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Musical | Romance
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120 min
IMDB Rating:
6.5 / 10 
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Directors: Paul Hoen [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Disney's "ZOMBIES" is a music and dance filled story set in the fictitious world of Seabrook, a cookie-cutter community brimming with perky conformity, 50 years after a zombie apocalypse. Today, the zombies pose no threat, but are required to live in Zombietown, an isolated, rundown community infused with their unique creative spirit. When zombies are finally allowed to enroll in Seabrook High School, the charming, charismatic zombie Zed, who is determined to play football, meets freshman Addison, who dreams of being a cheerleader - the ultimate form of status in Seabrook. Addison takes a lot of flak for befriending Zed and his zombie friends, but comes to learn that zombies and cheerleaders aren't so different after all. Zed and Addison work together to show Seabrook what they can achieve when they embrace their differences and celebrate what makes them a community.


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It's a wonderful movie! Give it a chance!

One has to remember the target audience for this movie. I'm not even sure the target audience is even for most high school students. It's pretty much for middle schoolers. Many of the jokes and stereotypes, though this isn't a good justification, should be thought of in that light. Without the music and without the lead actors I would have rated this movie a 3. But Meg Donnelly is such a wonderful and charming actress...she makes up for a lot of the bad. Her singing & dancing lifts the rating of the movie by at least 4 points. She's one of the best expressive & most bubbily-charming and natural actresses I have seen in a long time!

Perhaps the most annoying and irritating thing about the movie is how anti-zombie people change their minds virtually every 5 minutes! No way does that happen in real life nor does it show the real inner struggle that the humans have in determining whether to accept zombies or not. What kind of the struggle is it if they just flip a switch every 5 minutes and have a different opinion... human brains simply don't work that way. It is the actual, REAL struggle that this movie should expose, deal with, and resolve.

But the movie isn't simply about people's hatred toward zombies. The broader struggle is society's being against homosexuals, people of color, or any number of other differences not accepted by society, and more specifically, their peers. To trivialize the struggle is to demean it...which defeats the whole purpose of the movie.

Lots of Song/Dance

For teens and younger, but if you like lots of song and dance in your movies then olders will like it also. A very Romeo & Juliet or West Side Story production, but w/out the tragedy. A feel good Disney ending of a boy (happens to be a zombie) and a middle class syrupy sweet girl from the other side of the tracks fall for each other despite issues w/parents, society, school administrators, etc. Main negative is that despite the abundance of song and dance both were simplistic in choreography and lyrics. Other hooks include football, cheerleading

My new fave musical

I'm a 38 year old female and I truly enjoyed this film. The acting was surprisingly good. The songs were catchy and modern. The dances and choreography were on point. Just bought the soundtrack, actually. People are basing their reviews off of comparing it to The Descendants, which is a NO-NO. They are completely different. This is a great family movie about love, diversity and acceptance. 10 out of 10.
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