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George A. Romero's Land of the Dead

George A. Romero's Land of the Dead ★★★ Land of the Dead 2005 (R)

Romero brings the walkers back for a fourth time, but with a tasty new twist—they aren't as dumb as they used to be. And worse yet, they've stumbled upon some ammo. But the uppercrust think they're now safe in their walledin super tower until a renegade supplies runner, who's living among the poverty-plagued street people and angry because the elite won't invite him in, threatens their comfy confines. Compelling statement about societal classes embedded within usual gore. 93m/C DVD, UMD, HD DVD . FR CA US Simon Baker, John Leguizamo, Asia Argento, Robert Joy, Dennis Hopper, Eugene Clark, Boyd Banks, Joanne Boland, Krista Bridges, Jennifer Baxter, Pedro Miguel Arce, Boyd Banks, Phil Fondacaro, Simon Pegg; D: George A. Romero; W: George A. Romero; C: Miroslaw Baszak; M: Reinhold Heil, Johnny Klimek.

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