A lot of thinking and research has gone into this review,depicting a time almost half a century ago! I will go and see the movie for its "killer soundtrack" despite its "digestible surface". Thanks Mimi for the warning about the movie's weaknesses...it will make this comedy more palatable, and the great musical background more enjoyable.
Mimi, this review is so insightful,and respectful of the personna M. Jackson was.
I am going to the movies with my Movie Group next week,and your review will be read beforehand.
Great review. I have never been "into"zombies,but I guess it is never too late,especially if they look and act like everybody's next door neighbors (walk like drunkards and tear through KFC buckets of fried flesh)
I secretly hoped that the book would fail,and not make the best seller list (and make it into my boys room...it did. One brother gave it as a Christmas present to the other).
I openly hope that more reviews like yours will prevent people from spending their $ to go and see this half baked cheesy reel.
I brake for genius. A bumper sticker I do not have,yet. Canned surrealism is definitely on my dinner menu this evening.
I will go to see the movie, despite the tight vests.
Just saw the movie with a dozen girlfriends. Aaron A is definitely hot,if you like the waspish preppy clean cut blue eyed cliff chin muscly look. The movie is a tear jerk er (yep, the violins worked up their magic). Too bad Jennifer was not deaf-mute after all!
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