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Demolition Man Reviews

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June 20, 2017
Na maioria das vezes os filmes de ação não conseguem justificar suas cenas de lutas corporais, tiros e explosões, desta vez o trio Daniel Waters, Robert Reneau e Peter M. Lenkov elevaram e muito o nível de argumentação básica para se aceitar os exageros naturais que acompanham Stallone, com essa mistura de ação, ficção e comedia Demolition Man entra no Hall de filmes inesquecíveis.
June 2, 2017
brilliant comic action take on a fake perfect future
May 16, 2017
Ok film. Wesley steals the show.
May 6, 2017
Everything explodes, the end
½ May 6, 2017
A very foolish movie, poor script, but a decent cast, plot and action. Thumbs up :-)
½ April 30, 2017
With the emphasis on action and a very tongue in cheek imaginative vision of the future, this movie is a great ride. Just dont spend too much time thinking about the 3 sea shells, that riddle was surely never meant to be solved.
April 9, 2017
This movie is a guilt pleasure with sandra bullock.
April 6, 2017
A wannaba-clever, campy, cheesy, B movie with Stallone. Perfect, complete with futuristic sci-fi and action. Sure it wasn't good but it was entertaining. 8/10 for fun, 4/10 for quality.
½ March 26, 2017
loves simon phoenix.. great old school.. real threat villan.. stallone was always the one to call on in early 90's for a hit... nice storyline. nice props... good movie.. can watch more than once..
March 25, 2017
putting asides the plot holes (clear one: the entire planet was ruled by DR.cocteau or it was just this futuristic city?) its a fun action movie.
March 25, 2017
B movie. Really terrible B movie. Sandra is funny, but she doesn't save it from the truly awfulness that it is.
½ March 13, 2017
A slightly above average funny sci-fi actioner that pays small homage to the classic Aldous Huxley novel, A Brave New World. It never takes itself too seriously but earnest performances by Stallone and Bulluock coupled with a wonderfully over the top Snipes that pushes it from slightly above average to early 90s action classic. One of Stallone's best of the decade. A great double feature with Cliffhanger, Stallone's best of the 90s.
March 6, 2017
Far better and more clever than its initial reception.
February 16, 2017
Not too surprisingly, the film's futuristic aspects are mostly just awkward and hit their target - presumably laughter - only partially. On the other hand, "Demolition Man" occasionally appears to be a meta, self-sarcastic treat, with references to Jackie Chan and Arnold and the uproariously funny "I'm a seamstress" 'subplot'. Of course, it all comes down to the action, which features enough demolitions to water your eyes. Also on the plus side, Snipes and Leary are visibly having a blast.
January 31, 2017
It's good movie to watch
January 20, 2017
This movie is far better now than it was back in 1993. The film's future of 2032 is more focused on the greater good for the group, not unlike our modern world. Compare it to the 90's when things were more about the individual. People didn't care what happened to other people. But now, more than ever, people care more about what happens to others. The thing about this movie is that, aside from Phoenix, there is no real antagonist or villain. The citizens of San Angeles and the underground rebels have good and bad people, and neither side is 100% right or wrong. Both sides have heroes and villains. This is a very smart movie disguised as a dumb dick flick, and it is a rockin' good time.
December 21, 2016
Good and bad. Bad acting. Plot that makes no sense but OH so fun...
November 30, 2016
While not a 5-Star masterpiece, the film is a fun, thought provoking and action filled adventure with great performances by Nigel Hawthorne, Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock. The film is somewhat flawed, but has no major flaws that jump to mind, the message is put forward in a not too subtle or heavy handed way. In the end demolition man is a good fun film with a plot that aged better than any other.
September 20, 2016
one of Stallone's best! Wesley Snipes is great as Simon and Sandra is hilarious in one of her earlier roles. not a perfect movie but so much fun and still holds up today.
September 10, 2016
Silly, goofy, ultra-violent, over-the-top fun. The future "utopia" is one of the most terrifying things I've seen: It's an ultra-sanitized utopia where everyone is super happy, physical touch is a thing of the past (which leads to goofy handshakes and sex being outlawed), violence is almost nonexistent, swearing is outlawed (you can get fined just for saying Hell), and the most popular songs are old commercial jingles. You can imagine what happens when a completely insane psychotic criminal from the past is de-thawed and escapes into the future world. The cops of the future are not equipped to properly deal with such violence, so they thaw out the criminal's past captor, a supercop who was known for destroying everything in sight while on the job (hence his nickname "Demolition Man"). Sandra Bullock is pretty awful, Rob Schneider makes a brief cameo appearance, and Glenn Shadix (the colorful psychic from Beetlejuice) plays a supporting role. Directed by a man who would only direct one other film, and written by a team of writers, the film is kind of surprisingly brilliant (and a bit painful at times, but that's kind of the point). Demolition Man is a film that is trying to be as goofy and cheesy as possible (At least, I'm pretty sure it is) and it seems to want to bring the audience in on the joke. It's certainly not a great film, but it makes for a super entertaining watch.
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