I think the first time I watched Blade Runner was when I was in my early 20s because a bud of mine wanted to start a game of Shadowrun and invited me to play. He told me to check out the movie because it would give me a good visual idea of what the Shadowrun world was kind of like. I got the Director's Cut cause everyone told me the Director's Cut was better, remembered that the scenes jumped around a lot, and the ending felt kind of strange because the victory over the final android didn't really seem like a victory (if I remember right, the guy was gonna die anyway). We never got to play Shadowrun.
The other two times I saw it, were both around the time I got the Blu-Ray. I saw it, and was surprised that the scene jumping was even more abrupt than I remember, but decided to watch it again a few weeks later and the scene jumping was less shocking because I kind of expected it at that point. When I talk about movies and TV a lot (and chances are if you look back at my mentioning of Star Wars TFA, Princess Monoke, Samurai Jack, Fistful of Dollars, etc.) you'll see that I bring up pacing a lot. I don't know why, but for me, that's one of the things I care most about when I watch stuff.
Anyhow. Blade Runner sure is pretty. They did a hell of a job on it. I think though, I like Alien much better, if only because it seems less flawed and just as pretty. That said, I only like Alien. I really don't like any of the sequels because they just don't seem to be as good.
Edit: Lord, Mercy. I just re-read that and I sound like a five year old. Working a full day after only sleeping for a couple of hours and then trying to type out complete thoughts just don't work. I feel the need to apologize.