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Brian B (gb) wrote: 28 Days Later is a chilling zombie film with great acting, memorable shots, and a hidden political allegory which somewhat makes sense in today's world if you think closely about it.After a zombie like infection breaks out in London, a group of survivors decide to head to a group of soldiers because they claim that they have the answer to the virus.Many zombie movies often have constant bloody action sequences to no end but 28 Days Later is generally more slower-paced than most zombie films out there. However, this isn't a bad thing though because this movie never feels boring because of its choice to be slower-paced. It's still exciting.Also, the film's shot of a deserted London is a truly remarkable scene. When you consider how hard it is to make some of the most populated sections of London look abandoned, it is truly mind-boggling. Boyle had the streets closed off at 4:00 am and he sometimes only had a couple dozen minutes to film each day. However, he was still able to pull it off. That scene is well-done and it immerses the viewer greatly to the movie.Many of the actors gave amazing performances. The actors which stood out are Cillian Murphy and Naomie Harris. They all gave amazing performances. I also felt that all of the other actors gave great performances as well.The score is brilliant also. The song "In the House, In a Heartbeat" sticks out the most. It is haunting and does a great job setting up action sequences. Also, all the other songs do a great job setting up certain scenes as well.Also, there's the political allegories. It means that if something like this ever will happen, the government, soldiers, and politicians will be safe in a bunker while the rest of the world will be left to suffer on their own. You could probably get some help from the army but they may want to get rid of you or other people traveling with you. It's scary to think about it and it brings originality to the movie.According to Wikipedia, Danny Boyle actually had several alternate endings to this movie. It's clear that Boyle was trying to find the best ending possible for this movie. I liked the ending he picked though and I think that it concluded the movie just fine.So in conclusion, this movie is a masterpiece. In my opinion, this is one of the best zombie movies ever made. It is definitely up there with Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead (not the remake, the original). It succeeds in several aspects and it also puts a haunting allegory into it as well.
Charles S (it) wrote: Not quite as good as the animated tv series of the same name but good in it's own rights.
Larry Y (br) wrote: major guilty pleasure
Andrew G (br) wrote: Entertaining - even if not an entirely fresh story.
Jenny M (de) wrote: I am a big fan of Audrey Hepburn...I have most of her movies. I thought this one was very good...I really enjoyed the dancing!
Andrew L (au) wrote: One of the great action films of the 90's, and dare I say probably Woo's best film.
Jonny Jeremias S (it) wrote: Agent Cody BanksI realize this is a movie for kids, but it was the only decent thing on TV so I watched it. It was ok I guess, nothing more, nothing less. I don't remember much of it though. The acting by both Frankie Muniz and Hilary Duff was pretty good. The concept of the movie, or the plot if you will, was more than a bit unrealistic. Other than that the plot was good. I had a few laughs, there were some good action scenes, and some very good ones as well. As I said the acting was pretty good. Arnold Vosloo did a great job in the role of Molay, the bad guy. I think Mr. Vosloo might be born to play bad guys. I mean you see him in The Mummy, Chuck, Blood Diamond. He is a natural! Anyhow, It is probably good enough for young teens, but I don't think it will be a big hit with other people. It gets 4 mediocre stars out of a possible 10 from me. See you later, alligator. - Shevy