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I removed Demolition Man from the category postcyberpunk.
I'm neither an expert in Stallone movies nor post-cyberpunk (cyberpunk is more my thing), but my understanding is that post-cyberpunk is basically cyberpunk... without the dystopia. However, Demolition Man is categorized as both post-cyberpunk and dystopian. From my understanding, this is impossible. Furthermore, I don't really see how it qualifies as cyberpunk, but if someone really wants to add cyberpunk, be my guest. I would really prefer that you give some kind of citation or defense for this, however. As far as I can recall, there were no cyberpunk themes in Demolition Man. The last time I saw it was probably 15 years ago, so maybe I'm just forgetful. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 00:20, 24 February 2013 (UTC)
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