The Dead Don't Die (2019) is a English movie. Jim Jarmusch has directed this movie. Bill Murray,Adam Driver,Tom Waits,Chloë Sevigny are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. The Dead Don't Die (2019) is considered one of the best Comedy,Fantasy,Horror,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.
As the warm, bright sun refuses to set, and a series of equally perplexing events start to take place, the world, and the blissfully unsuspecting residents of the sleepy town of Centerville, are about to face the effects of corporate greed. Then, as the stone-faced police officers, Chief Cliff Robertson and Officer Ronnie Peterson, stop for doughnuts and coffee at the town's diner, unusual activity in the moon-lit cemetery and a blood-soaked scene of carnage could only mean one thing: this is the work of flesh-eating zombies. Before long, Officer Mindy Morrison and the glacially beautiful, katana-wielding undertaker, Zelda Winston, join the team of defenders, as hordes of relentless, ravenous undead swarm into the once-peaceful town craving meat. More and more, humans are at risk of becoming an endangered species. What happens when the dead just don't want to die?
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All the ingredients to produce a masterpiece are present: 1) A director I love, Jim Jarmusch 2) A to-die-for cast, with Bill Muray in particular. 3) Zombies! I may confess that I have a crush on zombies. 4) A sens of humor that regularly flirts with the absurd. 5) The mesmerizing voice of Tom Waits. 6) A slight criticism of our society, especially global warming because of procrastination with regard to respect of the environment, and consumerism. 7) Wacky and irreverent dialogues. 8) Subtle references to other films. 9) ... So, all the ingredients are reunite but, it's quite strange and even weird, the recipe is rather unsuccessful: the atmosphere is sometimes cutesy or even insipid, all the characters are usually devoid of enthusiasm and quite often apathetic, and the final scene rhymes with bitterness and bewilderment. Although the film is not completely lousy thanks to a few successful scenes, although I thought, before the showing, that the French should be grateful to enjoy this world premiere, thanks to the Cannes Festival, ... well, well, well ... I was globally bored and disappointed. In my humble opinion, this movie is a non-event and, as an echo with itself, should be buried alive, from now on until the end of the world.
I only watched this movie because of Jarmusch, Murray and Swinton but I wish I didn't. This movie lacks enthusiasm. It lacks a plotline. The climax at the end is just irrelevant and careless. The whole movie theatre started laughing. Not because it was funny. They were confused and have wasted their time watching Jarmusch's total collapse. Just sad. Nonetheless, the actors played their roles flawlessly. But it wasn't enough to save this movie.
Adam driver really strives by his excellent acting. Bill Murray seem to enjoy the movie but often seems to be elsewere... Otherwise the plot is awful. Most of the setup-payoff makes little or no sense. The ermite, despite a high screentime is underemployed. Many repetitions are expected to be funny but fail to do so and left me in an akward feeling of wanting to leave the theatre. The too-obvious meta point of view does not bring anything to the movie. The final twist sounds like a prank to the public. The pseudo moralistic explanation of the society is awkward bloated and not impacting. All in one very disappointing. Two stars for a nice screenplay and the terrific apparition of Adam driver in the red smart which made me laugh one time in the movie.
I just wasted 13 euros + 8,50 popcorn and soda lol
I thought it was going to be funny but... seriously don't go watch this movie