLE.

  • Rezzo
    Rezzo 9 months ago

    i could watch these two talk forever

  • Michael Anderson
    Michael Anderson 9 months ago

    first I read the book well I listened to the audio book then I saw the movie in the late 90's