2) The female lead performances (Luv, Joi) are incredible.
3) In fact, I found myself wanting to go deeper into the relationship between K and Joi. That really felt like the center of the film to me.
4) The virtual threesome was rad, and it felt like one of the few times these days that CGI is done right, to produce a unique and interesting effect, not just to vomit pixels all over the screen.
5) Harrison Ford was O.K., but a script that didn't use him might have been even better. He didn't really need to be in this other than for fan service purposes.
6) At this stage of advanced late capitalism I have very mixed feelings about Jared Leto, but he was a commanding presence. At the same time, he felt under-used. Why no backstory?
7) I liked the ending but no, K didn't die. He's just taking a nap and catching snow flakes on his tongue.
8) The biggest problem of the whole film is the relationship between Wallace and the cops. Like, Luv just straight-up murders the forensic team dude to steal Rachel's DNA and nobody seems to care much about it. Then she murders the goddamn police chief and it all seems like no big deal to anybody. I get that Philip K. Dick (and William Gibson after him) is all about how corporations have complete power in the future, even above governments and nation-states, but this seemed really under-cooked and confusing to me.
9) K kills off Luv and the Wallace stooges and Wallace doesn't respond? Doesn't do anything to retaliate, even though he's super-powerful rich scientist man? He's all-rich and all-powerful except when he isn't?
10) The final fight scene is kind of cool except when the camera cuts to Ford and he literally has no idea what to do with his body or hands since he's tied to a chair. Really kills the tension. (Have I mentioned he really didn't need to be in this film?)
11) Also problematically under-cooked -- the whole replicant underground resistance plot. It seems like they should have been done more than provide a hooker for the threesome and to tell K he's not really the chosen one.