Hellboy II: The Golden Army User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.49

Current Rating: 4.49

based on 4651 votes and 109 reviews

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  • 4 stars i thought it was a great movie...funny, action, sad in some parts. Hopefully they make a part 3
  • 4 stars I haven't seen the first Hellboy installment, so am unable to compare. But, that won't stop me from saying how much I enjoyed No. 2. Our hero, portrayed by Ron Perlman, rankles against authority, as he gets the job done with much unwanted publicity. He's just a guy with extraordinary strength and powers who's only trying to make a name for himself. "You're in the newspaper, again!" cringes his boss. I was smitten with the visually rich sensibility, the dense (if largely subterranean) landscape and the unending array of gadgets. I particularly enjoyed watching as the intelligent, ecoplasmic fog inhabited a wall of lockers and took a few shots at "Red" as payback for smashing his boss in the h
  • i dont see how anyone would find this movie good, it is really boring and pretty much the same stuff in every other monster movies.
  • garbage!!
  • Loved this movie!!!It had humor and action. Luke totally rocked as the Elf Prince Nuada and it shows the range of emotions he can play. Most under appreciated actor in Hollywood. www.lukegossforum.com
  • This movie is not better than Batman: The Dark Knight! The ratings are not accurate at all! Beside this movie suked so bad, it is really a 2 star movie!
  • Really! Seriously! 4 stars hahaha go watch some more WWE
  • About 3.5 but I still enjojyed it I mean it was worth the 30 bucks.
  • GRREEEEAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Excellent movie

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  110 min.
Release date:  July 11, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  November 11, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 4.49
based on 4651 votes and 109 reviews
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Cast: Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, Doug Jones, Jeffrey Tambor, John Hurt, Luke Goss, Anna Walton