28 Weeks Later (2007) Full Movie

28 Weeks Later
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28 Weeks Later (2007) : The inhabitants of the British Isles have lost their battle against the onslaught of disease, as the deadly rage virus has killed every citizen there. Six months later, a group of Americans dare to set foot on the isles, convinced the danger has come and gone. But it soon becomes all too clear that the scourge continues to live, waiting to pounce on its next victims.

Title 28 Weeks Later (2007)
Release Date Apr 26, 2007
Genres , ,
Production Company DNA Films, Figment Films, Sociedad General de Cine S.A., UK Film Council, Fox Atomic, Koan Films
Production Countries Spain, United Kingdom
Casts Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Catherine McCormack, Imogen Poots, Idris Elba, Mackintosh Muggleton, Amanda Walker, Shahid Ahmed, Garfield Morgan
Plot Keywords london, england, sibling relationship, loss of loved one, mutant, pest, dying and death, chaos, survivor, supernatural, survival, on the run, zombie, escapade, virus, plague, female corpse, deadly, chases and races, chaos and mayham
Don
Don
Robert Carlyle
Scarlet
Scarlet
Rose Byrne
Sergeant Doyle
Sergeant Doyle
Jeremy Renner
Flynn
Flynn
Harold Perrineau
Alice
Alice
Catherine McCormack
Tammy Harris
Tammy Harris
Imogen Poots
General Stone
General Stone
Idris Elba
Andy
Andy
Mackintosh Muggleton
Sally
Sally
Amanda Walker
Jacob
Jacob
Shahid Ahmed
Geoff
Geoff
Garfield Morgan
Karen
Karen
Emily Beecham
Boy in Cottage
Boy in Cottage
Jordan El-Balawi
DLR Soldier
DLR Soldier
Meghan Popiel
Military Officer
Military Officer
Stewart Alexander
Senior Medical Officer
Senior Medical Officer
Philip Bulcock
Rooftop Sniper
Rooftop Sniper
Chris Ryman
Soldier
Soldier
Tristan Tait
Medical Officer
Medical Officer
William Meredith
Bunker Major
Bunker Major
Thomas Garvey
Medical Centre Lobby Soldier
Medical Centre Lobby Soldier
Tom Bodell
Carpark Soldier
Carpark Soldier
Andrew Byron
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Sarah Finigan
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Roderic Culver
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Maeve Malley-Ryan
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Ed Coleman
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Karen Meagher
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Amanda Lawrence
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Drew Rhys-Williams
Sam
Sam
Raymond Waring
Depot Man
Depot Man
Kish Sharma
Depot Woman
Depot Woman
Jane Thorne
Carpark Civilian
Carpark Civilian
Simon Delaney
Bunker Soldier
Bunker Soldier
Matt Reeves
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
Dean Alexandrou
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
Gareth Clarke
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
Debbie Kurup
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
Selina Lo
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
João Costa Menezes
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
Jude Poyer
Infected (uncredited)
Infected (uncredited)
Katie Borland
Infected (uncredited)
Infected (uncredited)
Pip Henderson
Infected Person (uncredited)
Infected Person (uncredited)
Jason Curle

Reviews

  • Andres Gomez

    Much worse than the original. It loses quite of the continuous tension. Many of the FX are bad quality. The script is really predictable and some scenes and conversations are too much of a cliche.

  • talisencrw

    This was a very good sequel to a fine zombie work (my favourite zombie film is STILL Jean Rollin's remarkable and extremely aesthetically-pleasing 'The Grapes of Death'), and I was very pleasantly surprised. Pardon the pun, but you would think that by this time, everything in the land of zombie movies would have been done to death, but I remain consistently admiring of just where the best and most thought-out renditions of the template can go. In THIS case, the most intriguing dynamic is a cowardly husband choosing his life rather than helping his wife out of a horrible crisis, then infanticide (or worse) of his own children, rather than face their wrath over the poor decision he had made. It's interestingly hilarious that when you think about it, humanity is doomed because a 12-year-old had to go back and get a picture of his mother, because he was afraid that without it, he would forget what she looked like...A surprisingly satisfying work, that for horror fans, is worth a purchase and rewatching. I'm admittedly more for classic films, from the 20's to 60's, but for contemporary horror cinema, I liked this a lot, especially Jeremy Renner and Imogen Poots. It's no surprise to me that they soon became superstars.

  • John Chard

    We have an outbreak of the infection in medical center. All units; safeties off. 28 Weeks Later is directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo who also co-writes with Rowan Joffe, Jesus Olmo and E. L. Lavigne. It stars Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Catherine McCormack, Mackintosh Muggleton and Imogen Poots. Music is by John Murphy and cinematography by Enrique Chediak. Six months have passed since the Rage Virus decimated the UK, but now people are returning to London's District 1 with the U.S. Military overseeing the project. However, the Rage Virus can be carried in people with no outward symptoms. After the monster success of "28 Days Later" it was inevitable that a sequel would follow. With director/writer combo Danny Boyle and Alex Garland off making "Sunshine" with Cillian Murphy, the big players from the first film were missing (Boyle and Garland were Executive Producers here). There was reasonable cause for some concern that this would be the latest in a long line of horror sequels that, quite frankly, suck the big one. How great to find that not only is "Weeks" an excellent sequel, it also doesn't sit idle and copy Boyle's winning formula. The blood and ick factor is considerably amped up, as is the action (there's running, lots of running, guns, lots of guns, panic, lots of panic), but the writers have put intelligence into the writing by expanding on the Rage Virus victims as not just being an outwardly ferocious beast, and some topical smarts are spliced into the narrative with the presence of the American military "enforcing" the reconstruction of London. Also, with the film's central focus being on a splintered family, brilliantly set up by the breathtaking/horrifying opening 10 minutes, there's a mighty heft of humanism flowing in between the blood vomit and body shredding. Cast are mostly terrific, with Carlyle and the impressive young actors, Poots and Muggleton, leading the way. The American lads playing military men have to make do with slender written stock roles, but Byrne provides spunk and McCormack leaves an indelible mark in a small, but key, role. Fresnadillo (Intacto) ensures Boyle isn't missed in the director's chair, with a keen eye for action construction and an awareness of pacing for such a horror movie. While Murphy again scores with that knack for doom mongering beats. There's some missteps, logic at times goes out the window and in the case of Renner's character, outcome is a bit too much of a bitter pill to swallow. While dialogue at times shops at "Clichés "R" Us". But this is still a mighty fine thrill ride, often scary and stomach turning, and even flecked with emotional worth. On this evidence a part 3 would be most welcome. 8/10

  • Gimly

    The story is not quite up to snuff in comparison to _Days_, but the visual quality is **way** better. _Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._