Hellboy II

Hellboy II

The Golden Army

DVD - 2008
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When an evil prince wakes up an ancient army of unstoppable creatures, Hellboy and his friends must fight to save humanity.
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, ©2008.
Edition: Special edition, anamorphic widescreen.
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (120 min.) :,sound, color ;,12 cm
digital, video, surround, rda
video file, DVD, rda


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Oct 17, 2017

Just as good as the first.

Feb 28, 2016

Pretty much standard comic-con fare with lots of super silly CGI monsters wreaking havoc on Manhattan while Hellboy doles out the wisecracks and gets henpecked by his human torch girlfriend. However, because writer/director Guillermo del Toro never tries to mask Hellboy’s comic book roots much of the cartoonish action can be forgiven. In fact the film’s steampunk inventiveness and Saturday Morning zeal ultimately wins you over with scenes like a giant pansy bouncing taxi cabs off of the Brooklyn Bridge, a horde of “tooth fairies” crashing a swank auction house, or an underground “Troll Market” whose sheer audacity rivals the famous cantina scene from Star Wars. One of my personal highlights was Seth MacFarlane providing the voice of a persnickety German gas bag—literally, a cloud of sarcastic vapour housed in a clockwork suit of armour. Too bad then that a few gushy romantic spots spoil the momentum with their forced pathos and orchestral stirrings. And of course Hellboy’s increasing disenchantment with mankind’s many foibles coupled with some troubling questions regarding his parentage ensure part three is as good as made.

jdneochi May 19, 2010

Not as good as the first one. One of the major characters from the last film didn't return for this one, and they just skimmed on what happened to him. It's ok and to be expected from a sequel.

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