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While a bit overlong, the film has several bravura action sequences and affecting performances by Washington, Fanning, and Christopher Walken as an oddball friend. He plays Hunter, a young First Officer aboard a U.

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Based on a true story, Washington plays Herman Boone, a coach who leads a newly-integrated high school football team to victory in the s. Historically inaccurate. But a crowd pleaser? Yet writer-director Spike Lee turns this into a powerful father-son drama with knockout performances by Washington and real life NBA star Allen.

He stars in this Robert Zemeckis drama as an alcoholic pilot who saves almost all of his passengers with a daring landing while on the sauce. Directed by Ridley Scott , this biographical drama recounts the criminal career of Frank Lucas Washington , a Harlem drug lord who smuggled heroin into the United States through American service planes returning from Vietnam.

With his eighth acting bid and ninth overall , Washington broke his own record as the most nominated black performer in Oscar history.

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Trip, an escaped slave who becomes a leader in the regiment. As the group leaves Pacific Playland, Columbus realizes that without relating to other people, one might as well be a zombie and that he now has what he has always wanted — a family. The main characters do not use each other's real names, but identify themselves using place names Columbus , Tallahassee , Wichita , and Little Rock that relate to them. This includes Columbus' neighbor, named after her room, and his fictional sexual conquest Beverly Hills, as well as Sister Cynthia Knickerbocker, whom Columbus identifies as a "Zombie Kill of the Week" winner, and whose surname is actually an obsolete term for a citizen or inhabitant of New York City.

At the end of the film, Wichita tells Columbus that her real name is Krista. A running gag and a central theme throughout the film is the list of rules Columbus comes up with for surviving in the zombie-infested world. By the end of the film, his list has 33 rules, yet only a few are mentioned.

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A series of promotional videos starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg expanded on the list presented in the film. Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick stated that the idea for Zombieland had "lived in [their] heads" for four-and-a-half years. The story was originally developed in as a spec script for a television pilot in the summer of Wernick stated, "We've got a long brainstorming document that still to this day gets updated on a near-weekly basis with ideas". The third condition required the film to have an environmentally conscious set.

The fourth condition required that the director not eat dairy products for a week, a task which Fleischer described was "like for an alcoholic not to drink". He succeeded and maintained a vegetarian diet for 11 months. Principal photography began February in Hollywood, California, with scenes being shot at Scream Fest Theme Park and other locations. A haunted-house facade was constructed at the theme park, but the interior was filmed on location at Netherworld Haunted House outside Atlanta.

Special effects makeup designer Tony Gardner , who helped Rick Baker create the signature look of Michael Jackson 's music video " Thriller " and has contributed to other Hollywood films such as Hours , Hairspray , and There's Something About Mary , was brought on to design the look of the film's zombies.

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For one shooting scene, Gardner said, "There were zombies, in prosthetics , on set in an amusement park". He said it is "how you present yourself as a zombie that determines how people will react to you" and that "once the contact lenses go in", he thinks "all bets are off".

Gardner said he was excited about working on the film with first-time filmmaker Ruben Fleischer, who gave him free rein in his zombie design. Harrelson had input into the wardrobe for his character, Tallahassee. You want to get a sense of this guy as soon as you see him. So I pick out the necklaces, the sunglasses. But the hat? The minute you see that on Tallahassee, you buy him. He's real. And he's got a real cool hat". His defense was that he was still in character and thought the cameraman was a zombie. The special-effects team created several visual elements, including "The Rules for Survival", which appear on-screen as they are related to the audience by Columbus: "Do cardio ", "Beware of bathrooms", "Check the back seat", and so forth.

The texts are rendered in three dimensions. A trailer of Zombieland was released on June 18, Zombieland received positive reviews from critics. The website's consensus reads: "Wickedly funny and featuring plenty of gore, Zombieland is proof that the zombie subgenre is far from dead. Film critic Roger Ebert was surprised by Zombieland' s ability to be significantly humorous while zombies remained the focus of the film, and felt that "all of this could have been dreary, but not here.

The filmmakers show invention and well-tuned comic timing". He credited Bill Murray's cameo appearance as receiving the "single biggest laugh" of the year and gave the film 3 out of 4 stars. The film's witty use of dialogue and popular culture was also praised by Ty Burr of The Boston Globe , who said the film "makes no claims to greatness", but that what it "has instead—in spades—is deliciously weary end-of-the-world banter"; [53] Michael Ordona of Los Angeles Times praised director Fleischer for "bring[ing] impeccable timing and bloodthirsty wit to the proceedings".

Some reviewers saw deeper levels in the plot and cinematography; cinematographer Michael Bonvillain was praised for capturing "some interesting images amid the postapocalyptic carnival of carnage, as when he transforms the destruction of a souvenir shop into a rough ballet", [54] while Stephanie Zacharek of Salon. Josh Levin of Slate drew parallels with Adventureland : in both films, Jesse Eisenberg tries to win over his dream girl, a girl who has been hardened by life, and both feature a theme park.

He goes so far as to call the film "an undead Adventureland —a Pride and Prejudice and Zombies for the Facebook generation". Time's Richard Corliss described the film as "an exhilarating ride, start to finish" and reasoned " Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg set a high bar for this subgenre with Shaun of the Dead , but Reese, Wernick, and Fleischer may have trumped them". It's a damn fine movie, period.

And that's high praise, coming from a vampire guy", he stated. Not all comparisons with Shaun of the Dead were favorable: Joshua Rothkopf of Time Out New York characterized the "extra injection of pop-culture neuroticism" as "the one innovation" of the film, [59] declaring that while Zombieland was funny, it was not particularly scary and stated that it "simply isn't as witty as Shaun of the Dead , forever the yuks-meet-yucks standard".

The film's music was composed by David Sardy. The soundtrack was released on October 6, by Relativity Music Group.

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All music is composed by David Sardy. Due to the film's success, writers Reese and Wernick always planned a possible sequel, with many more ideas they wanted to explore.

The film, Zombieland: Double Tap , is scheduled to be released on October 18, , the 10th anniversary of the original film's release, with the original cast returning. In October , it was reported that Fox Broadcasting Company and Sony Pictures were considering a television adaption of the series to be aired on CBS , with Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese writing the script, but with the main actors of the original film likely not returning.

The television program was planned to begin in fall, These plans did not come to fruition. In March , it was announced that Amazon Studios had ordered a pilot episode. Reese, Wernick and Pollone were joined by Eli Craig , who directed the pilot. The pilot was released in April on Lovefilm and at Amazon Video. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the industrial metal album, see Zombieland Megaherz album. Theatrical release poster. Rhett Reese Paul Wernick.

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