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Share this Rating Title: Demolition Man 6. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sylvester Stallone John Spartan Wesley Snipes Simon Phoenix Sandra Bullock Lenina Huxley Nigel Hawthorne Raymond Cocteau Benjamin Bratt Alfredo Garcia Bob Gunton Chief George Earle Glenn Shadix Associate Bob Denis Leary Edgar Friendly Grand L.
Zachary Lamb - Young Pat Skipper Helicopter Pilot Steve Kahan Captain Healy Paul Bollen Officer Mark Colson Edit Storyline Frozen in , Simon Phoenix, a convicted crime lord, is revived for a parole hearing well into the 21st century.
Taglines: In the 21st Century, the police aren't equipped to handle Simon Phoenix. Their only chance has a name: John Spartan. But are HE and the 21st Century equipped to handle each other? Edit Did You Know? Trivia at around 1h 30 mins A futuristic Oldsmobile dealership appears in this movie.
General Motors announced in December that they were shutting down the Oldsmobile division a few days after the company released the refreshed GMT based Bravada where the model year ended one hundred seven years of continuous production. The shutdown of Oldsmobile preceded the shutdown of subsequent GM divisions Pontiac, Hummer, and Saturn divisions were discontinued in late Goofs The rip on the front of Spartan's shirt after he crashes the police car changes shape and size for many scenes afterwards.
Quotes [ first lines ] Zachary Lamb - Young : Remember when they used to let commercial airlines land in this town? Helicopter Pilot : Yeah. Well, I don't understand where we're going, or why the hell we're bothering anyhow. Alternate Versions The television version omits the refernce that Simon Phoenix makes to cannibal killer Jeffrey Dahmer. It allows our most engaged readers to debate the big issues, share their own experiences, discuss real-world solutions, and more.
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