My thesis is that these films have differences in semantics, mostly in the physical look and attitudes of the people and the physical aspects of the settings, but locations, archetypes, and actors express what it means to be truly human or inhuman, while syntax emphasizes the interconnection between capitalism, materialism, and dehumanization, where some people/non-people manage to re-assert the core of humanity.
These stories have a different look because Blade Runner has darkness in it, while Bicentennial Man combines comedy and drama. The main protagonists provide the mood of the film. Robin Williams injects humor into an otherwise complex and seemingly impossible condition, while Harrison Ford is a detached, but committed blade runner. Despite these differences, these films share the stories of hope and love. The vision of the future of Ridley Scott is dark and materialistic, while for Chris Columbus, it is also capitalistic and materialistic, but full of hope. Furthermore, Blade Runner and Bicentennial Man have the themes of humanity, capitalism, and materialism. Social isolation is more prevalent in Blade Runner. In the end, human love and determination are human strengths that differentiate human beings from animals and that humanness is not exclusive to people, but can develop among non-humans who want to be entirely human beings in