Sylvester Stallone stars as the Demolition Man, a police officer who got his nickname from causing so much chaos while chasing down the bad guys. Frozen in suspended animation for 36 years Stallone is revived in the year 2032 and struggles to fit in. The police of the future have become so cushy they aren’t even trained to fight. I remember seeing this years ago when I was a lot younger. I thought Wesley Snipes was the demolition man because he also has a habit of blowing stuff up. I am not sure I could count on one hand, the number of nods this film gave to other actors and films including, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan, Lethal Weapon and more, I think that’s cool. I never got a lot of these references as a kid, and admittedly some of them still probably go over my head. Throughout the film, there are some jokes to laugh at. Unfortunately one of the biggest jokes in the film are the gunfights. My goodness, by the end of the film I was pleading “Please no more gunfights”. The old run and gun trick was played out here. At one point Stallone had an automatic machine gun fired at him, at semi-close range and he dodged every single bullet, oh and did I mention that he was trapped in a stationary position. Either Stallone is really lucky or Wesley has the worse aim in the world. One of the most interesting parts of the film occurred underground when the heroes headed down to try and find the main villain. I would love to see a movie based on the rebellion of the underground. It occurred to me that the future of 2032 isn’t all that futuristic. It makes me wonder, when more recent films come out with a depiction of the future, will the actual future be even more advanced? Overall the movie isn’t bad but, I did have to try a little harder than I would have liked to look past the terrible gunplay. Oh and Sandra Bullock gets a pass from me.