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True it's not historically accurate: whitewashing some gritty history and basically comparing the Brits to Nazis, but it really is a fun film. Well acted by both Mel Gibson and Jason Isaacs, not to mention Heath Ledger, though this really is a Mel Gibson movie. John Williams' score is sound, which added more to the fight scenes, which were bloody and overall well played. Yes, a true popcorn flick that entertains, but due to its length, standing in at almost 3 hours, some won't be able to sit through this film.
::side note:: Stop the Mel Gibson hating!
This is without a doubt one cool CG movie and one of the best ever. It stuck to the original Final Fantasy 7 video game well, showing the characters years later. No worries though if you haven't played or know what I'm talking about, the movie carries you as it is very much set to stand on its own. Every detail of the action squences are depicted in such high detail that it's downright incredible, even the small details to the way people move is amazing. Now this really is for the fans of the 7th game, but I believe this is also pretty entertaining for everybody with an open mind to something that isn't Pixar related.
I went in with no expectations and I walked away happy, because this was a pretty fun zombie movie playing out like a campy old school delight. The cast was fun and the movie should be sold already with "Billy Zane is a dad that fights zombies." The only problem with this movie really taking off was the last act, from which it started lacking from what the movie was achieving already. In the end, though, The Mad is just a fun horor piece, a father-daughter feel good zombie film, if there ever was one.
This is by far the best thing Ghosthouse Underground has ever dished out, Sam Raimi even approved this one. Housing homages from movies to video games, Dance of the Dead should satisfy zombie fans with its humor, but probably underwhelm the rest expecting Shaun of the Dead or Zombieland.
I personally expected more, but it is barely a cut above average, though I couldn't hand it a 3 1/5. This is for fans of B Movie Legend Bruce Campbell ONLY, so don't expect to know a lot if you don't know who Bruce Campbell is (shame on you). Loaded with jokes, B movie style, and pop culture references, My Name is Bruce should satisfy the fans, so if you're a fan seek this out and sit back and laugh at the craziness.