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Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action and violence, and some language.

PG-13 In Theaters 07/11/2008 , 110min.
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July 26, 2011
i loved this movie. the first time i saw it i was like wow and i wished that i could be in the movie. i love hellboy, liz,abe, princesse nuola, and of coure prince nuada. i cant wait untill they make a therd movie :)
September 29, 2009
I love this movie. To me it is better then the first Hell Boy. I liked the villan to. The fight between that guy and Hellboy was a really well made fight. I bet there going to make a third one this time with Hellboy's childern. They will drive him insane. I give it 5 out of 5.
January 27, 2009
Awesome movie! It skillfully weaves in myths from different cultures. The acting is good. Prince Nuada's rage at mankind and sympathy for Hellboy is believable and he makes a very convincing bad guy. I was disappointed that a different actress was chosen for Liz than in the first movie though. If you liked the movie and have an iphone or ipod touch, check out this free game:
December 20, 2008
I'm done.
December 01, 2008
I was surprised by the first Hellboy. I waited until DVD for that one and was thoroughly impressed. This time around, it was the same. A great story with absolutely gorgeous sets and special effects (moreso than the first). If you like fantasy, comics, sci-fi, or even fairy tales, the Hellboy series is sure to please. You just have to to remember one thing: this is a movie based on a non-standard

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Not to disparage the f/x guys, but what's onscreen in Hellboy II is all about the seismic eruptions in del Toro's head. Comparing his work to most fantasy cinema is like comparing cave drawings to the Cathedral of Cologne. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The whole affair is pulpy, jokey, sometimes touching and frequently nonsensical: a big mess and, mostly, a lot of fun. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
As he has done in all his movies, from creature features such as "Mimic" to serious dramas such as "Pan's Labyrinth," del Toro creates unforgettable images, filled with color, texture, lyricism and horror. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Highly imaginative and consistently amusing without pretensions. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Perlman's Red is hilarious, combining the gritty delivery of a film noir cop with the physiognomy of a horned behemoth. And the script, by del Toro and Mignola, alternates action smackdowns with sweet, goofy moments, like a scene in which Red and the lovelorn Abe drink beer and croon along with a Barry Manilow record. Full Review

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