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Dawn of the Dead

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During an ever-growing epidemic of zombies that have risen from the dead, two Philadelphia SWAT team members, a traffic reporter, and his television-executive girlfriend seek refuge in a secluded shopping mall.

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I liked the movie Dawn of the Dead, thanks to the boring dialogue between the characters and the really intriguing moment of their interaction with each other, 127 min minutes of time were well spent.

A brilliant script that was something out of the ordinary for 1978, coupled with skillful directorial work, turned this movie into an example of good cinematography.

The main theme of the movie is not new for , but the director managed to reveal it quite realistically, plus the characters are not made of cardboard, you want to analyze their actions.

George A. Romero set the movie at a frantic pace, all 127 min minutes, from start to finish, the action does not let go, while it goes harmoniously, without sudden jumps and plot failures.

George A. Romero created the very movie, after watching which you want to erase your memory in order to watch it again, and again, like for the first time, feel the whole range of vivid emotions.

The movie keeps tight grip on until the final credits, despite the fact that Christine Forrest, Clayton Hill, Clayton McKinnon, Daniel Dietrich, David Crawford, David Early, David Emge, Debra Gordon, Donald Rubinstein, Fred Baker, Gaylen Ross, George A. Romero, Greg Besnak, Howard Smith, James A. Baffico, Jese Del Gre, John Amplas, John Rice, Joseph Pilato, Ken Foree, Marty Schiff, Michael Gornick, Mike Christopher, Pasquale Buba, Patrick McCloskey, Randy Kovitz, Richard France, Rik Billock, Rod Stouffer, Roy Frumkes, Sara Venable, Scott H. Reiniger, Sharon Ceccatti, Taso N. Stavrakis, Ted Bank, Tom Savini, Warner Shook performed their roles rather weakly, probably Stanislavsky himself would have told them: `I don’t believe`.