Ok, Here is some of my thoughts and expierences at this movie.
First scary movie I saw in 3D. I saw it in theatre not online (BAD STEALER PEOPLE!).
Not as much human-zombie interaction as you would hope. Although they make up for it by having all the zombies upgraded to freaking awesome zombies with funky mouth issues (other than that desire for fleshy goodness.) It had alot of pop-up scary monster moments. This made one lady sitting next to me scream everytime even though it wasn't that horrifying she was making me jump more than the movie!
So you got these zombie dudes and this guy that goes all matrixy and says ya know what I'ma dodge bullets real fast like so they look slow that'll show em! Well he does hence the matrixyness.
Oh did I mention they have got some Doggies as well yeah they are those creepy ones this time they have upgrades too! They look like the doggies in Blade you know the kind ruff ruff.
Anyway overall it was ok but It could've had more fighting in it and a lil gore wouldnt of been too much to ask for.
It's school-time now. I am going to Highschool, actually already started. It's a funny thing you always think in this order.
Pre-school- Babies and Daycare
Elementry school - Kids having fun
Middle school - Big Kids with problems
High school - Teen Drama and Love
College - Freedom, Partying
Adult - Freedom, Work
That is the general way people seem to think Atleast til they move up and sometimes even after that is the basic way of thinking. Really it's alot harder. You have to study, you have to work hard even starting at the Elementry and Preschool level. They may not count then but it will count as far as what classes you are going to get into. You have to start thinking about these things even as adults you must think about staying updated to the current information or you will fall behind.
I'm not saying that studying will be the only thing I do during highschool. But it will definitly factor in. Studying first. What's next will have to be decided later once The school-year has really started.
Goodluck for all of you starting a New school or returning to the old one, or even just you who felt like reading this may something you work hard at succeed.
OH yeah check out my new poem on school.