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Movie Reviews By Bil Antoniou

Demolition Man


(out of 5)

Great action and a healthy sense of imagination highlight this somewhat silly action film. When a psychotic killer () from the twentieth century is thawed out of cryogenic prison for his parole some decades into the future, he is unleashed upon a society where violence seems to have vanished and a peaceful attitude reigns supreme. It isn’t until the cops realize that Snipes failed his intense rehabilitation programming (apparently he didn’t take to knitting) that a police officer () who previously dealt with the killer is thawed out from his cell, having been put in there for a crime he didn’t commit. Now, of course, the fish out of water jokes begin as Stallone is introduced to a new partner () and forced to chase after this evil madman in a totally alien country from the one he once knew. Excellent production design, some wry jokes (all the restaurants of the future are now Taco Bell) and interesting characters make this movie a major cut above similar fare like Timecop and The One.

Warner Bros., Silver Pictures

USA, 1993

Directed by

Story by , , Screenplay by , Robert Reneau, Peter M. Lenkov

Cinematography by

Produced by ,

Music by

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Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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