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This review is from: Zombieland [DVD]  (DVD)
Disgraceful , no research was carried out the "zombies" were running ? scientists have proved this to be impossible and they were about in daylight ? It was that bad people were laughing at it in the cinema . Shame on you
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Initial post: 24 Nov 2009 12:16:26 GMT
They was laughing cos its a comedy you idiot
Posted on 27 Nov 2009 11:43:46 GMT
I would hate to be sat by you at a party..head would be in the soup quicker than a car door could hit a zombie......
Posted on 27 Nov 2009 12:49:33 GMT
C. Houghton says:
I see 2 options:
1) You're THAT stupid you didn't get the fact it was a comedy
2) This is a tongue-in-cheek review by someone sad enough to spend his time writing joke reviews on Amazon.
Either way, you need to get a life.
Posted on 27 Nov 2009 17:54:06 GMT
Graham Chapman says:
sorry, mate. Fans of this film don't get irony. The film was great (for the kind of person who wets themselves at Only Fools and Horses Christmas Specials).
Posted on 11 Dec 2009 12:07:12 GMT
Daniel Chard says:
I love how you've pointed out that apparently scientists have "proved" that zombies can't run. I can't quite imagine how they did this but I'm enjoying trying to!
Posted on 12 Dec 2009 00:44:38 GMT
Joshua Sayer says:
I've not face palmed for quite a while now but you have broke my streak, I seriously wonder if this guy is serious or just trolling...
Posted on 14 Dec 2009 15:45:18 GMT
J. Bewley says:
Well, see, for a start, zombies are fictional. So no true research can be undertaken about them. Although I am a bit of a zombie 'purist' myself so I can see what you are getting at. A lot of zombie movies get me angry, I usually shout "Zombies wouldn't do that!" haha.
Secondly, zombies are dead people that have reanimated, not vampires. Therefore they can come out during the day. They won't suddenly disintegrate. Even if they did, they wouldn't have the intelligence to hide away, as they have no conscious thought.
Third, of course people were laughing. It is a comedy.
I can just imagine you sitting there, all cross armed and scowling. *grumblemumble.*
Posted on 22 Dec 2009 22:09:11 GMT
Josh Simister says:
haha where are all these scientists doing athlectic tests on unhealthy zombies.
you are aware that zombies are fictional :O and therefore the writer can pretty much make as many differnt rules for them as he likes as there is no right or wrong
Posted on 31 Dec 2009 02:20:58 GMT
Connor D. Beaton says:
No, you're just misinterpreting the term "zombie". It's just an error; the fast zombie concept was spread by films like 28 Days Later, where the zombies weren't actually dead, but infected with a rabies-like virus. Zombieland supports the "dead zombie" theory, according to Columbus' voice-over. However, I propose this theory: it's an infection á la 28 Days Later, and the character who is narrating doesn't know any better than to suggest that these zombies are dead, even though they aren't.
Posted on 1 Jan 2010 16:08:41 GMT
You are quite right. With Zombies being so well studied by scientists, as you point out, it is ridiculous to suggest that they can run or be out in daylight. I have never met a zombie that can move at anything more than slow jog, and as for being out during the day... that is quite ridiculous as everyone knows that by days they are working the tills at Asda.