Obviously a spoof of an Austen novel but done gently and with high swashbuckling style.
Sexy, bloody and not too silly.
Never read P&P and was curious to see how the zombies fit into Victorian England. It is explained in the beginning of the movie and just seemed too far fetched to believe. I love how each of the daughters is capable of fighting the undead, which provided for some pretty great action scenes. Yes, there was a romantic thread woven in, but it didn't overpower the movie from what I wanted to see - the British fighting zombies. Rather enjoyable.
It's got great acting, lots of femme fatale characters and a good way to detect zombies. It often times doesn't take itself too seriously as other zombies films do and the action is great. Although anything can be better, this one has to be one of the better movies out since the 90s.
They should left religion out of this movie. Not recommended. And the woman need a little more clothes on.
I got such a good laugh out of this movie! I love P&P, and adding the twist of a zombie apocalypse was great. Had a lot of fun watching this. :)
Honestly, I never read the book. Was more interested in the zombie twist and curious to see if the film would go that route. As expected, it was disjointed as the the zombies were merely a plot device inserted as "filler" to the original story. High production value, with low results. If it was made as a literal translation or an over the top Victorian Zombie movie, it might have succeeded.
Did not disappoint in that it was exactly what I expected. Enjoyable albeit convoluted flick. Seemed to drag about three-quarters into the movie and the "zombie master" notion was a bit far-fetched. Overall enjoyable and fun mashup.
It didn't work wonders for me. An original concept, but nothing special.
I was presently surprised by this movie after reading "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" (which did not end up being the same story as this movie (I think there must be multiple adaptations). I was getting ready to be let down but this was very entertaining and the characters are likable.
Not at all what I was expecting, but I think it would help to have read "Pride & Prejudice" as I think some of it was lost on me.
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