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Great watch, would watch again, and can recommend.
Probably the worst part of this is a trend I’m noticing from some movies I’ve been seeing recently where they show you what could be a better movie, in the movie.
While this starts with a “patient zero” style opening, they then skip past the movie I want to see to the last possible story from the opening event.
This movie does do a lot though, and has a lot of moving parts at any given time.
Batista is amazing, and everyone sort of gets lost around him, I can’t tell if that’s because he’s a giant or if the movie wants it that way: the cast all does a fantastic job in their roles.
The movie does a couple things that I don’t typically enjoy in movies: smart zombies, obvious traitors, and secret motivations. It’s like if SHIELD was in “I am Legend” and Black Widow kept tripping everyone else to get a rare Pokemon card.
That said, they show a fantastic amount of detail and complexity to a society that is barely explored, adding a wonderful flavor to the story.
Zach Snyder is a director I have an incredible amount of respect for. He has a truly original vision, he makes films unlike anyone else, and he seems to relish being a bit of an outsider who somehow gets to make whatever he wants. Sort of like this generation’s version of 90’s/00’s Robert Rodriguez.
Yet, try as I might I just can’t seem to actually enjoy his films. I won’t bother going into it because personally I’d prefer not enjoying a wacky Zach Snyder film then being mildly entertained by most mainstream fluff that seem crafted by algorithms.
If you like Snyder’s films this one will most likely be a real joy. If you don’t this one won’t win you over. Either way, I hope he gets to keep making his manic fever dreams because we need more films with authentic voices.
Lazy script, lazy direction, lazy acting and screen play.
It is difficult to watch complete movie without getting irritated.
With his latest zombie movie – Snyder proves that the genius behind ‘Dawn of the Dead’ was James Gunn.
James Gunn would have had so much fun writing the script for the concept behind ‘Army of the Dead’. Gunn’s dark sense of humor and wit is sorely lacking in Zack Snyder’s unofficial follow-up to Dawn. Dawn had a script that actually evolved the genre into a modern setting – and contained convincing characters with believable motivations. The characters in Dawn weren’t carbon copies of each other. Every single character in Army is presented as guys (and gals) with guns. It doesn’t matter what their back story is (we’re shown very little of it). They’re handed guns and from that point on for the rest of the movie – they miraculously transform into efficient zombie killers. That’s the extent of their character development. The characters in Dawn were each fully fleshed out people who are tossed into a circumstance beyond their control – forced to learn to put up with each other and learn to work with each other. Relationships and sub-relationships are born, and as a result you connected with them as you watched them adapt to the challenges of their new existence. And you feel it when they die. Everyone dies in Army – and you don’t care about a single one of them.
Snyder’s new movie is also barely a zombie movie. Dawn wasn’t a great zombie movie simply because it had the walking dead in it. Gunn made the effort to set up a believable world in which the dead come back and they present a clear, specific danger to the living. Gunn’s script convincingly shows how survivors would be forced to adapt to such a world. And Gunn did it without skirting around logic and common sense. Gunn’s world set up rules. If you want to survive in that world – you adhere to those rules. Snyder’s Army tosses logic out the door for the sake of setting up a series of action and visual sequences. Snyder repeatedly breaks what little rules he defined. But that sacrifice of logic means the sacrifice of any REAL consequential drama or suspense. You watch characters get killed in Army – one after the other – and it doesn’t mean anything. While in Dawn – each character’s death is felt by other characters (and by the audience) in a real and often devastating way.
And it is that brutal reality presented in Dawn that makes the zombies in that movie feel like a REAL threat. Even when zombies aren’t in the scene in Dawn – the audience feels their ominous presence just outside the barricaded doors and walls of the mall. In Army – the zombies feel – ironically – like Vegas recreations of zombies. Like animatronic zombies – they have no weight to them. As if they only exist as moving targets for the people with guns. Monsters in a first person shooter game. Snyder’s choice to give them the ability to think and plan and have emotions (and apparently reproduce) ironically only makes them that much more cartoonish. They could very well have been werewolves, or vampires, or aliens.
It is obvious Snyder had no inkling of the genius that Gunn brought to Dawn. Because – unfortunately – Army of the Dead is completely devoid of that genius.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 28 min (148 min)
Genre Action, Crime, Horror
Director Zack Snyder
Writer Zack Snyder, Shay Hatten, Joby Harold
Actors Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Ana de la Reguera
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Red Monstro, Leitz M 0.8 and Canon Lenses
Laboratory Company 3, Los Angeles (CA), USA (color and finish), EC3 (digital dailies)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Dolby Vision, Redcode RAW (8K) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema, Video (UHD)