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Der Absturz eines Flugzeugs hat für die Kleinstadt Ogden Mash weitreichende Folgen. Die Ladung an Bord war ein biologischer Kampfstoff, der die Wasserressourcen der Stadt verseucht. Plötzlich beginnen die Bewohner der Stadt, sich seltsam zu. The Crazies – Fürchte deinen Nächsten ist ein US-amerikanischer Survival-/Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte Breck Eisner. Die Inszenierung ist eine. Crazies ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Er handelt von einem biochemischen Kampfstoff, der das Grundwasser einer amerikanischen Kleinstadt. The Crazies - Fürchte deinen Nächsten. ()IMDb 6,51 Std. 36 MinX-Ray Merkwürdige Dinge gehen vor in der einstmals so beschaulichen Kleinstadt. elink-edu.eu - Kaufen Sie The Crazies - Fürchte deinen Nächsten günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "The Crazies – Fürchte Deinen Nächsten" von Breck Eisner: Das Genrekino der Siebzigerjahre ist im modernen Horrorgeschäft. 37 Userkritiken zum Film The Crazies – Fürchte Deinen Nächsten von Breck Eisner mit Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, Danielle Panabaker.
Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "The Crazies – Fürchte Deinen Nächsten" von Breck Eisner: Das Genrekino der Siebzigerjahre ist im modernen Horrorgeschäft. Doch glücklicherweise hat Breck Eisner "The Crazies" keineswegs in den Sand gesetzt, sondern einen sehr empfehlenswerten Endzeit Horror Thriller gedreht. 37 Userkritiken zum Film The Crazies – Fürchte Deinen Nächsten von Breck Eisner mit Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, Danielle Panabaker. The Crazies – Fürchte deinen Nächsten: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Doch glücklicherweise hat Breck Eisner "The Crazies" keineswegs in den Sand gesetzt, sondern einen sehr empfehlenswerten Endzeit Horror Thriller gedreht. Victoria (Fernsehserie) Besetzung Lynn Smith Deardra Farnum. They overpower several soldiers in a house. How did you buy your ticket? Breck Eisner. Rate And Review Submit review Want to see. Photo Gallery. After Clank beats him for attempting to have sex with Kathy, Artie hangs himself. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Timothy Olyphant The makeup for the film was designed by Almost Human Studios, who also did makeup for other horror films such as QuarantineFrankenfish and Prom Night. The Mandalorian. Army soldiers forcibly move the townspeople into a high school, Ubos many Mavie Hörbiger their homes, and shoot anyone attempting to escape. Dutton, my aunt's in town. Splatterfans sollte der Blutgehalt zufriedenstellen. Thor 3 Kinostart gleichnamige Zombie-Vorlage aus dem Jahr in die Neuzeit. Er spielt seine Rolle sehr glaubwürdig und bodenständig. Das Militär spielt eine untergeordnete Rolle. Die Charakterisierungen sind okay. Learn more about Blu-ray region Maleficent Die Dunkle Fee here. Der freigesetzte Kampfstoff tötet sofort oder verwandelt Menschen in Psychopathen. Immer wieder geraten die Protagonisten in Gefahren. Ansonsten gibts einige gute Dany Boon und viele Saroo Brierley Scenen.
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Judy Dutton. Joe Anderson Russell Clank. Danielle Panabaker Becca Darling. Christie Lynn Smith Deardra Farnum. Brett Rickaby Bill Farnum.
Preston Bailey Nicholas. John Aylward Mayor Hobbs. Joe Reegan Pvt. Billy Babcock. Glenn Morshower Intelligence Officer.
Breck Eisner Director. Ray Wright Screenwriter. Scott Kosar Screenwriter. Rob Cowan Producer. Michael Aguilar Producer. Dean Georgaris Producer.
George A. Romero Executive Producer. Maxime Alexandre Cinematographer. Billy Fox Film Editor. Andrew Menzies Production Design.
Five Favorite Films with Timothy Olyphant. January 3, Full Review…. January 3, Rating: B- Full Review…. September 5, Rating: 2.
October 19, Rating: 1. September 8, Full Review…. May 23, Full Review…. September 11, Rating: D Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Oct 14, Carlos M Super Reviewer.
Jun 22, Remake of George Romero's film of the same name. This movie was across the board just boring. Government accidentally releases biological weapon into small town's water supply.
People lose their minds and start killing people. A few parts are suspenseful, but you'll be yawning through most of it. Patrick W Super Reviewer.
Oct 31, Maymay A Super Reviewer. Oct 20, No one is safe from the brutal onslaught of the mentally insane, so, yeah, this is pretty much just another day in Iowa.
Okay, I exaggerate Iowa stereotypes, but if this film didn't go all George Romero on us and have the government mess with the people's affairs then you probably wouldn't have been able to tell that there was some kind of a disease that's influencing everyone's violent actions, so I question why they placed this remake in Iowa of all places, unless, of course, they came up with the idea after Timothy Olyphant hopped onto the project, with the condition that he would have be a sheriff again which left the filmmakers to try and think of a state where people actually care who county sheriff is.
If the definition of insanity really is doing something over and over again and expecting different results, then Olyphant must have a serious case of this crazy, or "Trixie" virus, as reflected by, well, not necessarily his continuing to play a sheriff, but some of his film choices in the past.
No, I reckon this film shows us that Olyphant can be dynamic with his sheriff roles, because here, he doesn't have a cool hat, so this may as well not even be a sheriff role, even if this is pretty much "Undeadwood".
That's just a lame joke, people, because this film is by no means Disney-fied, so don't worry George Romero fans, you get your hardcore chills, and a superior remake along the way.
Now, I may be that one jerk who thought that Zack Snyder's "Dawn of the Dead" was better than Romero's, but seriously, people, this isn't too shabby, and yet, it's far from being "Dawn of the Dead" This film might be a little less layered than the original, yet it still has enough layers for you to notice some focal unevenness, as storytelling has a tendency to jerk between segments, eventually to the point of having the narrative come off as kind of aimless at times, at least when backed by an unevenness in pacing.
On top of being incoherent in structural focus, this film also gets to be incoherent in structural momentum, having plenty of moments of driving intensity, broken up by long, meandering stretches of excess filler that becomes repetitious after a while, and actually wears down tension more than it pumps it up.
Perhaps thrills would be more consistent if the film was more consistent, rather than with a shaky focus that leaves the narrative to wander along, and down a familiar path no less.
When it's not difficult to see where exactly this sometimes aimless thrilling is meandering to, predictability sets in, and for this, we have to place blame on the tropes, which are abundant, and often easy to disregard, but just as often glaring, especially when stressed by subtlety issues.
The film is relatively smart, and such wit gets the final product to the brink of rewarding, but the push beyond that line never comes, because for every well-realized and inspired moment in storytelling, director Breck Eisner overemphasizes thematic and tonal elements, bombarding you will conceptual thrills that just end up watering down engagement value and gradually break down the compellingness of this promising thriller, while reflecting an ambition that in turn reflects missteps in Eisner's attempts to fulfill such palpable ambition.
Flaws are limited and strengths are considerable, so this film could have easily been rewarding, but in the end, the overwhelming desire to be rewarding undercuts this promising project's punch, leaving the final product to crawl along, little by little, until it finally falls short of truly rewarding.
Still, the final product comes close enough to that line to engage time and again, not necessarily as all that compelling, but decidedly as fairly well-done, even stylistically.
Okay, perhaps the film doesn't stand out all that much on a stylistic level, but there's still plenty to commend within, say, Maxime Alexandre's cinematography, who grittiness has a certain rough handsomeness to it, and joins Mark Isham's atmospheric score in punching up tone, as surely as even more attributes punch up the more visual elements of this thriller.
The effects aren't played up all that much, but when they come into play, they prove to be reasonably convincing, while audacious, if sometimes a tad annoyingly censored violence compliments intensity There's a knife kill about an hour in that it particularly cool, if a smidge over-the-top , backing creative and tight set pieces that charge tension, due to their being sold so effectively by Breck Eisner's inspired direction.
Now, Eisner's efforts are about as overambitious as they are genuinely inspired, and such desperation reflects shortcomings, rather than compensates for them, and even inspires some questionable directorial touches, notably an overplaying of jump scares, which, at the same time, reflect the strengths in Eisner's efforts, due to plenty of biting scares' being genuinely effective, though not quite as effective as meditative spots in direction that soak up tension, both nervous and dramatic.
Eisner may put a touch too much heart into storytelling, but when his efforts are at their most realized, the film is very effective, keeping up tension and even some emotional resonance that may not be consistent enough for the film to reward, but provide glimpses into the potential within this story concept.
Providing a more minimalist, maybe even less creative interpretation of this subject matter, this loose remake of one of George A. Romero's more infamous non-zombie flicks might very well not have as promising of a story concept as its inferior original, but that's not to say that there's not still plenty of potential, as the mythology and thematic depth remain intriguing, while dramatic weight gives this thriller more smarts and human depth, brought to life by inspired performances.
If nothing else is consistently inspired in this film, it is the performances, as most everyone does an adequate job of projecting fear and dramatic layers, and that particularly goes for Joe Anderson, - who nails both an Iowa accent and a layered portrayal of a strong second-in-command who brutally grows more dominant in times of danger - as well as leading man Timothy Olyphant, whose thorough charisma and engaging presence makes the David Dutten character a worthy lead.
Really, there are plenty of very notable strengths throughout the film, and while the flaws are just as notable, to the point of canceling out the reward value, the final product comes close enough to a rewarding state to compel just fine through and through, in spite of some lost potential.
Overall, uneven focus and pacing drag the film along as aimless, while conventions and subtlety issues wear compellingness down enough for the promising effort to lose more and more juice, until finally sputtering out just short of a rewarding state, the glimpses into which - seen through sharp style and set pieces, generally effective direction and inspired acting behind worthy subject matter - are great enough for Breck Eisner's "The Crazies" to stand as an improvable, but nevertheless decent, reasonably bright thriller.
One of the soldiers discloses what he knows about the virus to David, but when one of the soldiers reaches for his gun, Clank opens fire and kills the soldiers.
David confides in Judy what he knows about the virus and tells her that Kathy, Artie, and probably Clank are infected. After Clank beats him for attempting to have sex with Kathy, Artie hangs himself.
Kathy wanders outside and is killed by soldiers. Realizing he is infected, Clank kills several soldiers to give David and Judy time to escape.
He is then shot and killed. The next night, Judy, now visibly infected, is killed by armed civilians. Angry and frightened, David surrenders to the military.
After being taken into custody, David eventually realizes that he is immune to the virus, but he keeps the knowledge to himself. Watts develops a potential cure for the virus.
But when he tries to take samples to Peckem and Ryder, he is killed and the samples destroyed in a stampede of infected townspeople breaking free from quarantine.
Depressed and distraught by his experiences in Evans City, Colonel Peckem is ordered to relocate to Louisville , where symptoms of the virus have been reported.
Romero revealed that the military subplot was only featured in the first act of the script, and the rest of the film focused on the survivors and their attempts to cope with what was happening.
The director called McCollough's script "very existential and heady". The film was shot in and around Evans City and Zelienople ,  both small towns in Pennsylvania about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh.
Romero has spoken of how the majority of people in the towns were very cooperative and happy to help with the production. It was later re-released with a new 4K restoration by Arrow Video as part of a boxset entitled George A.
Romero: Between Night and Dawn. It was later released separately on March 13, The film did not have a wide release, instead playing in a limited number of theaters before opening in a different market.
He stated that Hessel made a true attempt to adequately market the film, including releasing it under a variety of titles in different parts of the country, but that it never managed to catch the public's eye.
Brubaker as W. Thunhurst Jr. Leland Starnes Shelby A. Bowen as A. MacDonald Robert J. Hawks Robert Karlowsky Edit Storyline A biological weapon gone awry is only the start of problems in the little town of Evan's City, Pennsylvania.
Taglines: A biological civil war. Edit Did You Know? Trivia A lot of the audio mixing in The Crazies, particularly the voices of soldiers and extras and specific sound effects, were completed in post-production in the basement of Romero's Latent Image Studio.
Goofs Early in the film, when Judy arrives at the Doctor's Office, a military doctor wearing a gas mask is working on the previously burned boy.
When he speaks, his voice is clear with no muffling that would result from wearing a gas mask. Quotes Dr.
Brookmyre : You've known about this for days! Ryder : We never thought it would happen like this. Brookmyre : But you notified me.
You must have suspected. Ryder : Notifying you was precautionary. We never thought it was possible. Brookmyre : That doesn't matter now. We've got to call the hospital in Unity.
We need an ambulance for those two kids! Ryder : I'm afraid I can't allow that. We're bringing in our own medical personnel with medical equipment.
Brookmyre : But this isn't the sort of thing that you consider sweeping under the rug or Ryder : Look, we've quarantined the Was this review helpful to you?
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