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28 Days Later...


Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Noah Huntley, Christopher Dunne View All


Danny Boyle (Director), Alex Garland (Screenplay) View All

Release: Oct. 31st, 2002
Runtime: 1 hour, 53 minutes
Twenty-eight days after a killer virus was accidentally unleashed from a British research facility, a small group of London survivors are caught in a desperate struggle to protect themselves from the infected. Carried by animals and humans, the virus turns those it infects into homicidal maniacs -- and it's absolutely impossible to contain.
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Another probable temptation that the film avoided was its avoidance of becoming an overly patriotic, propaganda, look-how-great (no pun intended)-Britain-is kind of film, which films like 2012 took the fatal mistake of choosing (except in that case, its pro-America, in literally every aspect) and it would have been easy to have made the British military look infallible and nothing but heroic and fantastic, yet they didnt, and instead they used them as a kind of tool to explore humanity and morality within extreme circumstances, and due to the authenticity of the entire film, this has got to be the pinnacle of exploring our societies within the zombie sub-genre.
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If you want a fun time with zombies, take a look at 28 Days Latter.
While the film has drawn some flack for its third act involving the main group of survivors meeting a platoon of soldiers who are holed up in a mansion, by this point in the film it's a welcome change of pace from the extremely repetitive zombie-survival structure of the rest of the film (even if it does feel like a somewhat derivative and condensed version of Day of the Dead).
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