Good...

By wolfsilver
Written September 02, 2014
But not great. Okay, it's really good. At best I'd give it a 7.5, maybe an 8/10. There wasn't that much that really stood out to me. The 3d made one or two scenes stand out, but ultimately, I think you're better off seeing the 2d version, if it's available.
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The Judge...

By Michael B
Written March 29, 2015
The cinematography was great...I certainly hope we aren't headed for such an existence. Also, I wouldn't bring any young kids to see this one. ...still not sure why Everything is in 3D!
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Better the second time around

By onenetnut
Written September 24, 2012
This version of Judge Dredd is a major improvement over the Stallone attempt. Good story line that does not focus on re-inventing the characters. You never see Urban's face, which is consistent with the comics. I like Olivia Thirlby as Judge Anderson as well. I hope this is the start of a new franchise.
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Better than I expected...

By TravelinWayne
Written September 24, 2012
I had not seen any of the other Dredds so I wasn't sure what to expect but I wasn't expecting much. I was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed it!
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Dredd 3d, or how you adapt an adult comic book.

By OthelloNYC
Written September 30, 2012
I went into Dredd 3D expecting only a slight improvement to the Stallone debacle. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised, for many reasons. For one, the 3D while possibly done in post, and gimmicky, actually enhanced the scenes where it was obvious. It was mostly utilized during "slo-mo" trips, as the drug gives everything a slow motion feel, and an acid-like weirdness. The look of everything was so gritty and realistic, including Mega City One itself. It didn't look like a cartoon, it looked like a real, populated city that stretched further than the mind could comprehend. With all the physical activity that took place in the film, I DO endorse not having the giant shoulder eagle on Dredd's costume, and instead going with the early comic concept sketches. Karl Urban's total lack of ego really puts this film in my must see list. He was Joseph Dredd, street judge, on a screen, not Karl Urban in a costume with some catch phrases.
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