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Daniel Corleone's Movie Reviews (1781)

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28 Weeks Later 
28 Weeks Later review
2.5/4 stars

Don (Robert Carlyle) and his wife, Alice (Catherine McCormack) tries to escape the infected humans. Sergeant Doyle (Jeremy Renner) and his friend, Flynn (Harold Perrineau) try to save the survivors Tammy, Andy and Major Scarlet Ross (Rose Byrne). Tries to combine the camera styles of Bourne Ultimatum and Blair Witch. The story moves slow but the action and gore was bountiful. It showcases better location settings and soundtrack; however the conclusion depletes the overall story. The pushing of the eyes was taken from 28 Days, and the family’s story was just too depressing and the military exhibits stupidity by even killing the uninfected people. It likewise wastes the talented Renner as he dies with the idiocy of his comrades. Some of the performances were at times irritating, sometimes to the point of it being Hollywoodish. Pace of the story telling, style, script and aura wasn’t even close to the original. This sequel aim is to terrify without using logic in terms of the pictures quality. It has succeeded with the scares; overall it was a decent horror film.


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