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Hellboy isn't your average hero. Hell. He isn't even your average superhero. Brought forth by the Nazis during a sacred ritual towards the end of World War II. Our hero was summoned by accident when the evil monk of Russian history/folklore, Grigori Rasputin was meddling with forces that lead to his undoing. With the twisted and evil monster trapped for another sixty years when things don't go as planned (US soldiers heroically intervened). Hellboy is raised by Prof. Trevor "Broom" Bruttenholm, an expert in the occult. Our demonic hero is initiated in to the Bureau of paranormal research were he joins the amphibious, kind hearted, and clever fellow "Freak", Abe Sapien. When Rasputin returns once again with the aid of his minions the maniacal, undead assassin Kroenen and the monk's faithful lover Ilsa. Hellboy must unwillingly pair up with John Myers, an idealistic, naive new agent of the Bureau. Not only that but the big hunk of an evil basher becomes entangled in a love triangle with the pyro-telekinetic love of his life Liz and his new comrade. Fighting evil couldn't prove more difficult or out there. (Source: IMDB)

Starring: Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, Rupert Evans

Megan's Movie Review:
Hellboy is a pretty cool demon "superhero". He's got attitude and muscles. This movie was pretty awesome and he fought a lot of crazy monsters. How come when there is a fantasy film with one weird character, all of the other bad guys are freakin weirder?! They're always slimy and gross and people just come up with the craziest monsters. But that's okay, it's entertaining. Hellboy was a good movie! I definitely liked his sarcasm and the fire girl was cool! It had good action and the storyline was fun to follow.

My rating:
3 1/2 stars
Who likes or dislikes this movie?

1 Movie Review Comments:

movies forum said...

Hellboy isn't perfect, I would have changed some things, but I had fun watching it and in the end, especially for a movie of this type, I think that's what matters most.