Romero; the man, the myth, the let down
This movie was the biggest LET DOWN and WASTE of TIME ever... It
doesn't even have the same feel as Romero's earlier prequels. I have
been waiting for the movie to come out ever since it was announced,
having been a fan of his earlier work.
I could not believe the incredibly bad storyline, casting, and overall
texture of the film. Even the Remake of DAWN of the DEAD destroyed this
unholy piece of crap.
Although if anyone out there is a fan of Paul WS Anderson's work then
they should surely enjoy this video game form of narrative.
The teaser for this flick was better than the whole film..
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At the beggining i thought it's gonna be bad, but then I changed my mind. Well in my opinion this movie is average..
Excellent zombie flick from the master of zombie horror movies..
The A-Team with zombies!
What ever happened to George A. Romero? George, my boy, you should have
gone abroad to find your finance. Japan? The UK? Germany? You could
have pooled together a nice little international co-production (think
of the tax avoidance schemes, man!) but no, instead we get a major
I went to see this with around 15-20 people. They went in Romero fans.
They came out... well, we'll probably go see the new Spielberg movie
next time. Actually, we might see the new Uwa Boll(ocks) movie next
time. But that is too cruel. And reductive; its not actually Romero's
fault this is as dull as it is. Studio pressures are to blame; this has
"studio executive playing it safe" written all over it. Here in the UK
it only earned a "15 Cert". This from the man that gave us Dawn of the
Dead. Social satire has taken precedent over gore, entertainment and,
As far as I can tell, the film goes something like this; a Zombiefied
B.A., naffed off that Hannibal, Face and Murdoch kill all his undead
pals at night when they come to raid food stores in order to supply the
faux-city in which the filthy rich have sealed themselves, leads an
explosive assault on the pesky humans until... well, you get the idea.
The problem is, there is no straight forward plot to this film. Its all
just a mix of hazy subplots, mainly concerning a giant armoured truck
the "Dead Reckoning" (yeah, it is that lame). There are some very
obvious points raised about the rich and the poor but what happened to
the sequel we were SUPPOSED to get. At least we could have had
something remotely connected with the rest of the series but Romero
originally intended to cover his original script for Day of the Dead,
with domesticated Zombies vs. Stooooopid Killer Zombies. Where are the
Zombies in the White House? Its like he forgot to do the film he was
supposed to, or a lack of focus (perhaps brought about by wanting to
get back into production have all these years) forced him to hammer out
any old rubbish. Most probable, though, is that the studio kept saying,
"wouldn't it be better if..." and Romero just gave in. His style is
just not evident at all. I know he didn't cut it, but someone should
have thought to give it the pace his previous films, especially Dawn of
the Dead, had. All in all, this is a tragedy. Like watching a CEO of a
major multinational reduced to bagging groceries in a super market; one
of the greatest film-makers of all time making half-baked pop corn
garbage. Annoying, especially with everything that is going on in Iraq
right now, the time would have been right for a Zombie war movie.
We still love you George, just don't do it again or you can go to your