With innocent victims caught in the crossfire in Los Angeles' intensifying war on crime, both cop John Spartan and violent thug Simon Phoenix are sentenced to a state of frozen incarceration known as 'CryoPrison'. 36 years later, it's 2032, and Los Angeles is now a pacifist utopia called San Angeles. But with Phoenix again on the loose, Spartan must team up with future cop Lenina to apprehend the killer.
Keywords: #Demolition Man #Marco Brambilla #Nigel Hawthorne #Sandra Bullock #Sylvester Stallone #Wesley Snipes
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Critics Of "Demolition Man"
September 05, 2011 Doesn't quite go far enough, instead settling for cheap gags and cheap thrills, but it tickles fairly well for a couple of hours of crashes and fireballs. [Blu-ray]Read in Source
April 30, 2008 This futuristic comedy depends on your opinion of Stallone and his unapologetic popcorn-pleasing action no-brainers. To be fair, this one is one of his better ones.Read in Source
April 30, 2008 Nearly all the SF premises are accorded the status of Andrew Dice Clay one-liners -- which means that they, along with the characters, keep changing from one scene to the next.Read in Source
New York Times
May 20, 2003 Demolition Man is a significant artifact of our time or, at least, of this week.
Reel Film Reviews
August 13, 2011 ...a sporadically amusing yet pervasively underwhelming bit of early '90s cheese...Read in Source
July 25, 2010 Ultimately the script's often sharp social satire is drowned out by the noise and confusion. It is also undercut by casting virtually all the psychopathically murderous criminals as minority-group members.Read in Source
January 26, 2006 Forget your preconceptions, but not your brain cells and sense of irony.Read in Source
July 25, 2010 The pleasant surprise about Demolition Man is that both the script, and Stallone, are funny; the film blends big-budget action and tongue-in-cheek humor in the way that Last Action Hero tried, and failed, to do.Read in Source
August 01, 2013 Not for nothing does the film open on a screen-filling image of the Hollywood sign in flames, for it torches almost every supposition that a film made to showcase Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes whomping on each other can only be brain-dead.Read in Source
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...