Columbus has made a habit of running from what scares him. Tallahassee doesn't have fears. If he did, he'd kick their ever-living ass. In a world overrun by zombies, these two are perfectly evolved survivors. But now, they're about to stare down the most terrifying prospect of all: each other.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Amber Heard, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin, Woody Harrelson, ,
- Director:Ruben Fleischer,
- Writer:Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick
The film revolves around two men manage to survive in a world full of zombies. Columbus is a weak man - but fear too large carnivorous zombies to help him survive. Tallahassee is a hero to kill zombies, who wants to kill the last zombie on earth. When they join with Wichita and Little Rock,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: The Aquaman at the end is so cool. JLA forever.
(kr) wrote: Film d'animation de zombies assez drole, de plus, la creation de ce projet ne repose que sur les epaules d'une seule personne, c'est un travail de titan, mais malheuresement, le film en souffre un peu
(it) wrote: Oh Aamir Khan in 90`s those were nice Movies. Sarfarosh is not on my top ten list. Watchable.
(ru) wrote: Band of Brothers raised the bar for the genre, but this is a very solid, short war movie concentrating on an attempt to capture a bridge at Hurtgen Forest. Ron Eldard leads a squad very much against his wishes, showing a different picture to the brotherhood portrayed in BoB. His motivations are purely personal, colouring his leadership and courage. This is a low budget effort from '98, and the dialogue is stilted, but the action is intense and brutal, displaying the chaos and fear to great effect. Worth a look for sure, but don't expect the glitz of Hollywood.
(jp) wrote: A well-done film from John Frankenheimer about a secret plan by the Pentagon brass to overthrow the President in a coup. Released in 1964 and set during Cold War tensions of the near future, the film offers a paranoid conspiratorial reaction to controversial nuclear policies. One gets the feeling that while this film was based on a recent novel by Rod Sterling, the character of President Lyman is based, at least in part on President Kennedy. While pursuing a thoughtful approach to the nuclear problem and the Cold War, Kennedy earned no friends among the more hawkish members of our government and there are countless theories out there that have skirted around the real-life possibility of a situation just as this one. Much of the specifics of the conspiracy are glossed over and we're left with a fairly light, breezy plot, accessible to the masses. I'd have liked to have seen a more complex examination of the conspiracy and the conspirators motivations. Frankenheimer knows his way around political thrillers and this film is no exception. Excellent performances from all involved, especially Kirk Douglas as the Director of the Joint Chiefs in the whistle-blower role and Fredric March as the polarizing president seeking a nuclear disarmament treaty with the Russians. Ava Gardner is underused in the film and one gets the feeling that many of her scenes were left on the cutting room floor. The film was remade by HBO Films in 1994 as THE ENEMY WITHIN. The DVD features a commentary from the always-interesting Frankenheimer who offers a great deal of insight to the story and the filmmaking process.
(ca) wrote: At first I felt like this film was very foreign to me as the things that were going on just didn't make any sense. Add that it wasn't very scary due to the main character knowing and kinda being ok with ghosts being around.Then the story takes a twist and things get a little scarier. Then another twist... and another twist and soon this film is so mixed up that I'm not even sure the filmmakers knew what was going on. In the end, it becomes a pretty straight forward ghost story but by this point, it's too late.
(ca) wrote: What are critics talking about? I've never been able to stomach the whole film.
(us) wrote: Not to bad for a teen vampire movie