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Hellboy
5.1/10 by 1164 users
Original Title: Hellboy
Release: 2019-04-10
Runtime: 121 min.
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Country: Bulgaria, United Kingdom, United States of America
Subtitle: Deutsch, English, Türkçe, Pусский, Español
Plot: Hellboy comes to England, where he must defeat Nimue, Merlin's consort and the Blood Queen. But their battle will bring about the end of the world, a fate he desperately tries to turn away.
Hellboy

Characters : Hellboy

Actor : David Harbour

Nimue / The Blood Queen

Characters : Nimue / The Blood Queen

Actor : Milla Jovovich

Professor Broom

Characters : Professor Broom

Actor : Ian McShane

Alice Monaghan

Characters : Alice Monaghan

Actor : Sasha Lane

Gruagach (voice)

Characters : Gruagach (voice)

Actor : Stephen Graham

Major Ben Daimio

Characters : Major Ben Daimio

Actor : Daniel Dae Kim

Lady Hatton

Characters : Lady Hatton

Actor : Sophie Okonedo

Lord Adam Glaren

Characters : Lord Adam Glaren

Actor : Alistair Petrie

Merlin

Characters : Merlin

Actor : Brian Gleeson

Ganeida

Characters : Ganeida

Actor : Penelope Mitchell

Arthur

Characters : Arthur

Actor : Mark Stanley

Lobster Johnson

Characters : Lobster Johnson

Actor : Thomas Haden Church

Sister #1

Characters : Sister #1

Actor : Nadya Keranova

Sister #2

Characters : Sister #2

Actor : Maria Tepavicharova

Sister #3

Characters : Sister #3

Actor : Ana Tabakova

Priest

Characters : Priest

Actor : Terry Randal

Esteban Ruiz / Camazotz

Characters : Esteban Ruiz / Camazotz

Actor : Mario de la Rosa

Referee

Characters : Referee

Actor : Christopher Mata

Agent Madison

Characters : Agent Madison

Actor : Atanas Srebrev

Agent Strode

Characters : Agent Strode

Actor : Dawn Sherrer

Butler

Characters : Butler

Actor : Michael Heath

Dr. Edwin Carp

Characters : Dr. Edwin Carp

Actor : Rick Warden

August Swain

Characters : August Swain

Actor : Nitin Ganatra

Grigori Rasputin

Characters : Grigori Rasputin

Actor : Markos Rounthwaite

Professor Doctor Karl Ruprecht Kroenen

Characters : Professor Doctor Karl Ruprecht Kroenen

Actor : Ilko Iliev

Von Krupt

Characters : Von Krupt

Actor : Joel Harlow

Leopold Kurtz

Characters : Leopold Kurtz

Actor : Dimiter Banenkin

Ilsa Hepstein

Characters : Ilsa Hepstein

Actor : Vanessa Eichholz

Leni Riefenstahl

Characters : Leni Riefenstahl

Actor : Kristina Klebe

Sgt. Whitman

Characters : Sgt. Whitman

Actor : Charles Shannon

Sir Malcom Frost

Characters : Sir Malcom Frost

Actor : Carl Hampe

Abbot

Characters : Abbot

Actor : Tony van Silva

Novice

Characters : Novice

Actor : Josh Finan

Huntsman

Characters : Huntsman

Actor : Jonathan Steele

M-11 Operative

Characters : M-11 Operative

Actor : Simon Feek

Alice's Mother

Characters : Alice's Mother

Actor : Ava Brennan

Alice's Father

Characters : Alice's Father

Actor : Anthony Delaney

Baby Alice

Characters : Baby Alice

Actor : Jasmine Audoux-Prevot

Leprous Hag #1

Characters : Leprous Hag #1

Actor : Meglena Karalambova

Leprous Hag #2

Characters : Leprous Hag #2

Actor : Anna Bankina

Leprous Hag #3

Characters : Leprous Hag #3

Actor : Rut Rafailova

Mrs. Harker

Characters : Mrs. Harker

Actor : Laila Morse

Gunsmith

Characters : Gunsmith

Actor : Peter Oxley

Monk

Characters : Monk

Actor : Nikolay Stanoev

Baba Yaga

Characters : Baba Yaga

Actor : Troy James

Baba Yaga (voice)

Characters : Baba Yaga (voice)

Actor : Emma Tate

Mother

Characters : Mother

Actor : Manal El-Feitury

Child in Parking Lot #1

Characters : Child in Parking Lot #1

Actor : Elizabeth Mehari Kahsai

Child in Parking Lot #2

Characters : Child in Parking Lot #2

Actor : Said Barry Abdulai

Sarah Bethany Hughes

Characters : Sarah Bethany Hughes

Actor : Katya Peneva

Anchorwoman

Characters : Anchorwoman

Actor : Natasha Kaplinsky

Man #1

Characters : Man #1

Actor : Valentin Stojanov

Man #2

Characters : Man #2

Actor : Victor Rangelov

Man #3

Characters : Man #3

Actor : Vasil Tsvetkov

Man #4

Characters : Man #4

Actor : Joshua Samuel Hector

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msbreviews

A Review by msbreviews

by msbreviews

"If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) Guillermo del Toro's pair of Hellboy movies were always pretty acclaimed by both critics and audience. So, if a reboot was in the works, it had to be way different from the originals or, at least, capable of separating itself from them. Neil Marshall's film is definitely distinct, but not in a good way. Sadly, this is one of the worst movies of the year, so far. David Harbour tries super hard to bring this story to safe haven, but his outstanding performance can't fight back all of the painfully long and repetitive exposition dumps, an editing worthy of a Razzie Award (if they had such a category), and cringe-worthy comedy bits. The trio of writers failed in almost everything. Even Hellboy, as a character, becomes a caricature of himself at one point. Milla Jovovich, who is not a bad actress at all, offers such an over-the-top display that only comes off as cliche, cheesy, and the complete opposite of menacing. Obviously, her extremely villainous script doesn't help. Sasha Lane (Alice) is the only one who actually portrays a likable character (excluding the protagonist) and delivers a compelling performance. Daniel Dae Kim is also good as Ben Daimio. Unfortunately, a talented cast is not enough to overcome the undeniable screenplay issues, which tells a convoluted story, filled with heavy exposition through annoying flashbacks (I lost count of how many there are). The rock'n'roll score doesn't always work, becoming uneven and making some transitions just weird. However, credit where credit is due, it does make the action sequences a lot cooler. There are some great action moments where Hellboy shines, but overall they are ruined by sloppy editing. Honestly, I don't know how Marshall can direct such beautiful one-take fights (or "stitched one-take" sequences, like one towards the end) and horribly edited ones in the same film, so many times. The visual effects disappoint as much as they impress, but Hellboy's makeup and costume are, at least, on-point. In the end, the story and the characters are the two pillars of any movie, and Hellboy fails to deliver a well-written and captivating adventure, as well as compelling characters. All in all, Hellboy is a huge misstep in Neil Marshall's filmmaking career and he's going to have to work hard to get another opportunity at a blockbuster. His film is already suffering losses at the box-office, which proves that the interest in the reboot of this franchise is not big enough to warrant a sequel. Admittedly, it has its good moments and David Harbour embodies his character seamlessly, carrying the movie for as long as he can. Nevertheless, a good cast and some occasionally cool action sequences are not enough to fight back writing issues, uneven soundtrack, cheesy comedy, heavy exposition dumps, and the worst editing I've witnessed this year, so far. It's a headache that most people might not find worthy of the price of admission... Rating: C-"

Per Gunnar Jonsson

A Review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

by Per Gunnar Jonsson

"Despite the less than stellar ratings this movie has received I have to say that I quite liked it actually. It is a much more violent, gory and adult movie than the previous Hellboy movies and this is probably contributing a lot to my appreciation of it. I so dislike when they dumb down a story or character just because the bean counters think they can get more kids to watch it and thus make more money. Or worse, because they want to cater to the easily offended whiners. This movie starts off already in the first scene where the language make it clear the easily offended should have stayed home. It continues in the same manner. It is indeed a quite violent movie with a lot of gory effects. At least for a movie based on a “regular” US comics book character. When the big demons are released towards the end of the movie and the human casualties mount the movie becomes quite inventive in the various gory ways a human can be killed. Then we have the scene with the “birth” of Hellboy which is, luckily, fairly true to the original story and shows not only Nazis but doesn’t resort to any SJW dumbassery and tries to obfuscate parts of the Nazi uniforms. Instead the swastika is displayed as it should be. That should be enough to get most SJW whiners to shit themselves. Needless to say there is not much politically correct preaching in the movie either which is a relief. The story is fairly okay. Nothing really to write home about but not really bad either. The action is, obviously, quite good. Hellboy himself is played fairly well by David Harbour and Ian McShane is not bad at all as Professor Broom. Milla Jovovich never really shined as The Blood Queen though. There are a few things that where not stellar as well though. That warthog looking changeling which played a central part of the movie was often just ridiculous and the outburst by Hellboy and rant about why humans and demons could live in piece or something was completely unnecessary. Also, I felt that Hellboy was on the receiving end of the clobbering a bit too much. It was really not until the six-month-after scenes at the very end that he really displayed the self confident ass-kicking character that I would like to see him as. Anyway, I quite liked the movie and it’s a shame that it didn’t get better ratings. That Rotten SJW tomatoes gave it shit ratings was expected of course although even with their new censored user rating system they didn’t manage to get their “audience” to get in line with their “critics”. 17% critics rating while over 50% of the audience gave it a rating of six or more. Big fail again RT. The after scenes made it quite clear that they hoped for a sequel but with the poor performance I do not think that will happen. A shame if you ask me."

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"I don't really get the intense vitriol directed at the 2019 _Hellboy_. I mean it's not especially good, it's certainly worse than both del Toro movies, but the absolute dogpiling it got doesn't seem 100% warranted to me. There does seem to be a lot of mismatches in the developmental process that are very apparent in the final product though. _Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._"

JPV852

A Review by JPV852

by JPV852

"I may not be a big fan of Guillermo Del Toro (talented filmmaker but I don't stand at attention with his every project), yet his visual flair was on display with 2004's Hellboy, something that was sorely lacking in this reboot. Also lacking was Ron Perlman's stellar charm, something David Harbour, fine actor and all, didn't possess underneath the comic-accurate make-up and prosthetics. But beyond all that, this was an ugly movie with no creativity and, quite frankly, outright dull at times even during the action scenes. It was only two hours but felt so much longer, happy to see it flopped at the box office."