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Summary: 28 Weeks Later, the follow up to 28 Days Later, picks up six months after the rage virus has annihilated the Mainland Britain. The U.S. Army declares that the war against infection has been won, and that the reconstruction of the country can begin. As the first wave of refugees return, a family is reunited, but one of them unwittingly carries a terrible secret. The virus is not yet dead, and this time, it is more dangerous than ever. (Fox Atomic)
I'm not convinced Fresnadillo had a complete understanding of how the Rage Virus works. I mean, moments of humanity from the infected? Did he even watch the first film? Also, why would they possibly want to leave this movie open for a sequel? Anything that you could do with infected in Paris you could do with infected in London. This entire movie they had the chance to play with the infected in a major city, and they blew it. I'm a huge fan of 28 days later, so this was a disappointment.
Not quite the original, but still very well done. Would have likely been better had Boyle come back to direct the sequel. The idea behind it is very well thought out, and carrries on the ideas of the first quite well. Fast paced, intense, and by far one of the best zombie movies ever.
From '28 Days Later', a film building on some stunning cinematography and a great story, here we have a classic example of the ever crippling horror-movie spasm: let's make each and every character as stupid as possible and use that to frighten the audience. Like, why don't they put a guard with the wife that has the virus? Hmm! The producers seem to really believe making the same film one more time, just worse, would work out. Only positive thing is a tip-top Jeremy Renner. Again!