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28 Days LaterJim, the protagonist of 28 Days Later, wakes up between a deserted hospital. He wanders in London and discovers the city is almost zombie invasion because of a strange virus. Amid the disaster, the greater the fear stems from the bestiality of those who survive.Genre: HorrorCountry: United StatesDuration: 113 minQuality: HDRelease: 2002IMDb: 7.6Keywords:
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Directors of "28 Days Later"Danny BoyleBirthdate: 20 October 1956, Manchester, England, UK
Creators of "28 Days Later"Alex GarlandBirthdate: 26 May 1970, London, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "28 Days Later"TIME MagazineOctober 06, 2013
The movie's craft makes the dread of a killer virus contagious: viewers may feel they have come down with a case of secondhand SARS or sympathetic monkeypox.Wall Street JournalOctober 06, 2013
Heedlessly derivative though it may be, 28 Days Later does what it sets out to do and then some -- scare us out of our wits, then get us to apply those wits to an uncommonly intelligent and provocative zombie flick.AV ClubOctober 06, 2013
Later does a lot of things right, which makes its third-act missteps even more frustrating.New YorkerOctober 06, 2013
The picture is twitchy and annoying, flecked with blood and half-digested ideas, and too much is left unexplained.Chicago ReaderOctober 06, 2013
Danny Boyle's purposeful direction and Mark Tildesley's imaginative and resourceful production design keep this fresh and edgy; the images of a wasted London and the details of a paramilitary organization in the countryside are both creepy and persuasive.Associated PressOctober 06, 2013
What also makes 28 Days Later effective, and sets it apart from other thrillers, is that it makes you care about the characters.Empire MagazineSeptember 30, 2014
The best purely British horror/science-fiction film in decades. And the first great apocalypse movie of the new millennium.Toledo BladeSeptember 30, 2014
Boyle is perfect for the job because he's not big on reassurance; by taking the radical step of letting the movie's low-budget grime get under your skin, he gives the zombie picture new life.Florida Times-UnionSeptember 30, 2014
It's an efficient reminder that science-fiction filmmaking doesn't necessarily have to be swamped by special effects, that the best of it comes in tweaking the familiar just enough to turn it fantastical.Screen InternationalOctober 06, 2013
The end result still lacks a coherent sense of what the film is trying to achieve.People MagazineOctober 06, 2013
28 Days Later is a mind-bending look at a future one hopes never happens.Radio TimesOctober 06, 2013
This Dogme-driven apocalyptic nightmare from director Danny Boyle is a tense, exciting and terrifying horror.
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