Hellboy (2019)

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Hellboy (2019)

Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Horror | Science Fiction
5 / 10
Release Date
10 April 2019
2 : 1 minutes
Spoken Language
English, Deutsch, Español, Pусский
Hellboy comes to England, where he must defeat Nimue, Merlin's consort and the Blood Queen. But their battle will bring about the end of the world, a fate he desperately tries to turn away.

Cast Overview :

by: David Harbour
Nimue / The Blood Queen
by: Milla Jovovich
Professor Broom
by: Ian McShane
Alice Monaghan
by: Sasha Lane
Gruagach (voice)
by: Stephen Graham
Major Ben Daimio
by: Daniel Dae Kim
Lady Hatton
by: Sophie Okonedo
Lord Adam Glaren
by: Alistair Petrie
by: Brian Gleeson
by: Penelope Mitchell
by: Mark Stanley
Lobster Johnson
by: Thomas Haden Church
Sister #1
by: Nadya Keranova
Sister #2
by: Maria Tepavicharova
Sister #3
by: Ana Tabakova
by: Terry Randal
Esteban Ruiz / Camazotz
by: Mario de la Rosa
by: Christopher Mata
Agent Madison
by: Atanas Srebrev
Agent Strode
by: Dawn Sherrer
by: Michael Heath
Dr. Edwin Carp
by: Rick Warden
August Swain
by: Nitin Ganatra
Grigori Rasputin
by: Markos Rounthwaite
Professor Doctor Karl Ruprecht Kroenen
by: Ilko Iliev
Von Krupt
by: Joel Harlow
Leopold Kurtz
by: Dimiter Banenkin
Ilsa Hepstein
by: Vanessa Eichholz
Leni Riefenstahl
by: Kristina Klebe
Sgt. Whitman
by: Charles Shannon
Sir Malcom Frost
by: Carl Hampe
by: Tony van Silva
by: Josh Finan
by: Jonathan Steele
M-11 Operative
by: Simon Feek
Alice's Mother
by: Ava Brennan
Alice's Father
by: Anthony Delaney
Baby Alice
by: Jasmine Audoux-Prevot
Leprous Hag #1
by: Meglena Karalambova
Leprous Hag #2
by: Anna Bankina
Leprous Hag #3
by: Rut Rafailova
Mrs. Harker
by: Laila Morse
by: Peter Oxley
by: Nikolay Stanoev
Baba Yaga
by: Troy James
Baba Yaga (voice)
by: Emma Tate
by: Manal El-Feitury
Child in Parking Lot #1
by: Elizabeth Mehari Kahsai
Child in Parking Lot #2
by: Said Barry Abdulai
Sarah Bethany Hughes
by: Katya Peneva
by: Natasha Kaplinsky
Man #1
by: Valentin Stojanov
Man #2
by: Victor Rangelov
Man #3
by: Vasil Tsvetkov
Man #4
by: Joshua Samuel Hector

Member Reviews :

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) Guillermo del Toro's pair of Hellboy movies were always pretty acclaimed by both critics and audience. So, if a reboot was in the works, it had to be way different from the originals or, at least, capable of separating itself from them. Neil Marshall's film is definitely distinct, but not in a good way. Sadly, this is one of the worst movies of the year, so far. David Harbour tries super hard to bring this story to safe haven, but his outstanding performance can't fight back all of the painfully long and repetitive exposition dumps, an editing worthy of a Razzie Award (if they had such a category), and cringe-worthy comedy bits. The trio of writers failed in almost everything. Even Hellboy, as a character, becomes a caricature of himself at one point. Milla Jovovich, who is not a bad actress at all, offers such an over-the-top display that only comes off as cliche, cheesy, and the complete opposite of menacing. Obviously, her extremely villainous script doesn't help. Sasha Lane (Alice) is the only one who actually portrays a likable character (excluding the protagonist) and delivers a compelling performance. Daniel Dae Kim is also good as Ben Daimio. Unfortunately, a talented cast is not enough to overcome the undeniable screenplay issues, which tells a convoluted story, filled with heavy exposition through annoying flashbacks (I lost count of how many there are). The rock'n'roll score doesn't always work, becoming uneven and making some transitions just weird. However, credit where credit is due, it does make the action sequences a lot cooler. There are some great action moments where Hellboy shines, but overall they are ruined by sloppy editing. Honestly, I don't know how Marshall can direct such beautiful one-take fights (or "stitched one-take" sequences, like one towards the end) and horribly edited ones in the same film, so many times. The visual effects disappoint as much as they impress, but Hellboy's makeup and costume are, at least, on-point. In the end, the story and the characters are the two pillars of any movie, and Hellboy fails to deliver a well-written and captivating adventure, as well as compelling characters. All in all, Hellboy is a huge misstep in Neil Marshall's filmmaking career and he's going to have to work hard to get another opportunity at a blockbuster. His film is already suffering losses at the box-office, which proves that the interest in the reboot of this franchise is not big enough to warrant a sequel. Admittedly, it has its good moments and David Harbour embodies his character seamlessly, carrying the movie for as long as he can. Nevertheless, a good cast and some occasionally cool action sequences are not enough to fight back writing issues, uneven soundtrack, cheesy comedy, heavy exposition dumps, and the worst editing I've witnessed this year, so far. It's a headache that most people might not find worthy of the price of admission... Rating: C-
Scooby Reviews. There are some movies that should never be made especially if they are based on Comics. This movie has a lot of gore, eccentric humor, foul language that doesn't fit well with the flow of the movie and a really poor story. In the very first fifteen minutes you will know that this movie will take no where. Watching this is actually a chore. Hellboy needs a good cast, a strong story and beautiful direction and this movie does not have any. As a regular movie without the character of Hellboy, the movie will be watchable at least once but as a Hellboy movie, this movie is really bad.