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It's OK
TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews16 October 2009
This is found on the Shaun of the Dead DVD, and is arguably the only real featurette on there. Whether that makes it more or less acceptable that it's not all that is up to the individual. It consists of interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips of the film. The running time is just over 7 minutes, and I suppose for that amount, some would insist that it doesn't need to be terribly informative. For what it tries to be, it certainly is fine. It's simply mainly promotional. Almost everything you're told in this, you'll get from watching the movie, which is also funnier to do. Not sure this'll even sell you on a viewing as much as one of the awesome trailers that's merely a menu away. The pacing is good. It's not boring, and it's well-edited throughout the entire thing. This entertains reasonably well, though it's typically from the jokes and gags seen in the bits of the flick used here, and not as much the anecdotes and explanations. Honestly, I don't like to say so, but this does seem kind of unnecessary and extraneous. I recommend this to those who are interested in it. 5/10
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Great Movie Lotta Laughs
sirkaraoke18 September 2006
Recommend to all a must see will die laughing some pretty good acting and special effects. It is fun for adults would not recommend for kids under 17 as the language is a bit racy. There are some scenes that are a little graphic otherwise i would recommend for all to view. Tagline: It's just one of those days when you're feeling a little...dead. Plot Outline A man decides to turn his moribund life around by winning back his ex-girlfriend, reconciling his relationship with his mother, and dealing with an entire community that has returned from the dead to eat the living. Plot Synopsis: Shaun isn't having the greatest of times: the staff at the appliance store he works in doesn't take him very seriously as temporary boss; his girlfriend Liz has had enough of always meeting at the Winchester Arms along with his best mate; and his relationship with his dad--sorry, stepdad--remains heavily fraught. And now the living dead have risen and are spreading their zombie curse to everyone into which they can get their teeth. Just doesn't seem worth getting out of bed some days
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