Ryan Gosling stars as K in “Blade Runner 2049.” (Special Photo: Warner Bros.) Hey, if you hadn’t already heard about it, a sequel to the 1982 movie “Blade Runner” is being released this week. It stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright and some other people most folks won’t recognize by name. It’s a sci-fi flick about the hunting down and “retirement” of replicants — computers that look and behave like humans. It’s very good — you should go see it now. Have a nice day. The above isn’t exactly what the partnering studios and director Denis Villeneuve had in mind for a review of “Blade Runner 2049” but it’s not all that far off either. In an unprecedented move, the reviewing press at the daytime preview screening was read a laundry list of “suggestions” (actually instructions) likely compiled by Villeneuve of what they shouldn’t reveal in their reviews. It included character traits, the fate of other characters from the 1982 movie and most importantly, plot-twists. This is understandable to a point. If you are a regular reader of my reviews you know I go far out of my way to avoid revealing spoilers, as do most other credible […]