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7.61 h 27 min2009X-RayHDRUHD15
Nerdy college student Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) has and gun-toting, Twinkie-loving Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) are about to stare down their most horrifying challenge yet: each other's company. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin co-star in this double-hitting, head-smashing comedy.
Ruben Fleischer
Ashley LambertWoody HarrelsonJesse Eisenberg
English [CC]
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Emma StoneAbigail BreslinAmber HeardBill MurrayDerek Graf
Gavin Polone
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4.6 out of 5 stars

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The Movie DioramaReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 October 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Zombieland is sugary, spicy and with a little dash of Murray.
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Zombieland is sugary, spicy and with a little dash of Murray. While 'Shaun of the Dead' started the trend of blending the undead with self-referential comedy (and arguably the better film), Zombieland puts the "Z" in zany. Both a survival horror and a road trip comedy that has just enough memorability to justify its ridiculously short runtime, ultimately leaving the audience wanting more. After the world is ravaged by the walking dead, four individuals travel to California in search for sanctuary and nostalgia. It immediately starts with a montage of clips that outlines the rules our protagonist abides by. Ranging from the sensible fastening your seatbelt and maintaining cardio to the more specific such as avoiding public bathrooms. Accompanied with quirky narration, these are adhered to throughout the film and provide several scenes of callback humour. The characters are quickly introduced and grouped together as they journey to Pacific Playland, each harnessing personalities that make them relatable. Columbus is exaggeratively awkward whereas Tallahassee is the Twinkie-loving badass who relishes in slaying zombies. Perfect casting choices with Eisenberg and Harrelson, with the two exhuming onscreen chemistry. It makes for sufficient, albeit predictable, character interactions and development. Some of the humour misses, but for the most part it works well. The laughs do not come from "double tapping" zombies, but rather the quips and dialogue between these survivors. The highlight being the complete ten minute sequence set in Bill Murray's mansion, with an ingenious cameo from himself. There's just something about him reenacting 'Ghostbusters' that puts a twinkle in my left eye. More often than not, scenes are rushed in an attempt to stuff the film with as much content as possible. Realistically the runtime needed to be twenty minutes longer to further flesh out the characters and the romance. Still, Tallahassee got his Twinkie, and that's all that matters. Zombieland is just as amusing as the amusement park it concludes with. Bloody good fun. Sequel please!
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gawaintheveganReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 February 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
nut up or shut up!!!
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watched on a hisense 50" 4k tv + xbonex as the disc player.

i am not generally a fan of the modern, faster moving zombie but zombieland is the movie exception that proves the rule. excellent casting makes invest your time in them and this is repaid with a rollercoaster ride (literally, at one point) of a movie. with one of the best cameos ever seen in a movie (take a bow bill murray) the blood and gore is balanced by some genuinely laugh out loud moments and some real pathos.

the 4k disc allows you to see this movie presented in its best form and is well worth a rewatch before watching the sequel zombieland double tap.
SarugumoReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 April 2010
4.0 out of 5 stars
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`Zombieland' is a pretty decent Zom-com and manages to be both gross and funny at the same time. This follows four people who are trying to survive in Zombieland (a decimated America) and who decide to stick together after a tricky meeting. They are headed to LA to go to Pacific Playland and try to avoid Zombies on the way. This open with funny Zombie evasion/survival rules which are added to throughout the film. The graphics for these rules pop up on the screen and are often knocked over or moved by the action on screen which is a novel touch. There is excellent acing from all involved and Woody Harrelson is as great as we have come to expect. There is also a cameo from another well known actor which makes for a funny five minutes in the film. This has a good soundtrack with a good mix of metal and other music to give the right balance of action and sentiment to the film. This is way better than I thought it would be and although it gets compared to `Shaun of the Dead' they are different movies really and just as enjoyable as each other in their own ways. This doesn't take itself too seriously and as long as you aren't expecting a full on zombie horror movie (although this is certainly gory, but with a pinch of salt) then this should make for just under 90 minutes entertaining viewing.

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Scaroth, Last of the JagarothReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 December 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Almost the 'perfect movie'
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Like others here I didn't really know what to expect from this movie, however to say I was pleasantly surprised would be an understatement! Woody Harrelson is superb as the nomadic 'Twinkie'-obsessed zombie-slayer with (very well) hidden depths, while the utterly gorgeous Emma Stone and nerdy Jesse Eisenberg of The Social Network fame spark off one another nicely, as they, along with Abigail Breslin's deceptively innocent 'Little Rock', attempt to travel to a mythical place where it is said there are no zombies and where they can live peacefully.
Spewing black bile and chowing-down on whoever they meet, the zombies themselves are deliciously disgusting, but it is the hilariously black comic tone created chiefly by Harrelson that makes this film such a joy - a cameo from Bill Murray is the icing on the cake, and director Ruben Fleischer has to be credited with making, along with Warm Bodies, what is arguably one of the two finest zombie flicks to date.
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Mark WhitakerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 January 2011
4.0 out of 5 stars
great fun, plenty of laughs and a standout performance from Woody Harrelson
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I originally recorded this film on sky+ having seen it advertised during it's release and never thinking much of it or having any real desire to see it... just shows how wrong you can be.
A hugely enjoyable film with some fantastic deadpan comic timing and delivery from its main stars. Woody Harrelson is brilliant in a role that seems to fit him perfectly. For a Zombie Horror/comedy the gore is there in all the right places, though always handled in a comic way.
The cameo, mentioned in most reviews of the film, will bring a huge smile to anyone's face who was born/grew up in the 80s like me and adds some well placed laughs.
For a film I had so little expectation of I cannot recommend the film enough! it's not an Oscar contender, it isn't going to go down as an all time great, but for pure enjoyment, laughs and re-watch value anytime you need a smile putting on your face, this is a fantastic film.
On Blu-ray the picture and sound are top notch.
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Rebecca GoodmanReviewed in the United Kingdom on 05 August 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
A must watch
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Arrived in brilliant condition and quickly too.
Love this film, it is hilarious and I you cannot sit through it without laughing.
Not going to lie, it is quite gory but it is still brilliant.
If you have not seen it yet then you will love it.
I highly recommend
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JAYDABARONReviewed in the United Kingdom on 03 September 2011
5.0 out of 5 stars
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I think it was made brilliantly imagine after the fear an heartbreak of losin everything in your life they would be humour in things you do . you can have a laugh and a giggle even when all is lost its just human nature. they is a lot of sense in his rule book from the hero of the film "the double tap and cardio" i did nothing but laugh for first 5 mins . the gore factor is just as good as any zombie film out there especially the slo mo effects at start of the movie and what a tune to kick it off "metallica for whom the bell tolls" i was surprised of the cameo appearance too.... its non stop they is the odd calm part to gel the movie together very well .
Its very tongue and cheek with a good portion of gore and well worth a watch
Rob WrightReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 December 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Woody H at his best. Bill Murray is great, remember. Stick to the rules.
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I don’t want to ruin it for anyone, I’m not a mad zombie fest fan, but this film is brilliant. Bill Murray, again not the biggest fan, but in this, absolutely great. Quotes everywhere, watch it over and over. Then take a break, take the Browns to the Super Bowl and watch it again
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