Zombieland would benefit greatly if there was some Frank Zappa on the soundtrack, just sayin’.
In this Americanized Shaun of the Dead
, we have four main characters; Woody Harrelson plays the gun-toating badass Tallahassee, Jessie Eisenberg plays Columbus, his dweeby sidekick and our hero, Emma Stone is the hottie and that girl from Little Miss Sunshine
is her sister. They inhabit an America that has been infested with zombies. I don’t need to describe the zombies, they are the same as most zombies, not the new-age super-fast ones that jump out of nowhere for kicks and flash across the screen, more in the classic mold. Anyways most humans are dead and these folks are merely trying to survive. Read more…
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By Tim Morrison and Kevin Wetmore
A return to form by Terry Gilliam, Wim Wenders, John Carpenter and Francis Ford Coppola- These once great directors have all lost their way. Coppola has shown some signs of life with Tetro and Youth Without Youth, now lets try to match Apocalypse Now. As for Gilliam, we are excited to see The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, I wish Gilliam would stay away from the CGI stuff though. Here’s to hoping he finally makes The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, as he hinted he may. John Carpenter should reunite with Kurt Russell and create one more example of genre-film badassery. As for Wenders, the great German new wave artist may sadly be a lost cause. -KW
Could this have been Gilliam's masterpiece?
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