The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This strenuous zombie yukfest is no more sophisticated than its nail-on-head title -- making it a joke no smarter than the movies it riffs on.
Matthew Leutwylers horror movie about six young people trapped in a creepy small town goes for parody and fails.
It's hard not to like a movie in which the leader of the zombies uses a decapitated head as a hand puppet.
The blood is raspberry syrup, the gags gag, and the film virtually falls over itself informing us how lame it is.
I laughed, I marveled at Gina Philips and Ever Carradine, and did I mention that I laughed?
If you're in the mood for zombie splatter fest filled with cool rockabilly tunes, Dead & Breakfast is where you need to end up.
Reminds me of the slightly retarded mutt in a room full of intelligent purebreds. Yes, it may 'sit' when it's told to 'roll over,' but it tries its best to please you.
A parsing of better splatter flicks; like a Cliff's Note, it's good for cheating but bad for a screenplay.
...there's not a whole lot here worth recommending.
This little independent gorefest serves up creativity and campiness almost from beginning to end.
It takes more than a singing narrator and an unusual finale to set you apart from the dozens of other zombie flicks being released every week.
Dead and Breakfast has a lot of yuck, but only a few yuks.
To me...this film is just one big joke. If it weren't a musical, (yeah, I said musical) I would probably give it a chhance, despite the non-funny humor. However, there was blood, so I'll give it just a little credit. Otherwise, it is terrible. Do not watch it.
Not necessarily "The U.S. answer to Shaun Of The Dead", but a fun flick with lots of gore.
Dull and very cheap.
God only know why sum of these actors got into this film.
This movie was kind of amusing. I think the best part was that country minstrel-type guy who tunred into a rapper after he died. This movie really ran with the post-modern zombie movie premise and kind of descended too far into camp for my taste. It had some really funny moments and the gore was really well done, but it was missing something. Hrad to put my finger on.
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