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Dredd 3-D 100%  100%  [ 5 ]
Judge Dredd 1995 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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 Post subject: Dredd 3-D vs Judge Dredd (Movies)
PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:09 am 
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Which movie did you like better?
I liked them both but I appreciated the newer one because it was much closer to the source material.


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I liked both for what they were at the time they were released, I never read 2000 AD but I sure like that they were from what I understand being truthful to the source material, but I sure loved the cheesyness of Stallone playing Dredd.

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Wow, this is gonna be a pretty one-sided vote I reckon. Honestly can't think of anything (well maybe "Hammerstein" was okay, if badly mis-used) good about the first movie.

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houseofusher wrote:
I liked both for what they were at the time they were released, I never read 2000 AD but I sure like that they were from what I understand being truthful to the source material, but I sure loved the cheesyness of Stallone playing Dredd.


That was the best part of the '95 movie. If you can enjoy Adam West hamming it up as Gotham City's Caped Crusader then you can certainly enjoy Stallone's version of Joe Dredd.


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Well that is a whole other discussion because to me Adam West will always be batman just as Burgess Meredith will always be penguin and Frank Gorshin will always be the Riddler. They played the parts so well I wouldn't have any other actor replace them.

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houseofusher wrote:
Well that is a whole other discussion because to me Adam West will always be batman just as Burgess Meredith will always be penguin and Frank Gorshin will always be the Riddler. They played the parts so well I wouldn't have any other actor replace them.


To me, Stallone's '95 Judge Dredd will always be the campy, one-liner filled, fun, popcorn movie. (Much the same way I view Adam West's Batman. We'll start a new thread for best :bat: )

But Karl Urban's sheer out-badassed him.


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I like both but Dredd was just better, though I did miss Stallone, especially his "I AM THE LAW" line delivery.


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Yes, I have seen both movies. Judge Dredd is good for what was and that was a movie to put Sly Stallone back into the action star lime light. On the other hand I think Dredd 3-D is a better movie cause it is truer to what the character of Judge Dredd. The character of Judge Dredd never takes off his helmet, some thing Stallone's Dredd did alot and I under stand why. Also Stallone's Judge Dredd tried to put two or three Judge Dredd story lines into one movie and failed at that. But, Stallone's Judge Dredd brought Judge Dredd to the world stage and without that there may never have been a Dredd 3-D.


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