Die-ner (get It?) (2009) - Rotten Tomatoes

Die-ner (get It?) (2009)

Die-ner (get It?)





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A serial killer holds a bickering couple and a small-town sheriff hostage in a greasy-spoon diner while fending off the starving legions of the undead during the zombie apocalypse.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Patrick Horvath
In Theaters:
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Larry Purtell
as Sheriff Duke Purdett
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contains spoilers: very interesting movie, there were some really funny but stupid parts in the movie, it was unique but the acting sucked, It wasn't very realistic at all, and at times i just wondered what the hell they were doing especially the first time when they knocked the guy down.. and he was lying unconcious they wouldn't be stabbing him in the head, because then they'd be too blame theyd call the cops, or escape or something.. Very over the top and wasn't that funny 10 minutes into the first zombie part onwards.

The above description lends way more philosophical depth to this film than it actually has. Essentially a bottle film that never leaves one room, you could perhaps compare it to Sartre's "No Exit" or Beckett's "Endgame," but that is giving it way more credit than it deserves. In essence, it is just a bad zombie film that gets rather boring before the end, which is saying a lot considering it is only 75 minutes.

First I want to point out the only actor I enjoyed 100%. That was Joshua Grote. Now the rest of the cast was pretty good at their parts. Not all the zombies though, some of the zombies were pretty bad. This film has a lot of dialog in it and Grote is speaking most of it. His character is not all there in the head and he did a great job of acting that way. I enjoyed watching him talk. But too much talking in the film lead to being a little bored. There was a couple gore scenes, but no real excitement. The scare factor was low too. Also there was some things that they touched base on in the film that were never resolved. One important thing had to do with Grote's character and I wish they would of resolved it. But overall it was a fun movie to watch. But it had just as many good moments as bad ones.

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