The Dead 2: India

2013

Action / Horror

24
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 1437

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Joseph Millson as Nicholas Burton
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758.10 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 38 min
P/S 4 / 5
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23.976 fps
1hr 38 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 6 / 10

Pretty much the same movie as the first, but entertaining nonetheless.

I really loved the first "Dead" movie the Ford Brothers did. I can't say the exact same about the sequel. It's not bad, but it feels a bit like a rehash, much of the same again, just in another location. We have a story added and a motivation for our lead character, which saves this from complete rip-off tag. But that is not enough to make this an improvement of part 1.

One of the main things that weighs more here, than it did in the previous movie, is the fact that the non actors have bigger roles to play and mostly fail in convincing. It's crucial to have someone make you feel the drama they are going through rather than just saying their lines. The movie has still some redeeming factors (lead actor, effects especially considering the budget and of course the sheer mentality of the directors going after their dream once more). For some it will feel like an endless movie though, especially if they didn't like the first one in the ... first place

Reviewed by andrew salisbury 6 / 10

the dead 2: India

an American engineer working in India must fight his way through 300 miles of terrain that's infested with the walking dead, in order to rescue his pregnant Indian girlfriend. joining him for the journey is an orphaned Indian boy.

if you saw the first movie, then you pretty much know what to expect, a zombie road movie, but instead of a soldier accompanying the main lead, its a boy this time, with a little bit of love story thrown in.

i actually enjoyed this more than the original, which was slow in parts, whereas this was quite fast paced with many zombie encounters and more than enough blood to satisfy the gorehounds out there.

Reviewed by Nigel P 6 / 10

Spoilers follow ...

This wonderfully directed zombie film is the sequel to 2010's 'The Dead' which featured an army of the living dead making their deadly way across Africa. Here, as you might imagine, a similar cataclysm has infected India.

What I really enjoy about this is Directors Howard and Jonathan Ford's worthy use of the incredible landscapes, and the clever way in which such sun-drenched open spaces can either be breathtakingly beautiful or deadly and remote.

The casting is very good, with Joseph Millson as the only Westerner Nicholas Burton – a refreshingly likable, ego-free central character – and Ishani Sharma (Meenu Mishra), his pregnant girlfriend. Unsurprisingly, her condition does not please her father (Sandip Datta Gupta), who is otherwise concerned with his own infected wife (Poonam Mathur).

Where this stumbles a little is in the actual storyline, which is basically Burton and the appealing orphaned boy Javed (Anand Goyal) with whom he meets, continually attempting to escape the attentions of unthreatening, lurching zombies. Instead of a progressing narrative, certain set-pieces stand out – Ishani's questioning of Hinduism and its teachings of reincarnation which is in direct contrast to the walking cadavers causing carnage around them, for one. Another involves a mother and daughter trapped in a car with the corpse of the husband and father, with the living dead trudging ever forward. Telling them to cover their ears whilst he shoots away the lock to the seat that traps them, Burton then shoots them both dead instead. And, although the zombies are not always the most frightening or energetic, scenes of them standing, swaying, waiting, scattered across the unforgiving landscape while Burton attempts to escape them are very effective.

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