mavrach wrote:And the dumb (but frankly probably realistic) military characters create an unpleasant atmosphere for me.
Dan Mancini wrote:mavrach wrote:And the dumb (but frankly probably realistic) military characters create an unpleasant atmosphere for me.
See, I'd say probably not realistic military characters. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, I'd wager that the vast majority of GIs would be the last people to go completely bonkers. I hate any kind of disaster flick in which soldiers turn into a violent, psychotic hive mind. It's cheap and lazy. But, then again, "cheap and lazy" describes most of Romero's filmmaking.
mkiker2089 wrote:The soldiers fell apart because the weakest in each of them were exposed and it enhanced the weaknesses of the others. The scientists didn't because they weren't a true team. They were individuals collaborating instead. the weaknesses were mostly covered by the other members.
mkiker2089 wrote:Of course it's been said that Romero movies are like ink blot tests.
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