There are directors like George Lucas who like to continue to toy with films that were pretty good to begin with. And then there are directors like Ridley Scott, who has spent decades trying to fix a movie butchered by the moneymen. In 1982, Blade Runner was nearly ruined when execs gave the film a noiresque voice-over (to provide explanation for audiences they assumed would be too confused to enjoy the film otherwise) and a happy ending that seemed to come out of nowhere. In 1992, Scott released a director’s cut, which nixed the voice-over and replaced the sunny ending with one that entirely changed the main character’s story arc (if you haven’t seen the film, all we’re going to say is the word unicorn). He followed that in 2007 with Blade Runner: The Final Cut, which is supposedly the absolute last version. We’re just going to have to take Scott’s word on that.