Hellboy II: the golden army

I LOVED this movie, it became one of my favorite in a few minutes, wonderful.
It has different emotions in it and it's the only superhero I know who has a wonderful girl by his side and a faithful friend. I loved it.

Is anyone there who thinks the same?

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9 replies since 15th August 2008 • Last reply 15th August 2008

I'm gonna go see it when it comes out here, I didn't see the first one but I'm gonna watch it before I go. I'm really looking forward to it, it looks great

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I did the same, I watched the first Hellboy just a week before the second one =P

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I saw it a few days ago. I loved it!! I have to say I have a bit of a crush on Prince Nuada! haha I know it's Luke Goss and I don't find him attractive at all just the elf ;)

All the creature characters were so amazing looking, the set pieces were fab too Happy Also the mythology was set in Ireland, so of course I love that! haha

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I LOVED it, I saw it at the preview here in the UK and thought it was much bette than the first one! I loved the sets too, but then I think I love everything guillermo del toro does, because his sets are so pretty, the costumes are amazing and I love the mythology.

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what i remember of the movie was great, it was difficult to pay attention cause we all wanted to see WALL-E but it was sold out so we decided to check hellboy out with the girls and they did good till towards the end...didnt realize it was that long and Emma was getting antsy...good that I brought her some cheetos and a toy to play with cause I thought we wouldnt make it to the end. lol

That was her first offical movie...the other "first" was suppose to be Kung fu panda but the first 10 minutes of the movie(it was just me and the girls, no hubby that time) she threw a fit and we had to leave and dropped her off at my mom's so I could go back and let lillian watch it cause she was heartbroken thinking she was in trouble.

I was just glad the movie theater refunded emma's ticket...(cant beleive they charge for a 18 month old now) and me and lillian was able to go to another showing which started in 5 minutes. *high five*

Happy

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Saw it yesterday. It's...well, it's light entertainment. It's very, very far from being a GOOD film, in my opinion haha, but it's a bit of a laugh to watch. The only bit which I thought was genuinely great was that big beast with the eyes on its wings, even if he had a silly lisp haha. We got really bored of the film but carried on just to see him, and that was definately worth it. And I liked the tooth fairies <3 they were adorable

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If you want to see this movie just because of the director, I reccomend seeing Pan's Labrinyth. Very Awsome movie. It's like an adult fairytale. Very beautifully done. But, if you don't like subtitles i don't reccomend it, its in Spanish. (=

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The thing is, I think if you're going to see Hellboy because you loved Pan's Labyrinth, you'll be totally disappointed. This is the weird thing about Del Toro - he does some phenomenal films, but he also does some shitty ones (*cough* Blade 2 *cough*). Cronos is meant to be good. And even though it's not him, he only presented it, The Orphanage is great for any Del Toro fan.

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Me Too! Never heard of it before, but somehow my friend draged me to the movie at 12 at night. Now it's one of my favorite movies.

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