Overall Rank: 14933
Average Rating: 2.1/4
# of Ratings: 130
Theatrical Release Date: 06/30/1995
Genre: Action, Crime
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Danny Cannon
Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Diane Lane, Armand Assante, Rob Schneider, Jürgen Prochnow, Max von Sydow
Plot: In 2139 a new "cursed Earth" has emerged and the entire population crowds into Megacities where crime has become so bad a new breed of law enforcement is needed. The Judges act as police, jury and executioner and Judge Dredd is the strictest of them all. When he is accused of murder, however, he will do everything in his power to clear his name, no matter how much destruction is left in his wake.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/26/2014
" I am not the Law Dredd (2012) now that's the real Dredd movie".
sapien - wrote on 03/01/2010
I know everyone hates on Sylvester Stallone, but I liked this movie! So there!!!
The SHC - wrote on 03/12/2009
My son actually reminded me of this movie when we were at blockbuster and he pointed at it. Then it brought back that painful childhood memory when my dad took me to see this when I was nine, and how traumatized it made me. Fortunately, I did NOT rent it and instead rented the Lion King. Hopefully, you will all do the same
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MovieAddict - wrote on 03/03/2013
The story is set in the futuristic 'Mega-City' , a hugely expanded New York City where local law enforcement have the right to 'judge' in the field rather than let the perpetrator run free until a lazy jury finds them innocent. Judge Dredd (Sly Stallone) is the best and most feared of these judge until he is wrongly accused of murder. He is sent to prison for life, but manages to get free. He then faces the challenge to prove that he is innocent, with the help of Judge Hershey (Diane Lane), an extremely good Judge and Lawyer, Rob Schneider, a funny computer hacker who was convicted by Dredd and the support of Chief Justice Fargo (Max Von Sydow). He has to fight against one of the more evil criminal minds in his time, Rico (Armand Assante), and an army of cloned judges. The special …
Yojimbo - wrote on 04/02/2012
Judge Dredd is based on the character featured in British comic book 2000AD (how futuristic!) about a fascistic lawman who exercises his status as judge, jury and executioner in a bustling, overpopulated future city. This character was actually crying out for the big screen treatment, and it comes SO CLOSE to working. The action sequences are thrilling, production design fantastic (particularly the depiction of the Judges, Hammerstein and Mean Angel which are all spot on) and Stallone's physical presence suits the part down to the ground. But as is always the way with Hollywood blockbusters, it's the script that lets us down. It begins really well, but soon descends into nonsense as a helmetless Sly gets in touch with his feminine side in the company of an unbelievably irritating and …
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