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7 a perfect number,lower than 6 i'd have a reveiw saying it's worse in every way than the first,8 or 9 too close an only one thing wrong but no unlike the first the score dosen't help the movie much they got rid of meyers and it didn't have as many bad guys first one the has three the prefect number of bad guys so give 7
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This film was more entertaining than all of the comic book movies combined this year. Del Toro knows how to make the movie experience worth watching. The laughs were endless.As much as I love The Dark Knight - Nolan is the bomb for bringing the real Batman to theaters - I hate it for stomping on Hellboy II the way it did. This was not an intentional move, I know - and Universal should have had more foresight than to release a movie before a blockbuster, but goddammit, this movie could have been viewed by so many more people if had not come out a week before The Dark Knight!!! It was such a fun adventure that a whole family could see - something that the first Hellboy lacked.Sony made the same mistake in 2004 when they produced the first Hellboy. They released Hellboy right around the time that Spider-Man 2 came out. Again, Hellboy's potential for success is hindered by a juggernaut far greater than itself. No one's going to see Hellboy when Batman or Spider-Man fever is so hot. Fortunately, those of us who got to see it can say it was good and show it to our families and all.Great movie, great respect for Del Toro. If you like Pan's Labrynth and Hellboy II, go watch the rest of Del Toro's movies:Blade IIThe Devil's BackboneMimicCronos
Way better than the original, and just way better!
An improvement over the first film. which I didn't like at all. But it's still an exercise in style over substance. Del toro has a vivid imagination, to be sure, but the movie is all creatures and no story.
I loved Pan's Labyrinth the characters were so compelling and intricate. So my daughter and I were both so excited to see the new ones with Hell Boy it was fantastic. The singing beer scene had the entire theater in tears of laughter! We nearly wet our pants. Thought story line drew us in and was so disappointed when it was over almost turned around to see again right after.
This movie was good, but I can't help but feel that the first one was better. The frustrating thing about it is the fact that I can't quite put my finger on why... The characters were terrific, the humor was there, the beer drinking scene was hilarious, great action, and overall a solid film. It just felt like it was missing something... Oh well, I'll still get it when it comes out on Blue-Ray and will watch it as soon as I get home.
The first Hellboy had a very dark feel to it with many slowed down scenes, but in this sequel (Hellboy II: The Golden Army) the real del Toro style gets explored while incorperating more action scenes than the first. By far, it was an entertaining film that slowed down occasionally but recovered with thrilling action sequences.
This is a truly great film, Guillermo del Toro does an awesome job by using his vision, lots of great action and lots of comedy. Awesome film
I saw this movie last night at midnight, and I really liked it. The first Hellboy was very good, and the second was even better. The creatures were excellent, and the comedy was timed perfectly. It had a lot of great action too. One of my complaints would be the look of Hellboy as a kid in the beginning, but that's easy to be able to get past. The love story between Abe and the Princess really didn't go anywhere, but it served it purpose in the plot. Overall, it was a great film.
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