I thought whilst I was on a 90’s theme of films I would keep it going until I see some new films in cinema. So with that in mind here is one film of Stallone’s that I really have a lot of fun watching, not because of it being good but because of its fantastically funny satire and character relationships between its main cast. I have a sneaking suspicion that this film is why Stallone was picked for the Judge Dredd role, not a good choice to make really as they went so similar but tried with the Dredd material and they don’t mix well. Either way by the end of the film you’ll be asking yourself ‘would I eat a rat burger?’
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Oops turns out Hellboy is actually Dark Horse Comics my bad and not marvel so in its place I chosen Blade 2 hope you agree with my choice, funnily enough turns out to be another Guillermo del Toro film so good for him. 5 Worst Marvel Films will be released later today.