VIDEO: Dredd (2012)

Sybil judges Dredd! Get it?!

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  • Jonathan Campbell

    From the executive producer of the movie:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMEeVPAsox8

    EDIT- Yeah….I’m going to have to request this series for a review.

    Like, right now.

    Chop, chop.

    • $36060516

      Basically an executive producer is involved with the business end, such as paying for rights to use a property. It’s not necessarily any barometer of quality.

      • Jonathan Campbell

        No, the barometer of quality is me saying THIS WAS AWESOME.

  • W.C. Wit

    I was the only person in the movie theater when I went to see Dredd. It remains the only time that has ever happened to me.

    • Bouncy X

      that happened to me when i saw Seed of Chucky. and the first 10mins or so were screwed up by the projectionist, the image was stretched and you could actually see the mics over the head of actors for 90% of the time during one lil sequence. just when i was about to get up to go complain, it was fixed. so yeah whenever i watch that movie, i always remember the scene where the mics were present and remember being alone. i figured there would be at least a handful….before and since then, there’s always been at least 8 or 9 people including me. lol

  • Thomas Stockel

    I loved this movie at least as much as I hated Stallone’s film. And it’d take me what would feel like ten thousand words to fully express the contempt I have for those film makers, from Stallone himself to the costume designers to the screenwriter to the dir-

    You get the idea.

    I really do wish they would make another Dredd movie. Instead we get Jurassic World. 🙁

    • CaptainCalvinCat

      Thomas, if you ever needed one more proof, that you’re the anti-me, look no further. ^^

      Again, might be, that it has something to do with the fact, that I didn’t read the original comics, but when I watched the stallone-film 2 years ago for the first time – I found it quite decent. It had nice one-liners, it had action, it had creepy-characters, I could’ve lived without (those cannibal-guys).

      The Karl-Urban-Dredd-Movie? Erm… yeah, from what I saw on this review and many more, I can get, where people would like this flick – personally, I have nothing against some violance but THIS?

      A guys frakking CHEEK gets shot off, blood is eruptiong, that guys face is burning – all in slow motion.

      Not my cup of tea.

      • Thomas Stockel

        First you respond to me rather than JD in the Andromeda post, now you respond to me here rather to Sybil directly. It’s like you’re trolling me. I mean, I guess it’s flattering in some creepy way…

        • CaptainCalvinCat

          I’m sorry, but you post stuff, that I cannot let slide.

      • Sean Tadsen

        “I didn’t read the original comics”

        See, there’s your problem. While the Stallone Dredd movie might have been true to the look of the comics (in all its goofy glory), it completely ignored the spirit. The Urban film is the opposite. The comics began as a satire of American action movies of the 1970s, like Dirty Harry, and this movie carries through on that

        Mega City One is not a pleasant place to live – how could it be, when the law enforcement can execute you on the spot? Dredd is kind of a fascist, when you get right down to it, as is the system he’s part of. But since the only other option is complete anarchy, the Judges are the lesser of two evils.

        The Stallone movie was a generic action film, which doesn’t make it bad, but doesn’t make it good, either. And you could remove any references to the Judge Dredd world and it wold have no impact on the film.

        You mentioned that the incredible amounts of gore, shown in slow motion, makes you uncomfortable. I’d argue that that’s the whole point.

        • CaptainCalvinCat

          I wouldn’t call it a problem, I’d call it an advantage – so I can see those two movies standing on their own, just as two entertainment-vehicles, without all the characters backstory and baggage.

          That’s why I’m able to enjoy or condemn flicks like “Judge Dredd” “Catwoman”, “Batman & Robin”, “Die another Day”, “Godzilla 1998” “Pulp Fiction”, “Casino Royale”, “Godzilla 2014”, the new Star Trek movies or “Dredd”.
          To me, some flicks are good, some are bad, not necessarily those – funnily enough those, who portray the character in a correct way, are not necessarily those, I would consider good.

          Take Batman and Robin – people claim, it is a travisty, while I sit in my living room, watch the movie and think “it is not that bad.”
          On the other hand – the movie, which is praised as one of the more “in character”-Batman-Flicks (Batman Begins) was to me a boring yawn-fest.

          Judge Dredd was goofy, had good humour, funny – and quotable – lines, e.g. “I knew he’d say that”, or this completely overacted “the LAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWW!”- yell.
          From what I saw, Dredd would be something, which would make me ask myself “How would one be able to enjoy this?”

          And I know a perfect satire of Dirty Harry – It’s called “Sledge Hammer!”

  • Sardu

    Does Sybil date guys? I’m just curious. Not curious, you know, like that. Well, maybe like that. BTW I may have to give this another try, it really didn’t work for me at all the first time but maybe I wasn’t getting it.

  • fearfanforever

    The crime… is life…
    The sentence… is Death…

  • The_Stig

    Pity there’s not going to be a second film, and especially a third film with the Dark Judges. I so wanted there to be gazing into the fist of Dredd.

  • supercrotchinator

    Is that a dude?