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Arguably one of the finest horror comedies of all time to watch online or free download for that matter. This is Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead, and since its release in ’04, there have been a good number of wannabes. Based on the trailers for Zombieland, however, I thought that the film had some serious potential to match Shaun in terms of quality, possibly even usurp it. Having seen the film, I’m happy to say that Zombieland does just that. Don’t forget you can Zombieland (2009) free download or Zombieland (2009) watch online the full movie in Filmxy.
Unlike many comedies in recent memory, in which the majority of laughs are already provided by the trailer, Zombieland is filled to the brim with laugh-out-loud moments, thanks largely to the brilliant cast. Eisenberg is awesome as the main protagonist, Columbus, portraying that sense of vulnerability and awkwardness, without becoming too Michael Cera-like. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin are also terrific as the sweet, yet tough Wichita and the more-mature-than-she-seems Little Rock, respectively.
The real stand-out performance, though, is Woody Harrelson as the Twinkie-lovin’, zombie-hatin’ Tallahassee. Next to that of Woody Boyd on Cheers and Frasier, this is definitely the best performance of his career. There’s also a painfully hilarious cameo appearance about mid-way through the film that would be a crime to spoil. Suffice it to say, this is – hands-down – the best cameo that I’ve ever seen in a film.
The most surprising aspect of Zombieland, to me, is how much heart there is. All of the characters feel warm and alive, and what drama there is to be found feels extremely sincere. Ultimately, you feel invested in the story and the characters, which – I think – is the most important thing any film of any genre can do.
Zombieland has instantly become a horror favorite of mine (comedic or otherwise). The – for the lack of a better word – quotable dialogue, consistently hysterical tone, and endearing characters, all come together to create a film that will undoubtedly become a cult classic.
User 1 Review:
Great story of an elderly man, Abner Meecham, put into a nursing home by his son. He is depressed by the place and runs away, heading back to his farm. When he arrives he finds another family (Choates) has leased the farm from his son and intends to buy it. Meecham acts his ornery self in an effort to drive the Choates from the farm. Lorenzo Choate and Meecham engage in a brutal battle of wills that shows the lengths to which desperation and the need to hold on to the past will drive men to actions most would consider tragic. Holbrook and McKinnon are both magnificent and Barry Corbin plays well as Meecham's only friend. Very well done and engrossing.
User 2 Review:
Overall, a great film with a great cast. The conflict between Abner (Hal Holbrook)and Lonzo (Ray McKinnon)ranges from hilarious to dangerous, which always makes you wonder what each of the men are going to do next to get back at each other. I loved the relationship between Abner and Pamela (Mia Wasikowska) as it transformed from the little-girl-bothering-the-old-coot to grandpa-figure-protecting-the-younger-generation. Overall, I felt the movie was well done. For me, I was slightly disappointed with the ending. I was expecting more to come from the conflict. In the end, this is a film I would suggest others to see if they want to see a film that's both comedic and thriller/action.
User 3 Review:
A slightly slow first act is the only thing I can hold against this fine film. Abner is set up as the stalwart hero, but that unravels with every flashback. Lonzo is set up as the no-account interloper, but that unravels with every shot of him staring at failure creeping up on him or doing a good turn. Everyone in this is excellent, reserved and poignant and complicated. The scenery is idyllic, and it looks like a peaceful place to fight over and it must be hard for anyone to walk away from such a place or such a fight.
User 4 Review:
Brilliant movie... Holbrook is as ever stellar, and turns in a beautiful nuanced performance here, and Ray McKinnon (the Reverend from Deadwood) is fantastic. 2 flawed main characters - with whom do you sympathize? McKinnon's Choat is a bastard alright, but his family are good and kind. Holbrook's Meecham just wants his home back, but he's no saint either. Walton Goggins (also starring as Holbrook's son) and Ray McKinnon's production company are behind this and I'd love to see more from them.