A folklore professor becomes unwittingly possessed by the ancient Japanese demons of Thunder and Lightning. But when The Bureau of Paranormal Research & Defense dispatches a team of agents to investigate, a cursed samurai sword sends Hellboy to a supernatural dimension of ghosts, monsters, and feudal mayhem. Now while pyrokinetic Liz Sherman and fishboy Abe Sapien battle one very pissed-off dragon, a lost and cranky Hellboy must find his way home.
Christi S (jp) wrote: Incredibly well written. And you won't expect any of the things that unfold.
Roy S (jp) wrote: GREAT MOVIE,FEATURING AJITH KUMAR . IT DEPICTS HOW BILLA-THE DREADED GANGSTER ATTAINS THE POSITION . AJITH HAS CARRIED THE FILM ON HIS SHOULDERS . EVERY SCENE HAS ITS STYLE AND THRILL.THE STORYLINE IS NOT MUCH . THE CINEMATOGRAPHY WAS GREAT WITH THE RED EPIC CAMERA . AT ALL IT WAS A PERFECT PREQUEL.
Bill B (de) wrote: I really dug this flick. I enjoy the frenetic editing and stylized shooting style employed by Neveldine/Taylor, and I was rather amused by the over stimulated future world they portrayed here if only because we feel like we're well on our way there already. Plus it's funny to see Michael C. Hall doing the corn-pone campy shit, mugging for the camera and obviously having a helluva lot of fun in his role.This is a fun film, and if you liked Crank, you'll really enjoy this.Give this one a rental at the very least.
Sylvain F (es) wrote: Had some funny bits and clever moments but overall, forgettable.
Terri H (it) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Vadim D (au) wrote: Well told story and realistic script make this a pleasure to watch. Topher Grace and Dennis Quiad perfectly embody their roles. This is a quieter dramedy, but very fulfilling.
irene c (ag) wrote: very slow comedy about a guy who's ex-girlfriend ends up marrying his best friend. the actors and storyline is ok. this is a take it or leave it. if anything wait until a friend rents it the then see it so you dont waste your money on the rental.
Terri H (ag) wrote: No thanks - Not interested
Moya W (fr) wrote: I guess this movie is just like any feel-good movie, you forget what happened after you have watched it. Which is the main reason to why you would want to see it again. It was okay, but it's pretty much already forgotten. Dakota Fanning is the reason why you should see the movie. Because it didn't really feel like the movie was about anything. I would have hoped for a bigger transition in Brittany Murphy's character, she's supposed to be this grown up who learns how to grow up but it never really felt like she learned the lesson.
James R (de) wrote: Only worth one viewing.
Steph S (de) wrote: Such a cute film. I did cry a bit when the old clown man was being mean to buddy but it was so sweet when the boy got to keep him in the end. It was really sweet and pretty cool to see a dog play basketball.
Johnny S (mx) wrote: 3 buddy matt, jack, and leroy(jan-michael vincent, william katt, and gary busey)who surfer and the life from 1960's to 1970's. wow robert englund(who play freddy krueger in "a nightmare on elm street" series)early role.
Carl O (fr) wrote: Was surprized to find this actually wasn't too bad. It's at least mildly amusing, and in fact to some extent I actually liked it more than Love Happy, which was certainly the worst Marx Bros film IMHO.
Keiko N (ag) wrote: None of the production drama shows in the final picture. Hutton and Keel are great together. Doris Day's transition into a lady in Calamity Jane definitely trumps Hutton's Annie, but a fun movie nonetheless.