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Out is the original Hellboy, Ron Perlman. Out is the PG-13 rating. Now we've got an edgier, R-rated brightly red hero in a film that can best be described as tedious.This "Hellboy" stars the always likeable David Harbour of "Stranger Things" in a film even his charm can't save. A fight sequence with three giants is really the only astonishingly realized bit in the whole film.It's sort of funny but somehow in this muddle of a film, it doesn't land.That discussion raises a question about the film itself: If the first two films lacked a certain verve and the third is a violent muddle, maybe making "Hellboy" movies is as cursed as its hero.
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