Judge Dredd Reviews

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February 8, 2004
January 29, 2004
December 3, 2003
August 13, 2003
July 31, 2003
If there was ever a film that made you want to pretend you were Ray Milland in the last reel of 'X', this was it.
May 20, 2003
Although it is full of noise and fake firepower, Dredd simply lies there on the screen until the final scenes.
May 11, 2003
December 30, 2002
November 7, 2002
A fairly loud, pointless exercise in future-cop heroics, with Sylvester Stallone as a one-man cop, jury and judge who gets set up in order to .. oh, like you can't figure it out.
June 18, 2002
Usually engaging and sympathetic, Stallone is blank and tongue-tied here, an immovable slab in the midst of 95 minutes of gunfire, explosions and Gothic excess.
June 5, 2002
Astronomically budgeted but minusculely plotted.
October 18, 2001
Mostly forgettable.
June 10, 2001
In the future, the world sucks.
February 13, 2001
The director doesn't provide much kinetic movie-making pleasure but he knows enough to jam the screen with clamor. It's not excitement, exactly. It's simulated excitement.
January 1, 2000
Stallone survives it, but his supporting cast, also including an uninvolved Joan Chen and a tremendously intense Jurgen Prochnow, isn't well used.
January 1, 2000
Dreadful.
January 1, 2000
Sometimes, it's rather amusing, but it's impossible to decide whether this is accidental or on purpose.
January 1, 2000
There's a few things done right, but they are outweighed by many misfires.
January 1, 2000
This is just another video game without the interaction, a movie that seems to have no purpose other than simple-minded thrills and spills.
January 1, 2000
Aside from the affable Schneider and the able Lane, the cast seems to be in deep shock. Um, make that Dredd lock.
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