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It is true, you should be a true fan of Hellboy original stories, because if you are not familiar with the comics you may feel lost in the storyline. Characters, their background and internal fights are not introduced in details, suggesting you already know them.
Story - true to the comics, a lot of action, not too much speech, dark and horror as it was originally introduced a year ago. It is not suitable for children or sensitive people.
Cast - fresh cast and nice performance.
Effects - visual effects pretty good. I truly enjoyed it.
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