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Old 12-09-2008, 04:19 AM   #11
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(Flaming just cuz I'm feeling evil) Obviously, both are far inferior to the Dolph Lundgren Punisher. He truly caught the subtle nuances that comprise the Punisher's psyche. Rather than worry about staying true to the comic, Dolph stays true to the essence of the character.

And the acting, Dolph BECAME the Punisher.

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Old 12-09-2008, 04:26 AM   #12
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but staying true to the comic makes the movie better. like the punisher vs the white russian scene, was truley amazing

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Okay, I was just kidding, Lundgren as the punisher was awful, the movie was awful, and the only redeeming thing in the movie was the Punisher's knives.

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Old 12-09-2008, 02:10 PM   #15
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LOL (literally) Sweet!

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I liked the first one, I haven't seen the second and since everyone seems to think it's bad, I probably won't see it. At least not until it comes out on DVD.

Is there more Punisher movies than I know about? I thought the first one was the one with Thomas Jane.

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Yes, there was a straight to DVD release with Dolph Lundgren that came out in 1989 and featured Louis Gosset Jr. as his police mentor/helper.

It was pretty much garbage, which is why it went straight to video...

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Yes, there was a straight to DVD release with Dolph Lundgren that came out in 1989 and featured Louis Gosset Jr. as his police mentor/helper.

It was pretty much garbage, which is why it went straight to video...

Gosset & Lundgren... boy, you're bottom feeding now.
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Gosset & Lundgren... boy, you're bottom feeding now.
Hey, Showdown in Little Toyko with Brandon Lee was a classic. Plus Tia Carrere got nekkid.
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I'm now all over Amazon looking for Showdown in Little Tokyo, pig that I am.

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