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it's too bad the dialogue was so laughable because the subject matter is no "conspiracy theory from Pluto". i'd like to see what the director can do with a bigger budget on the same topic. i think we Need movies like this that tell it like it mostly and astonishingly is. with Christopher Lambert i sometimes have to shake my head to remember that he is classically trained. well, at least he's working. Lou Diamond Philips seldom takes himself too seriously and i liked him in this movie. and Kelly Brook! beautiful woman. Hellboy is a favorite of mine too and it's nice to see him with his real face. i suspect most people wont like this film, but i did. except for the dumb dialogue.
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