Watch: Army of the Dead 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – With the abandoned, walled city of Las Vegas overrun with zombies, after a disastrous government fault, billionaire casino magnate Bly Tanaka realises he has left something behind in Sin City: $200 million to be more precise. But for the time being, his mountains of cash are safe behind an impenetrable casino vault. Now, Tanaka is willing to pay $50 million to decorated former mercenary Scott Ward and his hand-picked team to retrieve the money before the US President nukes the entire city. Indeed, this is a life-changing offer Scott cannot refuse; nevertheless, the rules have changed, and this time, the horde of the walking undead seems to be more organised than they might have expected. And, above all, time is running out. Will Ward’s crew return from Vegas in one piece and rich?.
Plot: Following a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, a group of mercenaries take the ultimate gamble: venturing into the quarantine zone to pull off the greatest heist ever attempted.
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|5.7/10 Votes: 172,930
|67% | RottenTomatoes
|57/100 | MetaCritic
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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.
**What happens when you give Zack Snyder complete creative control? A crazy awesome zombie sci-fi action heist joyride!**
Sheer insanity at its ridiculous best! Zack Snyder goes all out with Army of the Dead by throwing as many plot ideas and spin-offs as he can to build his dream movie playground to play in for years at Netflix. Zombies plagues, zombie robots, time travel, multiverse, and who knows what else all flash across the scene and somehow don’t distract from the exciting central story. Dave Bautista leads a crew of expendable mercenaries to break into a vault in the middle of a zombie-filled quarantine zone once known as Las Vegas. The stand-out character in all this is Matthias Schweighöfer‘s Dieter. His comedy and goofiness breathe life into an otherwise wholly gritty film. The nonstop action and gore will satisfy any genre fan. Rather than the typical rescuing of a trapped loved one or VIP, I appreciate the new purpose for battling zombies – money. Zack Snyder goes full throttle, and it definitely pays off! I can wait to see more.
The reviewers say it right: this movie is just bad, sorry Zack.
(Netflix…once again) A stupidly bad film. So much money spent for this rather silly zombie flick and Zack Snyder got a nice paycheck for preparing and executing a script of a 10 year old. I don’t even know where to start with this dumb script and scenes, let alone the enormous runtime of more than 2h, which completely killed this film.
I thought I will see something cool once the starting titles went in; I found that small part a great start for a nice, interesting and intense Zack Snyder film. But little did I know…The dialogue is so bad that it is not even funny, the motivation of the protagonist(s) and the character development are non existent. If you see someone saying this movie is fun then it’s either Netflix social media writers or people that have never ever seen a zombie flick before. Because this is clearly not fun, but more of a money run! 2/10 just for the starting titles.
What happens in Vegas…I didn’t really care.
***Possible mild spoilers ahead ***I had such high hopes for this one. The slow-pacing of the first act promises something more than the typical two-dimensional characters, but it never pays off. When the action finally starts, it’s just a sequence of events – this happens then that happens then something else happens. None of the character choices are driven by their backstories, they just do things to move things along to the next set piece. The pacing if awful. Just when the action gets up some steam, we pause for extended, quiet dialog scenes that add nothing to the story. Arguably the two most intiguing characters – the zombie leader and his…girlfriend? Are given no backstory at all. The action pieces are shot well enough, but nothing is all that original or memorable. The dialog is cringe worthy in a typical Zack Snyder way. The musical choices try too hard to be clever (Elvis singing “We’re caught is a trap…”, the Cranberries classic song “Zombie”…) are just too on the nose to be amusing. Overall the movie is waaaay too long. By the time we hit the 2-hour mark (with another half hour to go!) I had given up caring about any of the charavters and just wanted them to drop the nuke already so I could get on with my life. Snyder fanboys will no doubt love it, as is evident by all the 9 and 10 star reviews, but for the rest of us, this one is easily skipped.
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 win & 4 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital
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)