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Moscow Urban Forum "Megacity of the Future: New Space for Living" will cities, and the adaptation of spatial solutions and infrastructure to meet . of films about the world's megacities, competition of urban startups, theatrical and musical performances and urban master classes. . Judge Dredd is a American science fiction film, based on the comic book character of the In Mega-City One, , Joseph Dredd (Sylvester Stallone), one of the most Dredd and Herman sneak back into the city and meet with Hershey, who had also discovered the Janus project by herself. . Retrieved A spin-off comic, Dredd: Underbelly, was released in September ; a sequel, Dredd: In May , a series titled Judge Dredd: Mega City One was confirmed to be in development. Lampshaded when they finally meet face-to-face.
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As a megatsunami breaches the Himalayas and approaches the site, an impact driver lodges in the ark-door gears. This keeps a boarding gate open, which prevents the ship's engines from starting. You know, if the first movie was a movie about the US Army, then this is a movie about S. You will learn about S. You will learn about where it came from and where it's going and some of the cool things they have. Gary Gray withdrew his name from consideration, choosing instead to direct the N. A biographical film Straight Outta Compton.
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The writers thought this was a great story point, for implementing "the physical manifestation of Cap changing the world. Also the other political thrillers of the '70s: This was a time that Cap existed in the comics. He found himself in the swinging '60s followed by the Watergate Era followed by the Reagan Era followed by where we are today. In the comics it was a hell of a journey for Steve. And we couldn't take him through those years because in our cinematic universe he was asleep. But we wanted to force him to confront that kind of moral conundrum, something with that '70s flavor.
And in our film that takes the form of S. And we wanted to try and ground the movie as much as we could. And Red Skull, he's a fantastical character and didn't necessarily fit for Cap 2 and especially because it was about the fall of S. Certainly Hydra exists and that's his legacy, but there's something interesting about the fact that his legacy outlived the skull.
And they're still dealing with the demons of it, but not necessarily him. That's what makes a political thriller different from just a thriller. And that's what adds to the characters' paranoia and the audience's experience of that paranoia. But we're also very pop-culture-obsessed and we love topicality, so we kept pushing to [have] scenes that, fortunately or unfortunately, played out [during the time that Edward] Snowden outed the NSA.
That stuff was already in the zeitgeist. We were all reading the articles that were coming out questioning drone strikespre-emptive strikes, civil liberties — [Barack] Obama talking about who they would kill We wanted to put all of that into the film because it would be a contrast to [Captain America]'s greatest-generation [way of thinking].
Jackson was confirmed to return as S. The movie gives us a basic rundown of Ma-Ma's origin. The full story features in a strip published in the Judge Dredd Megazine. An Arm and a Leg: An attempt by Kay to use Anderson's Lawgiver gets the unauthorized user's hand blown off. Dredd is willing to do anything to uphold the law as written. While he cares about Mega City and the people he protects, he tortures and kills perps even when they've already surrendered.
Regardless, he is also shown using the proper amount of force when needed and doesn't shoot to kill until the other options are expired. For example not firing on the van in the opening scene until they run over an innocent, and using stun rounds on a pair of scared, stupid kids. He also shows willingness to break the rules when it counts.
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Instead of flunking Anderson for losing her primary weapon, he gives her the pass she deserves. Anderson is a conflicted version.
Although depicted as a kinder, gentler judge compared to Dredd, she nonetheless kills several perps throughout the film. Clan Techie, who only works for Ma-Ma under the constant threat of violence. Ma-Ma personally gouged his eyes out with her bare hands to install his cybernetic eyes.
He's apparently not a bad guy, and clearly feels uncomfortable with Ma-Ma's treatment of Anderson. At the end, he helps Dredd and Anderson into Ma-Ma's fortified hideout. Anderson insists on not punishing him for his numerous crimes, despite Dredd's reluctance. A Real Man Is a Killer: Rare female example with Anderson. She wants to be a Judge, but clearly lacks the level of ruthlessness and emotional detachment necessary for the job. During the raid on the apartment, Dredd methodically eliminates every hostile while Anderson can't even fire a shot.
She's more willing later on, but the true turning point is when Dredd orders her to execute a perp. After this, she's more sure of herself and Dredd's respect for her grows accordingly.
By the end of the film, she's gunning down mooks almost as effectively as Dredd. An easy conclusion to reach, but close attention should be paid before getting there. During the initial drug bust, Dredd's armor can actually be seen deflecting a round. After this point, everyone knows they're going up against Judges and probably loaded ammo suitable for the task. The one round that does real damage to Dredd is specifically stated to be armor piercing.
Even then, only the back of his armor took damage. The wall behind him was torn to shreds while the armor was barely scratched in the front. Plus, anything that can go through a concrete wall without slowing probably isn't going to be stopped by much of anything. In the film's final confrontation, Anderson takes a round from a crook, and if you watch closely you can actually see the bullet deflect off her armor and ricochet into the wall next to her. However, she is winded and disoriented by the impact and knocked to the ground; as seen by the initial bust, by contrast, Dredd can take a round and keep moving, owing to the size and muscle difference between him and Anderson, coupled with the strong likelihood he's taken hits before and learned to absorb the impact.
The cast shows surprisingly consistent firearms safety throughout, namely in keeping their fingers off the triggers and not randomly waving their guns around. In fact, when Dredd is going through Ma-Ma's drug lab, you can see him take his finger off the trigger when he has no targets. Dredd and every other Judge when on their Lawmasters. Ma-Ma starts the action in earnest with one: Peach Trees, this is Ma-Ma.
Somewhere in this block are two Judges. I want them dead. Until I get what I want the block is locked down. All clan, every level, hunt the Judges down. Everyone else, clear the corridors and stay the fuck out of our way until the shooting stops. If I hear of anyone helping the Judges, I will kill them and the next generation of their families. As for the Judges It makes no difference, you're mine. Dredd throws it back in her face after Anderson has been captured: Inhabitants of Peach Trees.
This is Judge Dredd. In case you people have forgotten, this block operates under the same rules as the rest of the city. Ma-Ma is not the law. I am the law. Ma-Ma is a common criminal. Guilty of the manufacture and distribution of the narcotic known as Slo-Mo. And as of now, under sentence of death. Any who obstruct me in carrying out my duty will be treated as an accessory to her crimes. You have been warned.
And as for you, Ma-Ma: The Bad Guys Are Cops: Judge Dredd and Anderson calls for back-up when their coms start working again, but the Judges who eventually show up and relieve the real back-up are actually hired by Ma-Ma to protect her drug operation. Battle in the Center of the Mind: Anderson gets into one with Kay when she delves into his mind for information. Lacking powers of his own, Kay doesn't take long to fold. Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted from before the film begins with Ma-Ma, who is played by the very beautiful Lena Headey, but who has very prominent facial scarring.
Even more averted at the end, when Dredd tosses her off a building and we see in close-up and slow motion the effect of her landing face-first on the ground two hundred storeys below.
Anderson's character arc is basically leaving behind her more humanistic civilian persona and adopting that of the Judges, who are appropriately personified by the permanently-masked Dredd. Head of a ruthless drug syndicate, with a well-deserved reputation for violence and brutality and responsible for the drug slow-mo and the wave of crime it produced.
Anderson escapes her captors and stops an attempt to execute Dredd by a corrupt Judge Lex. The head of the backup Judges is named Judge Lex. Lex being Latin for law. She is responsible for many Judges who operate in the harsh conditions of Mega City One, including Dredd.
Used ostentatiously in the beginning to establish the film's Crapsack World and more subtly done the rest of the time. Blinded by the Light: When the crowd of gunmen outside the medical centre refuses to disperse after Dredd warns them, he detonates the remote speaker-ball, emitting a blinding flash of light enabling Dredd and Anderson to quickly eliminate their opponents despite being outnumbered.
Compared to the Stallone film adaptation, this movie does not shy away from being graphic in its violence, particularly during scenes using Bullet Time where bullets ripping through bodies and craniums bursting apart under impact are rendered in lavish detail.
After hypothesizing that Ma-Ma's deadman switch won't be in range at the bottom of the tower, he simply says, " Yeah ," when the place doesn't blow up. Lex tells Dredd that it's a million credits split four ways, to which Dredd responds "three ways". When Dredd kills Alvarez, he says "Two way split.
At that point Dredd finishes with "For her to shoot you. Begins and ends with roughly the same monologue about Mega-City One and the Judges. Also, the story starts off with Dredd gearing up and heading out on patrol. The movie ends with Anderson, geared up, heading out on patrol. The conflict is started when Ma-Ma has three men doped on Slo-Mo and thrown off the balcony to make an example out of them.
Judge Anderson and Dredd deliver plenty to various unfortunate Mooks: Of particular note is the cruel way Dredd takes out the perp he's chasing at the start. The hotshot round he uses fries the inside of his head. One of the two Slo-Mo clients that were with Kay during the bust gets one through the face. Appropriately, the entire scene is in slow motion. One of the corrupt Judges that tries to take down Dredd meets the business end of a High-Ex round.
The boom extends to more than just his head. A key moment in Anderson's character development is when she does this after she's ordered by Dredd to execute a wounded mook.
The medic who initially refused to help Dredd and Anderson is shot in the head by the corrupt judges after he says he would be willing to testify about what was really going on. Shortly after freeing herself, Anderson disarms a mook and sends an automatic rifle burst at his chin, upwards.
Viewers get a very detailed look at his head disassembling. When Dredd delivers his verdict over the PA system, he makes a point that Ma-Ma is a "common criminal," specifically to deflate the image of untouchable power she's created for herself.
Averted - the film makes a point of highlighting what a major concern this would be even for Dredd in a lockdown situation. Once he realizes they're trapped, he tells Anderson to conserve ammunition, and as the movie goes on, a major source of drama is his dwindling ammunition.
Luckily, after dispatching four corrupt Judges sent by Ma-Ma, Dredd takes their ammo and is armed to the teeth for the final conflict.
Also averted in the Gatling Good scene, where we see ammunition packs being wheeled up before they open fire. When Dredd makes his miraculous reappearance, Ma Ma can't even shoot him because she's used up all her ammo. But for Me, It Was Tuesday: For Anderson, this was a hellish baptism of fire into the life of a street judge that rocked her to her very core and changed the way she saw herself and the world around her. For Dredd, it was just another day, although the appearance of the corrupt judges probably made it a bit more memorable than usual.
What happened in there? You look like you've been through it.
Dredd adheres very strictly to the letter of the law in general. His first mission is to protect whatever peace there is, not kill criminals, and he always follows protocol. It's not his fault most of the perps he faces are Too Dumb to Live after he gives them ample warning. Near the climax, Anderson reveals to Dredd that she knows she's failed her assessment due to losing her sidearm, an automatic disqualification, yet points out that until her assessment is officially over she has to fight alongside him.
This willingness to uphold the law despite gaining nothing from doing so is probably the reason Dredd gives her a passing grade. When they prepare for their first bust and Dredd asks if she's ready, Anderson says she is, and Dredd expresses his doubt. When they're about to breach Ma-Ma's penthouse: Justified because the Lawgiver Pistol's special rounds like High Explosive and Incendiary are voice activated.
Ma-Ma doesn't kill one of her lieutenants for getting her drug operation exposed, but only out of practical concerns, because Dredd has already killed too many of her soldiers by that point and she's short on manpower. Judge Dredd's iconic "I am the law. Four judges do arrive as backup. Turns out they've been bribed to kill Dredd.
Fortunately, Dredd and Anderson figure this out quickly. Also subverted earlier when two judges arrive at the building, but they decide to wait outside for a while when the Clan Techie convinces them that there's a technical malfunction with the blast doors.
They get sent off on their way when the other four arrive. A bunch of kids are seen playing on a skateboard ramp installed on a balcony of the Peach Tree Block, which is sealed off by the lockdown. When trapped on the same floor by Gatling gun fire, Dredd blows a hole in the wall to escape to it.
The Lawgiver guns are keyed to a specific ID as seen in the opening sequence when Dredd puts his gear on. Later in the film, when Kay tries to execute Anderson with her own weapon, the ID check fails, causing the gun to explode, destroying his hand and part of his lower arm.
Peach Trees is one for Mega City One. A hot bed of crime and poverty, it also serves as the center of Slo-Mo distribution and manufacture in the city. Ma-Ma was able to ruthlessly take over the block due to the low presence of Judges across Mega City One.
Peach Trees had not seen a judge for a long time until Anderson and Dredd showed up to investigate a trio of grisly murders meant to send a message to rival gangs. The very premise is trapping Dredd and the rookie he's saddled with in a high-rise building and forcing them to fight it out.
Initially played straight with Anderson, who's portrayed as caring considerably more about people than Dredd and then subverted over the course of the film, although she's still able to convince Dredd that letting Clan Techie go is the right thing to do.
Every Judge is provided a very basic field medicine kit, which apparently contains just enough equipment quick clotting bio foam, sutures, and possibly morphine for patching holes.
Most of the movie's humor comes from Dredd himself, who reacts to every outrageous and terrifying thing with his trademark stoicism.
The miniguns used by Ma-Ma chew through the entire side of the block they're fired at, and one lucky shot actually went clean through the reinforced blast doors at the back. Dredd orders Anderson to take cover behind the elevator shaft because it offers the strongest protection, but even this gets chewed through by the barrage of fire.
Later on, Dredd hides behind a brick wall but the corrupt Judge Elite Mook hunting him just fires straight through it with armor-piercing rounds, eventually nailing Dredd in the side. The four Judges called in as backup for Ma-Ma get taken out in short order, two by Dredd and two by Anderson.
Justified in that Anderson is psychic, and Dredd is way too experienced to fall for the ruse. We first see Ma-Ma in the tub, stoned on Slo-Mo, grooving to the splash patterns her hands are making in the water.
When Ma-Ma is falling down at the end, she is shown passing the booth where Dredd made his "I am the law" speech as well as the floor wrecked by the minigun fire. Of the film Judge Dredd into a more dark and gritty film. Like all orphans in Megacity One, Anderson is given a Judge Aptitude Test at age nine, though in her case she was rated unsuitable and only let in because of her abilities as a telepath.
It's not stated why the Hall of Justice prefers orphans as Judges, but the job has an extremely High Turnover Rate and requires a ruthless detachment. Anderson's family is shown to be a motivating factor for her decision to be a Judge — her introductory scene shows her holding a well-worn picture of her parents and smiling at the associated memories.
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