The peaceful town of Centerville finds itself battling a zombie horde as the dead start rising from their graves.
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Based on 20 The Dead Don't Die Cinema reviews, The Dead Don't Die gets an average Cinema review score of 58. The score for all versions is 58 based on a total of 20 reviews.
A winningly eccentric way to usher in the zombie apocalypse162d ago
Though it's not breaking much new ground, this is a solid addition to the zom-com canon which stands out due to an unconventional writer/director and A-list cast.162d ago
The final three words of dialogue leave no doubt about the film's opinion on whether we're worth saving. They're punk-rock harsh. This film is punk rock in slow-motion.162d ago
Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die is a zom-com goof without a lot of bite162d ago
It’s a clumsy ending for a comedy which, past its few meme-friendly and most inspired one-liners, staggers and hobbles like the living dead it resuscitates.162d ago
Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy, which opened the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, features a starry cast including Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez, Chloe Sevigny and Tilda Swinton.162d ago
Bill Murray and Adam Driver face the end-times in Jim Jarmusch’s lame zom-com The Dead Don’t Die162d ago
‘The Dead Don’t Die’: Jim Jarmusch Delivers His Most Mainstream, And Sloppy, Film To Date162d ago
Can ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ revive the big-screen zombie genre?162d ago
Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Chloë Sevigny lead Jim Jarmusch’s droll but directionless opening nighter162d ago
Cannes 2019: Jim Jarmusch’s latest is appealing, but one-note162d ago
Jim Jarmusch’s movie, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton and a bunch of other interesting people, respects the genre without committing to it.162d ago
The Dead Don't Die Brings Jim Jarmusch’s Intimate Touch to the World of Zombies162d ago
Jim Jarmusch's hipster zombie comedy, starring Bill Murray and Adam Driver, congratulates itself for doing what other movies have done better.162d ago
Bill Murray, Chloë Sevigny and Adam Driver play cops trying to protect their small town from the walking dead, but it’s not enough to save the film from floundering162d ago
In the film, what starts as a subtle undercurrent of knowing humor curdles into overt self-referentiality.162d ago
Even a ’68 Pontiac LeMans growls up for a cameo at one point, but Romero’s Johnny and Barbara are long-gone dead and Centerville’s soon to follow.162d ago
Jim Jarmusch is the master of mellowdrama—his heart isn’t really in all the blood and guts.162d ago
The absurdism wears gratingly thin in The Dead Don’t Die, whose deadpan tone gives way to tiresome, grindingly repetitive inertia.162d ago
The Dead Don't Die is a procedurally bland zomcom with little genre personality, playing as if Jarmusch invents a subgenre horror fans haven't been watching for decades.162d ago
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