The only reason I am giving this a 6 is because George Romero created the best horror film of all time in 1967, the original Night of the Living Dead, but that was in 1967, before we had seen the Excorcist and every other movie that came out where a Zombie had to eat a peanut butter sandwich or it would not survive. The only redeeming quality that this movie has is that it reminds us how zombie like and robotic we humans have become, especially when we are so awed by fireworks. The movie should have found more examples like that... perhaps the obsession for make-up or the right blue jeans. I guess Romero is reminding us that we should not ignore life and live it while we are alive and to leave the zombie like existence for the dead. This is too deep for my own good.
|6/10||riverdalekid@ - 199 reviews|
25.6.2005 - age: 50+
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