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By Garrett Conti, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 11--IT MUST BE FASCINATING -- maybe even a bit scary -- to consider the imagination of Guillermo Del Toro. Consider all of the creepy creatures or uncanny crawlers running through the "Pan's Labyrinth" director's head at any given time.
By Daniel Newman, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul.
By CHRISTY LEMIRE "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" (PG-13) H H H Words don't really do justice in attempting to describe the wondrous array of misfits and monsters Guillermo del Toro has concocted in "Hellboy II: The Golden Army." Truly, his is a world you have to experience for yourself to appreciate it fully - if you dare, that is.
By Roger Moore REVIEW Hellboy II: The Golden Army HH 1/2 Rating: PG-13 (sequences of sci-fi action and violence and some language) Director: Guillermo del Toro Cast: Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, John Hurt and Doug Jones Theaters: Marquee Cinemas, Park Place Stadium Cinemas Nothing called "Hellboy," be it comic book or comic book movie, is going to take itself too seriously.
By CHRISTY LEMIRE Words don't really do justice in attempting to describe the wondrous array of misfits and monsters Guillermo del Toro has concocted in "Hellboy II: The Golden Army." Truly, his is a world you have to experience for yourself to appreciate it fully - if you dare, that is.
By Mark Rahner, Seattle Times Jul. 10--Since it's not appropriate for a grown man to file a review that consists of "Wheeee!" I'll say these things: Director Guillermo del Toro is a mad genius, and I want to get drunk with him.
By Toni Ruberto, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jul. 10--Hellboy isn't your typical comic book superhero. The big red guy smokes cigars (with a fondness for Cubans) and drinks beer for starters.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. _ Guadalajara, Mexico, native Guillermo del Toro often gets asked if he considers himself simply a filmmaker, an independent filmmaker or a Mexican filmmaker. "How could I not be a Mexican filmmaker? If I endeavored not to be, I would not succeed because I was raised in Mexico.
By Claudia Puig In Hellboy II: The Golden Army (*** out of four), the giant crimson daredevil is a snarky bad-boy superhero taunted and misunderstood by the masses. This weekend, the cigar-chomping, beer-swilling big guy faces off with another reviled superhero: Hancock.
When Guillermo del Toro stares at the monsters under his bed, they stare back into him.
- A mania for the use of printing-types; a strong propensity to write for publication.