Zombie Land (DVD)

Zombie Land (DVD)

           Zombie Land (DVD)
               Genre: Comedy, Horror
               Zombie apocalypse, survival
  Right now in the fiercely proclaimed and almost apocalyptic expected pig flu season brings us a Rinderwahnkomödie Ruben Fleischer. Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), one hundred percent and bred, American nerd with zero percent of social bonding is visited one day by his beautiful neighbor who knocks on his door completely desperate. The fact that something can not vote, he will be clear when the latest bosomy beauty hides in his arms to protect themselves from the man who has bitten her on the street in the leg. His luck, he still has not quite understood, since the queen of hearts suddenly developed a strong desire for his guts. Even before he ever kissed a girl, he must kill one, even though technically it was already, because the blonde was a zombie and the youngest victim of a disease that makes, thanks to a BSE-contaminated hamburger whole America in a very short time advertisement. The fact that people seemed to him anyway and he has always been funny with their aggressive behavior in high school has learned to cope well, and his keen knowledge of zombie behavior rules that make Columbus one of the few successful survivors. True to the motto “The sooner the better!” He soon get to Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), a completely crazy cowboy. In real life, a Tallahassee-nothing, although just barely in front of completely going crazy, but at the same time he has blossomed into the best zombie killer in the world. The two unequal outsider reluctantly team up to labor to enthirnen zombies and to drive through America in the desperate search for the last surviving Twinkie cake. But before they find it, they are one of sisters (Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin ripped off) or without cars and weapons left behind. Columbus “survival rules” are some absolute sense (rule # 1: Endurance), partly his neuroses (Rule No. 2 Beware of bathrooms) due and offer the perfect blend of irony and indulgence of Nerdwissen unpunished. It’s just incredibly fun to watch when he squeaked like a girl runs away from the zombie horde, while Tallahassee armed only with a banjo, causes a massacre. Harrelson’s character is like the funny version of the mass murderer from Natural Born Killers Mickey. It was impossible not to find it amusing when zombies with musical instruments, car doors, electric bread knives and other flat objects makes absurd. Actually, the difference from Natural Born Killers, only the motivation of the murder and the fact that its victims – technically – are already dead anyways. What sounds like a typical terrible trash film turns out to be in the first minute as a skillfully staged pop zombie comedy. Zombie Land is both slapstick and loving homage to a genre, who has been up since Bela Lugosi The White Zombie (1932) mischief in the cinema. For all the charm is lost from the film, however, and in its self-produced aesthetic. Some special effects are pretty mediocre, and therefore sometimes spoil the fun at the otherwise quite spectacular carnage. On closer examination, one stumbles here and there about inconsistencies in the story. But you have much time to fret not, for Zombieland is very fast. Refreshingly quick but not too fast Fleischer leads from a hair-raising scene in the next. It is mainly only the performers, not the splatter or Horrorelemtente carrying this film. In particular, Eisenberg Harrelson and perfecting the game on the narrow border between irony and Gaga, the small Patzer make absolutely void, and take the country into the League of Zombie Shaun of the Dead. Fleischer’s work is not only flashy popcorn cinema. As is fitting for a zombie movie is packed it subtle as the grand master of the genre, George Romero, a bitter reckoning with the American society. Not for nothing is a burger cause of the disaster. Zombieland is entertaining, charming and funny and comes in times of crisis and pandemic just right for the encouragement of the masses. (Beatrice Behn)
  Title: Zombie Land (DVD) Country of production: USA Production year: 2009 Length: 84 (Min.) Published at: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German, English EAN: 4030521614246 Extras : , Deleted Scenes, Commentary with actors Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, director Ruben Fleischer, screenwriters Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, looks behind the scenes with “In Search of Zombieland,” “Zombie Land Is Your Land” – The Zombifizierung of the United States, Visual Effects – creation scenes, Demo Trailer

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