Judge Dredd

1995

Action / Crime / Sci-Fi / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 5.5 10 102,054

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Diane Lane as Ellen Morris
James Earl Jones as Judge Issacs
Rob Schneider as Dodger
Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo
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649.83 MB
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23.976 fps
96 min
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96 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by richieandsam 7 / 10 / 10

I liked it..

JUDGE DREDD Now the thing about this movie is everyone hates it… except me. The movie is about a law enforcer set in the future that gets falsely accused of murder and is sentenced to life imprisonment. He escapes and is on a mission to try and find the person who set him up. Anyone that has read the comics hated this film due to the fact that is apparently so different to the comics. From what I have been told, Dredd never takes off his helmet and reveals his face. Not in this film. His helmet is taken off within 15 minutes of the movies start. I never read the comic so I don't know any other differences, but that is probably why I enjoyed it. This film has a very 90s feel to it. It reminds me in a way to Demolition Man. They are both set in the future and are both really good action movies, although Demolition Man is better. I do love the action films from the 90s. They have a good over the top feel to them. The acting is alright in it considering it is a cheesy action movie. The movie stars Sylvester Stallone as Dredd. He looks uncomfortable in this role some of the time, but then Stallone does not suit some roles. A young Diane Lane plays his partner. She does a pretty good job. I was very surprised to see a cameo from one of my favourite singers… the legendary Ian Dury. He only had a very small part, but he was really good. The effects and explosions were really good and well done. But that is what was expected from the action films of that era. The gun fights were completely over the top too… in a good way. I also loved the giant robot in the film. It was one of my favourite characters. If you like cheese, Sly Stallone, futuristic films and never read the Dredd comics… then I can't see why you would hate this. I will give it 7 out of 10. "I am the law!" For more reviews, please like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ordinary-Person-Movie- Reviews/456572047728204?ref=hl

Reviewed by bheadher 6 / 10 / 10

Unbelievably fun to watch...

I know alot of people just don't like Sly, and I understand that purist comicbook fans just won't like the screen version of Dredd...but darn !!! Judge Dredd was intended as a visual fantasy, really weird and out there in the ozone movie, and it delivers that feel in spades...sure, the dialog is bizarre, but that simply makes this fun. Sure, the backdrop is bizarre, and that is exactly the way it is supposed to be, It is fun, plain and simple... Darn it people, it is a slapstick couple hours of fun entertainment, that doesn't conform to any preconceived notions of how a popcorn style, shoot 'em up movie should be...so just sit back and enjoy the fun...

Reviewed by cinemajesty 6 / 10 / 10

The Graphic Novel Epic Which Was Not

Movie Review: "Judge Dredd" (1995) One of the early real solid graphic novel adaptation with a fulminate cast throughout, starting with actor Sylvester Stallone, embracing his trademarks to comic extensions, creating the title-given character bold and righteous with occasional flight of humour, stroke by his supporting characters Hershey and Fergie, portrayed by Diane Lane and stand-up comedian Rob Schneider respectively, already given recent Marvel comic adaptations the formula of international box office successes without reaching this picture's balance between the dark of suggested-hardcore violence with R-rated visuals and the light of a extroverted costume design for the judges by Jean-Paul Gaultier executed for further set operations by costume designer Emma Porteous, which makes a brilliant figure in enriching texture and character subconsciously in addition to Adrian Biddle's cinematography and Nigel Phelps' production design. That this 70 Million Dollar production directed by a 26-year-old Danny Cannon, who works nowadays in U.S. television for as show-running director for episodes of "Gotham", still hails its relevance 22 years after a disappointing summer release on June 30th 1995 at the box office, and further never quite received the cult status which it might deserve, has been due to some MPAA regulations that certain scene, especially the fight scene between Dredd's nemesis brother Rico, mesmerizing portrayed by actor Armand Assante, had to be cut as rumor has it because of some inconceivable shots of half-breed clones charging for attack in a secret Mega City laboratory. In that sense the 90 minutes cut by under pressure appearing editor Harry Keramidas and substituted by Alex Mackie feels to this very day incomplete with the internal desire to be improved to make "Judge Dredd" an epic as it deserves to be due to a fallen, governmental-judged, desert-abandoned and risen-again storyline of the leading character's arc, Judge Dredd himself. © 2017 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)

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