It had been a while since I had seen Demolition Man with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes. It is such a funny campy movie. Watching it when it first came out I really enjoyed it. The movie had Sandra Bullock, Benjamin Bratt, Rob Schneider, and Denis Leary in supporting roles. Watching it now on TBS Dinner and a Movie is so laughable.

It was an interesting look at a possible future. Doubt that is the way things would be headed but it is fun to see different takes on the future. Wesley Snipes is such a wacky bad guy. He has the Dennis Rodman hair and football pads covered in tire treads and it is so ridiculous and off beat. The cars and other futuristic stuff is fun to see too.

Watching the way the characters from the future behave is a riot. Sandra Bullock’s character and her obsession with the 20th century and her mixing of phrases and other things that she just doesn’t get is also funny.

One thing that I think we may be headed for is the no touching and passing of germs. We are getting more and more germ-a-phobic as a society. I hope we don’t get as ridiculous about it as the people in Demolition Man were.

As a movie it is pretty decent. The action is fun and the story is interesting. The characters are colorful and the movie has very funny moments. The most watchable moment is when Denis Leary and Stallone meet and Leary goes into his patented rants about the state of their “Utopian” society. Take a step back in time to see a vision of the future with Demolition Man

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