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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Judgement: Dredd is a throwback crime actioner

By treonaut
Written September 23, 2012
DREDD 3D' is a great movie for those who like taut gritty, claustrophobic crime films; like 1976's 'Assault on Precinct 13'. Coming in at a crisp 95 minutes, 'Dredd' is a film custom-made for audiences tired of having to consider the bad-guys' side of things. Bad guys are BAD, the Judges are hard-assed dispensers of JUSTICE, and everyone else knows enough to get the hell out of their way. There are issues: I really liked Karl Urban in the role of Judge Dredd; but, for a movie based in a future dystopia, it felt a little too grounded..and missed some of the sci-fi weirdness, black humor/satire and gadgetry from the British comic on which it is based. Its also anything but a 'date' movie. Make no mistake: 'Dredd 3D' has the highest body count I've seen in years, and it is visceral as hell. That aside, its a bloody good, uber-violent and utterly satisfying 'cops vs. gangs' film, with the best 3D I've seen, since 'Avatar'.
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