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My son and I saw 28 Weeks Later last night. We had enjoyed the original (28 Days Later), and since this sequel received good reviews from the New York Times and others it seemed like a good bet.
Naaa... While we didn't walk out, we didn't think this flick was a particularly good use of our entertainment budget.
The movie annoyed me immediately with that detestable, supposedly hand-held camera work that is supposed to add a sense of, what, realism?.
Whatever suspense the movie might have generated was overwhelmed with graphic excess. Spewing blood gets old quickly.
I could go on, but what for? Bottom line: Shrug.