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Demolition Man


Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Sandra Bullock, Nigel Hawthorne View All


Daniel Waters (Screenplay), Marco Brambilla (Director), Peter M. Lenkov (Screenplay), Peter M. Lenkov (Story) View All

Release: Oct. 8th, 1993
Runtime: 1 hour, 55 minutes
Simon Phoenix, a violent criminal cryogenically frozen in 1996, escapes during a parole hearing in 2032 in the utopia of San Angeles. Police are incapable of dealing with his violent ways and turn to his captor, who had also been cryogenically frozen after being wrongfully accused of killing 30 innocent people while apprehending Phoenix.
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She observes and takes delight in the classic action movie concept of the one-liner (The joy-joy way you paused to make a glib witticism before doing battle...!) and also points out the archetypal characters that the hero can be (I fleshed you out as a blow-up-the-bad- guy-while-grinning type...but youre actually the moody-gunslinger-who-will-only-draw-when-he-must type.) In recent years Stallone has created The Expendables series, films made to playfully rib on the bombastic action films of the 80s and 90s, as well as just being a bombastic action film in its own right.
The Rodent
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