Hellboy

Hellboy
Hellboy

Year

2004

Duration

122 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The end of World War Two is finally beckoning, and in desperation the Nazis attempt to use occult energies to raise evil forces to fight alongside them. They are thwarted, but not before unleashing a baby demon who, once rescued by the allies, grows up on the side of the good guys to become a cigar-chomping agent for the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defence. Mike Mignola's comic-book creation is brought memorably to life here, with Ron Perlman a fantastic presence as the huge, bright red regular-guy-really with the sawn-off horns, in director Guillermo del Toro's entertaining fantasy adventure.

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12 Classification

Contains some bad language and fantasy violence.

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