Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Three scouts and lifelong friends join forces with one badass cocktail waitress to become the world’s most unlikely team of heroes. When their peaceful town is ravaged by a zombie invasion, they’ll fight for the badge of a lifetime and put their scouting skills to the test to save mankind from the undead.

Three friends who are scouts, on the eve of their last camp-out, battle zombies and attempt to save their town from the undead. And at the same time, they learn things about true friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Christian H (es) wrote: Speaking of nauseating movies, "Teen Beach Movie" literally made my sister puke a bit! 2 teen surfers watch a movie called "Wet Side Story" ( REALLY?!) & they accidentally surf into "Wet Side Story" with stupid & gay singing & dancing! So-called bikers are the bullies of the beach, & they aren't badasses! They don't even look like bikers! Just because you have a leather jacket, doesn't mean you are a badass! The main villain is a retarded evil scientist with a very cartoon-looking device to stop the waves! But worst of all, a girl falls into the water, & she isn't wet at all!!!! WTF?! I can see why this never made it into theaters!

Toby C (au) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by this film. It's a very different movie than what was advertised in the trailers. I recommend watching it!

Bruno V (es) wrote: Very weak story , predictable ...some good songs performed decend , but the guys in this movie raped every song they sung ! No normal person would push the button to turn the chair when the guys would sing !!!

Miguel Angel O (jp) wrote: copia barata de Madagascar 3

Mark W (kr) wrote: Spoilers Ahead... You know what, I would have actually preferred if Mrs. Obadiah had been the sole and main killer (Mrs Voorhees style) the weird guy who worked the meat van was just out of place it wasn't even explained who he was (unless I missed that bit)... Any-ways the film is severely lacklustre, the kills and gore are meaningless, it had no suspense, it was just a fair mess really!

Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

HungYa L (au) wrote: Am never really a fan of Jamie Foxx but his portrayal of Ray Charles is simply uncanny and too brilliant.

Lauren L (br) wrote: One of my all time favorites. I am all of these characters. I've been in all of their places it is all part of life and it was written so beautifully. This film was greatly underappreciated. Not by me. See it and enjoy. Grow. Learn.

Drew B (ag) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. All I need to say is that. Recently I have forgotten the film and only remember vague moments of it. All I really remember is the jumbled up story, and Chris Elliot who played the snowplower who you guessed it, hates kids. The movie had no themes even a child could relate to. I remember one scene where a girl and a boy got into a fight, and she said she had a wasted a whole snow day with him. The movie's cheesy characters also are dull replacements for what should have been a cliche of family movie characters. Nothing in this movie is even close to anything a kid would enjoy. Sadly, it is a total fail and is a terrible movie. This snow day will end really, and i mean really quickly.

Nick P (de) wrote: I saw this movie recently and was very impressed. The characters are very well drawn out and encompass a wide range of immigrant society. It's a very watchable film and it's just a shame that Gurinder Chadha is now off making crap like Dallas: The Movie

Carlos M (kr) wrote: This jingoistic stupidity was obviously made to show the Americans overthrowing the Russians during the Cold War, but what is even worse is that in the end it seems like nothing more than a ridiculous montage of music video clips without any passion or good drama.

anthony e (nl) wrote: It seems a lot of people don't like this film and while I wouldn't try and say this is an all time great it has enough laughs and charm for me and my family. Love it.

Jose Luis M (ca) wrote: Adorable Tatum O'Neal, en esta entretenida pelicula de Peter Bogdanovich, nominada a varios premios el ao de su estreno.

Bob E (ru) wrote: another Hammer classic

Jeff Q (mx) wrote: No Name on the Bullet has a very basic premise: assassin comes to town and nobody knows who he?s gonna kill. One of cinema?s most overused and extremely poorly executed plot devices is the town mob turning in on itself and in my opinion has ruined what would have otherwise been fantastic films. The Mist for example was completely butchered by an unrealistic and overly dramatic mob (IMO). No Name on the Bullet is ripe for the same ruination, but pleasantly tip-toes past the many land mines and delivers a satisfying mostly realistic story. It?s helped along the way with a fantastic low-key yet psychologically mesmerizing performance by Audie Murphy (the assassin). The film is really a character study of paranoia in the human condition, set in the alternate universe we call the western.

Brad S (fr) wrote: this is a masterpiece from one of the giants of Japanese cinema, Kenji Mizoguchi. It is essentially a story about the follies of man, and has a supernatural edge to it. The film is beautifully shot and it's an engaging story. Mizoguchi was right up there with his contemporaries Yasujiro Ozu and Akira Kurosawa. This film is a must see for serious cinema lovers!

Carlos M (mx) wrote: A politically engaged (and very funny) musical that reflects the historical context to which it belongs and, clearly in favor of Roosevelt's New Deal, uses the magical transformation of the limited theater stage into a gigantic cinematic space to show that everything is possible.

Nelson C (ag) wrote: This is a remarkable movie in a number of ways, including the atmospheric footage of Mongolian people and scenery, and the storyline involving the kind of cynical imperialism that is being played out before us to this day. There are also some great shots and sequences. I must confess it took more than one sitting to view, but it's definitely worth a watch.

Michael M (br) wrote: A funny and involving tribute to nostalgia courtesy of Woody Allen.