Artie is pure bred trailer trash. He has zero ambition, is everyone's favorite punching back at school and bears the burden of his virginity in silence. And then April moves out of the state. She's his best friend and support since kindergarten and the love of his life. Three years later Artie finally has the courage to take to the road and go see April to tell her how he feels about her. One car-crash later Artie wakes up in the middle of the zombie apocalypse. But this time he's not going to hide. Artie's love for April doesn't give him wings, but does give him the courage to hack, slash, punch and kick himself a part towards the girl he loves. Time is of the essence, because that bite on his hand will make the difference between a French kiss and a bite out of April's brains.
Artie is desperate when his dreamed girl is far from him. Three years later, he determines to look for her and makes his dream come true. Unfortunately, He wakes up many dangerous zombie on his way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
John B (ca) wrote: Interesting space exploration to Jupiter as I enjoyed the first 3/4 of it, but, I just thought that all the deaths seemed to be too fabricated. Still good overall
Timothy R (kr) wrote: Delightful film about ordinary who want some magic in their life and to live happily ever after. Colin Farrell is excellent as a father trying his best to overcome his own hardships and make life better for both himself and his young daughter.
Nate M (au) wrote: Highly enjoyable. It's funny in that they keep it very light on deep matters of emotional gravity. Giamatti's range as himself in various states of being under the influence, or absence of soul (his own and others), is interesting and believable. Granted, this wasn't a Charlie Kaufman film and it surely would have been majestic, but you have to experience lesser genius to appreciate the other greats, no?
Timothy P (nl) wrote: Review #1: Just bad all aroundReview #2: Shitty feet
Lenard K (gb) wrote: After surviving a near fatal automobile accident, Chinese widow is able to see ghosts. I was expecting this movie to be a zany HK comedy; being unprepared for the depth of this movie left me stunned at this tale of loss, grief and the resumption of life. A good romantic-comedy that really tugs at your heart-strings.
thee m (br) wrote: all time fav. emotional
Ian C (mx) wrote: The franchise starts to go completely mental with the introduction of Tilly. Who before her transformation delivers one serious twitch.
Jason M (us) wrote: Not the best, it's lacking in some areas.
Kyle B (es) wrote: A very fun movie with great musical numbers and a great script. My biggest probably was this movie was way too long. A good hour of this movie was useless and could have been cut. But it is a very fun movie with a great ensemble
Bo K (it) wrote: I enjoyed this, action-packed and mediocre acting.
Stephen M (us) wrote: Such a wonderful movie from the 60's. An amazing cast of hollywoods best in one film. It was witty, fun, stylish, and silly.
Sylvester E (nl) wrote: A very good film that's watching again and again....!!!!!
Daniel M (kr) wrote: The Lion King is one of the best Disney films I had ever seen in my whole life. With its extraordinarily story delivering a message and morals about life lessons, spot-on voice-acting, beautiful animation, loveable and memorable characters and unforgettable music by Hans Zimmer, Elton John and Tim Rice. This is a must-watch for everyone else including Disney fans alike both old and new.