Demolition Man Synopsis
Two enemies (Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes) meet again in 2032 San Angeles.

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Empire

If ever there was a movie equivalent to the one-night stand this is it - not necessarily something you'll remember next day but fast,...
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75

TV Guide

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The pleasant surprise about Demolition Man is that both the script, and Stallone, are funny; the film blends big-budget action and...
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50

Austin Chronicle

The script is fueled by genuine wit, everyone turns in fine performances and, beginning to end, the film actually shows some thought, if...
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40

Washington Post

By Hal Hinson
Demolition Man is a futuristic cop picture with slightly more imagination and wit than the typical example of the slash-and-burn genre.
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40

Time

By Richard Schickel
Ultimately the script's often sharp social satire is drowned out by the noise and confusion.
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40

Variety

By Emanuel Levy
A noisy, soulless, self-conscious pastiche that mixes elements of sci-fi, action-adventure and romance, then pours on a layer of comedy...
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38

ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
Yes, this film is worse than "Cliffhanger," Stallone's last venture into chaos.
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25

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Demolition Man is sleek and empty as well as brutal and pointless.
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20

Chicago Reader

By Jonathan Rosenbaum
Nearly all the SF premises are accorded the status of Andrew Dice Clay one-liners - which means that they, along with the characters, keep...
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funny

By hiljim
seen it many times...

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Rated R