Shaun Of The Dead (15)

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02/03/2011
A wicked topnotch hillarious British comedy is everything to describe Shaun of the Dead. I would refer to it as amongst the best of Brit comedy and forme, the funniest film I have ever watched. A classic Zombie horror spoof that will make anyone cry with laughter and welcomes two of the funniest stars in comedy- Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. It is there world-class humour that makes Shaun of the Dead a thoroughly enjoyable experience throught the entire film.

Pegg plays Shaun, A lazy washed-up Londoner, who is despised by everyone apart from his oafish best friend Ed (Frost) who sprends his whole day lumbering on the coach in he and Shaun's flat. Shaun was recently dumped by his overbearing girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield), sacked from his job and now just a complete loner. Even his step-dad Phillip (Bill Nighy) and mum Barbara (Penelope Wilton) won't go near him. Things couldn't get much worse for Shaun espiecially when London becomes the centre of a horrific epidemic where ferocious bloodthirsty Zombies are roaming the streets. In a desperate attempt to get his life back on track, Shaun and Ed set out to save London through a lot of blood, gore and non-stop laughs.

Throughout the film you can never holds yourself back. The vivid creation ogf the Zombies will make anyone laugh-out loud. The jokes never fail in this hugely entertaining Zombie romp that never stops with it's classy Brit satire. The director Edgar Wright manages to cram everything in into one bloody good fun time-passer.

In conclusion, Shaun of the Dead is a monsterous horror comedy flick destined to be up there with the classics.
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