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Erik D (fr) wrote: In a way, this is another movie about happiness. When you have no purpose, will the search for one make you happy? Will you at least find out that you indeed have a purpose? I can't answer that. I believe that is what this movie was asking, but I really don't know. I've never seen a movie throw so many questions at me only to make me answer all of them. I just wish the movie was more enjoyable. It felt like a futuristic philosophy class where you weren't sure what the question was or why. Can't say I'd overly recommended this movie to anyone.
Maria C (es) wrote: No one ever gives these kind of movies enough credit! Did you ever think maybe you have just seen too many movies and can now predict what happens before it does? It is inspired by The Shining by Stephen King and I think Director Chad Feehan does quite a good ob living up to such a legend...
Will D (br) wrote: Should have been way better considering the talent involved....nope.
Sarfara A (us) wrote: Fido - a Canadian zombie-comedy film co-written and directed by Andrew Currie from the story by Dennis Heaton who also co-wrote the screenplay. Starring Billy Connolly, Tim Blake Nelson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Dylan Baker, Henry Czerny and K'Sun Ray. Film premiered at Toronto International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival and Grardmer Fantasy Filmfest. Set in the 60s in the Willard town (inspiration from the Night of the Living Dead town). Zomcon corporation has been re-utilizing the zombies to be used as slaves through a remote control that has been enabled to turn-off zombie's fierce attack to bite flesh off - the humanity had been plagued by radiation from space which turns the dead humans into zombies until or unless they hold contract with Zomcon to be beheaded during burial so not to turn into zombie or they do want to...it is the choice. In the town live the family of Helen (Carrie-Anne Moss) with husband Bill (Dylan Baker) and caring son, Timmy (K'Sun Ray) -Helen is compelled to buy zombie slave, as do the rest of neighborhood - Timmy names him Fido (Billy Connolly) Timmy befriends Fido quickly however Billy is suffering from zombie-phobia - due to malfunctioning in Fido's collar it stops working and in the events leading he attacks an elderly big-mouthed woman in the park, Timmy hides the traces of Fido's attack by later burying her but not before she had attacked another person - which kind of releases an outbreak. Fido has realized to not to attack those who like him - Zomcon is investigating the recent crime scenes and that who is responsible for the crime in the neighborhood where the head of Zomcon (Henry Czerny) also lives in the neighborhood. What a great idea! To sum it up in definite proportion I must say that I have watched almost handful of movies on zombie genre and having watched the most of them - to me Fido looked way over the top for containing fabulous set-designing. Cast was perfectly selected, they all looked as if belonging to the period of 60s - Henry Czerny suited lot to his role as head of Zomcon. There is humor and fun in it (signatory for zombie movies) and it does not deviate from offering blood and vicious attacks. What more struck me in the film is the careful direction from director Andrew Currie who maintains to teach children through elder characters about unnatural effects on circumstances which compel elders to carry out certain things in order to calm down situation. Well-kept romance between Fido and Mrs. Helen - Tim Blake Nelson, although not prominently in the central role yet adds too much of hilarious entries while carrying around in his own house a female zombie who has become his love-interest.
Bryan C (gb) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time, mostly because Jon Krakauer is my favorite writer.
Shane D (au) wrote: Not what I was entirely expecting. Even though there are hints of Harry O'Callahan throughout, the fact that Eastwood's character was in to S&M was a plot twist I didn't see coming. Very cool and classy, a complete surprise. Only continues to fuel my interest in his back catalogue.
Joseph L (fr) wrote: kind of entertaining if only someone would bludgeon the kid.
Geraint O (jp) wrote: Pretty Good stuff overal, ending a bit lame though.
John Y (us) wrote: Fun Steve Martin spoof of old film noir, with some of the actual films spliced into the movie!
Pia K (es) wrote: Vheleinen ja melankolinen, hieman Kaurismkelinen mustavalkoelokuva.
Jason S (ru) wrote: A crazy ride of a film that doesn't let go. Plenty of meta humor and interesting characters make this film.
George B (jp) wrote: hope it will b a good one
Facebook U (de) wrote: I was expecting something dumb but it was not. Pleasantly surprised that the film had many clues we could understand and play along. Of course it was a bit like Batman, but not all that impossible to guess. Many ironic jokes that were the most obvious at the beginning and then got smarter as we went along. Rather light and funny. Well put together. Scenes with shooting and fire were looking very realistic. Bravo, old chaps!