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Hell Yes! 0

This is one of my all time favorites. Having Guillermo Del Toro direct this was pure genius. The comedy is done just right and so is the action. Everything about this film is wonderful. The comics were amazing and the film doesn't hold to much of a resemblance or isn't too distant from it either. The film blew me away and I don't hear many bad things about it. The casting of Ron Perlman is perfect, even though Guillermo probably would've casted him anyway. It is just an awesome film....

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Nearly puts me to sleep here and there. 0

Taking place in 1944, a Nazi unit lead by a Russian mystic named Rasputin (Karel Roden) is attempting to use science to open up a portal, with intentions on releasing a mad god to supposedly defeat the Allies. An Allied unit aided by Professor Broom thwarts the plan and Rasputin is apparently killed in the void. Unknown to everyone at the moment, a baby demon enters the Earth-realm and is soon adopted by Broom. The demon child is named Hellboy (Ron Perlman) and 60 years later, he soon becomes a ...

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