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  1. Adam Whybray's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    2.7 stars. The first film I remember watching that really felt beholden to video game plotting and aesthetics. Often more of an action film than an effective horror (and so less to my tastes). However, it is a convincing continuation of '28 Days Later' and the focus on two pretty likable kids kept the stakes high. I am a fan of Robert Carlyle's face.

  2. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    1-2. When the scares don't use music (like the subway scene), it's a breath of fresh air compared to recent horror flicks. But it's also chockful of slo-mo, shaky cam, sped-up footage, and dated CG. It also definitely lacks the depth of the previous one as far as the mandatory military criticism that seems to be attached to this genre. But there was some effective lighting, and I liked the actors.

  3. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Sequel that tells more about the virus and how it progresses through the world. There is a bigger scope and several memorable gruesome deaths and a twist that surprises half way through, but I would have liked to at least have one scene explaining this film's connection with the first one's original characters.

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Une profusion d'invraisemblances scénaristiques, sur une trame des plus ténues, prétexte à un déferlement de maintes scènes gore (plutôt réussies dans le genre) nous entraînant, incrédules et dubitatifs, dans une histoire banale, bancale et cinématographiquement tellement inutile et surfaite...

  5. DenoResandono's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    To be honest, 28 WEEKS LATER isn't as great as the previous movie - 28 DAYS LATER. Although, it multiplied its thrills and suspenses. I feel 28 WEEKS LATER doesn't offer something new or fresh. It seems like a repetition from the first one. This movie also lacks of characterization. I almost didn't care about their fate or struggle. But, 28 WEEKS LATER is still worth to watch. It's still offered plenty of joy in here

  6. Thomas Dods's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Whilst not ground breaking like it's predecessor, this sequel generally holds its own with a decent script and some great set peices. A shame that the half planned trilogy was never completed.....

  7. Jack's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    I can't think of a single redeeming feature. Insultingly bad. What's the worst thing about it? A toughie. Probably the plot. The dialogue is a close second.

  8. Steve G.'s rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Much better accents in this one.

  9. Ricky Robertson Jr.'s rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Capably carries on the unique visual flair of the original and features a strong cast of familiar faces. Unfortunately, the plot is a series of implausible conveniences that become so unbelievable by the end that it devolves into unintentional comedy; the greatest offense a horror film can perpetrate.

  10. Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Where Romero's films were all different in emotional tone (the scares of Night, the farce of Dawn, the bleakness of Day), each part of this series is rich in its blend of light emotions with darker ones. They aren't afraid to have its characters joke around in one scene, romance in the next, and then follow it with a setpiece that scares you shitless. Too many films have one emotion only, these run the gamut.

  11. ionosonde's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    couldn't even dream of being anywhere as emotionally or visually gripping as the first film. the zombies in this universe are terrifying and i'm so surprised some people who survived managed to survive.

  12. Log Lady's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    3.5 stars. No one's safe, no one's exempt from the effects of death and destruction. The fear of an apocalypse is where zombie films get their fuel, and the nihilistic mood completely devoid of hope is captured well in here.

  13. Christian Rains's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Better than you'd expect, but pretty unnecessary.

  14. Mar J's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

  15. James Mackin's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Nowhere near as good as the first, but has a really good cast, and is still entertaining.

  16. lo0226's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Pour ceux qui n'aiment pas les bons films.

  17. ikkini's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Ne serait-ce que pour cette scène d'introduction mémorable, ce film mérite ses 4 étoiles !

  18. caprica_six's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Everyone in this movie was so incredibly stupid that I couldn't bring myself to care when they all died.

  19. pluviosity's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    you can take empty London aerial scenes, yeah, yeah.

  20. Gustavo Razera's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Two lowly human traits trigger the horrible chain of events in this sequel: cowardice and recklessness. That's in keeping with the philosophy of the first movie, in which non-infected people can be as monstrous - or even more so - than the ones who fell prey to the Rage virus. Unfortunately, Robert Carlyle's and Imogen Poots's characters are easy to hate, the presence of a helpless 12-year old dilutes the menace.

  21. twinpeaks's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Like its predecessor, cool cinematography.

  22. JackButcher's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    I did not enjoy this anywhere near as much as the original, it was watchable but did not capture the same essence as the first and seemed to be more focused on being "bigger and better".

  23. Wee Hunk's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    I liked it, but it's a bit of a challenge since they're either whispering or screaming at the top of their lungs. It drove my wife out of the room. That and the blood crazed zombies.

  24. suede's rating of the film 28 Weeks Later

    Terrifying, bleakly explicit. Stronger than the first one. Wasn't even comforted by the stark implausibility of some gaps in the depicted enforcement of quarantine (Carlyle can cheerfully card-swipe his way through to his extremely biohazardous wife, lying there exposed; the helicopter crosses over to France like it's nothing).

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