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on 6 November 2013
Received in Excellent order and a very good film indeed Sylvester plays a blinder along with the other members of the cast well worth watching to brighten up the day
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on 24 February 2016
This film has lasted well, partly owning to the brilliant music, but it's a well-rendered future world, well acted! and nice touches of self-mocking humour
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on 8 December 2015
As I'm a long time 2000AD fan, and more so the Judge I felt I should own a copy. It's more a loyality shout, as I far much prefer the newer one.
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on 20 February 2015
great price and pretty quick delivery and just for info my copy does play on British blu ray player
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on 6 August 2010
First let's get those well-publicised problems out of the way: yes, this has a few big flaws that slightly dent the movie (but it's still great fun). Stallone can't pull off: "I am the law!" without making it seem daft. His Dredd also ends up rather humanised - but let's face it, even The Terminator got humanised - it's hard to make a film sympathetic if the tough guy hero never removes his helmet or smiles. And in his bad guy duties, Armand Assante is so over the top you wonder if he's going to come down the other side. But now onto the good - and there's a fair amount of it. Stallone plays Dredd well, with determination and a big muscly physical presence. There's some amusing light comedy from Rob Schneider, and Diane Lane is engaging as Dredd's main helper. The film looks stunning - director Danny Cannon knows how to make his locations look picturesque and everything is lit with gorgeous effects. The Dredd costume, bike and Lawgiver all look very cool. The plot, apparently derived from a famous favourite stretch of the comic book series, is dramatic and fun, giving huge scope to encounter some great characters, a massive and intimidating ABC Warrior robot being a highlight for me as it's so well realised in the film. It's explosive, at times unexpectedly gruesome, and has some great stunts and an exciting climax. If you can overlook it's minor flaws, which is worth doing, this is great fun.
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on 8 December 2013
Decent movie very entertaining good cast plenty of over the top action don't think too much about the plot just enjoy the action
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on 7 March 2013
Ordered this film as I wanted to compare the original to the recently released Dredd film. Not bad, gotta better as went on
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on 13 September 2014
Film is all in French with no audio options to change language! Useless!!!
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on 11 September 2014
Apart form taking off his helmet and Schneider as the sidekick I thought it was great. Fairly true to the comic.
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on 30 April 2013
The film being the first outing for the Dredd franchise was visualy exciting, although the story line flagged, because of the need of Hollywood film to include romance, when not needed. Some nice touches including the ABC warrior, and cursed earth pirates, but a bit more grit and less slick would have elevated this film from watchable to unmissable as the new Dredd film is.
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