Dawn Of The Dead (Unrated Director's Cut)

Dawn Of The Dead (Unrated Director's Cut)

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Official Release Date Jun 28, 2011
Starring Sarah Polley, Ving Rhames, Jake Weber, Mekhi Phifer, Ty Burrell, Michael Kelly
Director Zack Snyder
Screen Format Widescreen
Video Format 2.35:1
Audio Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS, DTS-HD Master Audio
Language English, French, Spanish
Subtitles English, French, Spanish
Year 2004
Running Time 110 minutes
Genre Horror
Version  US
Restricted - Viewers younger than 17 require accompaniment of a parent or adult guardian.
PAX-Code PAX0004354414
Item Code  0025192108006


When Hell reaches its capacity, the United States is overrun with millions of corpses that have returned to the Earth as blood-thristy zombies. In the small town of Everett, Washington, a small group of survivors take refuge at the local mall.


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Clessy (46) on 19, Sep. 2005 06:24 (HKT)
I\'m loving it
This movie delievers in anything you\'d ever want in a zombie movie. Its pointless its fun and its a good movie. The visuals are impressive and the story keeps a great pase making flowe nicelly. If you like zombie movies you should like this movie. I love all 4 titles in the main dead series.
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adam_296 (23) on 18, Nov. 2004 08:46 (HKT)
Best Zombie Movie i\'ve seen so far.
i havent seen many REAL zombie movies, i\'ve seen Resident Evil, 28 days later, and house of the dead but all of those weren\'t zombie movies in their purest forms. Dawn of the Dead 2004 is a pure and enjoyable piece of Zombi-fied goodness that\'s made me a definate fan.
I loved the characters, even though some were 1 dimensional, and i loved the simplistic storyline.
All in all, Dawn of teh Dead 2004 was a incredibly fun and exciting movie, man that music was good!

oh yeah and CJ ROCKS!!
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Zombiefan1212 on 24, Oct. 2004 04:05 (HKT)
Amazing Movie. Very Realistic.
This remake of George A. Romero’s so called, overrated 1978 “classic” provides the most in entertainment value. Bringer us much faster and dangerous form of the living dead than its 1978 counterpart. Offering much more fun, excitement, and zombies than any other zombie movie. More blood, characters, and media footage. This movie is a great experience for people of all ages, and even the hardcore Romero fans.
This movie does not bother with “consumerism” like Romero’s version did, which portrays “consumerism“ inaccurately. This one focuses more on the conflicts between the many survivors in the mall. It shows the viewers how the world slowly loses control, and is overrun by living dead creatures. This also reveals how the media lies to the world, and provides it with false information. A world completely lifeless and full of the living dead.
First time director, Zack Snyder makes a very impress movie directing debut. Bringing some of the most interesting shots ever filmed. Such as, an aerial shot at the beginning of the film that shows all the chaos and destruction around the world, a shot from the beginning of the movie where the camera is placed in front of Ana’s (Sarah Polley) car just over the hood, and an aerial shot at the end where CJ (Michael Kelley) blows up the bus to save the rest of the survivors while the zombies continue to run towards it.
This movie offers some very realistic blood and gore. One example is the fact that it has a red color like real blood. There were no scenes involving people being ripped open, but that makes the movie more realistic. Zombies ripping people open, then eating shows intelligence. The zombies in the movie are not supposed to be intelligent. They are supposed to act on instinct. They would not rip people open.
This is a very realistic movie. Involving realistic gore, media footage, and world destruction. While being able to make the movie, fun, fast, and exciting. This movie beats out all the zombie movies in history. Including those pathetic movies made by George Romero. Definitely a movie the entire world should see.

Entertainment = 10/10
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soph5898 (2) on 22, Sep. 2004 00:44 (HKT)
Cool remake of the classic Dawn of the Dead
As remakes go i have to give this a thumbs up. The usual zombie movie criteria is there along with a few suprising new things such as the speed at which these things move. Now we all know what its like watching zombie movies thinking that those who have been caught and served up for lunch, deserve it due to their lack of being able to escape a thing that moves slower than a snail and is dumber than the nail on a duck billed platapus. However, this movies sees us moving away from this tedious aspect and makes one think that if this was real would they survive? Anyway i strongly recommend this movie for avid zombie fans and for those for whom it will be their first time. A film packed with blood, gore, moaning and laughs. What more could you want? (Maybe a part 2)
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