Following a zombie break in Las Vegas, a group of legionnaires takes the latest gamble by trying into the quarantine zone for the largest heist ever.
Rating: 3/5 Star
Duration: 2h 28m
Directed by Zack Snyder
Produced by Deborah Snyder, Wesley Coller, Zack Snyder
Screenplay by Zack Snyder, Shay Hatten, Joby Harold
Story by Zack Snyder, Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell
PLUS POINTS :
- If you’re close with Zack Snyder’s work, then it will reach as no surprise to find that the Army of the Dead finish comes bundled with its fair share of injuries.
- With the separate fates of the ensemble company in Las Vegas, there’s a lot to break hair when it comes to Army of the Dead’s final act.
- Rogue One indicated that this would be a one-way trip to Sin City for much of the company. But, contemplating the rate at which the characters fell, you may have lived a little lost on who breathed, and she died.
- There are a few that also use place off-screen or are indicated.
With the dropped, walled city of Las Vegas overrun with zombies, after a disastrous government fault, the billionaire casino magnate, Bly Tanaka, realizes that he has left something in Sin City: $200 million to be more precise. For the time being, his mounds of cash are safe behind his impenetrable casino vault; but, the US President plans to nuke the entire city in less than 96 hours. So now, Tanaka is willing to pay $50 million to the decorated former soldier, Scott Ward, and his hand-picked team to retrieve the money before the bomb destroys the city. Indeed, this is a life-changing offer Scott seat refuse; nevertheless, the rules have changed, and the horde of the walking undead shows to be more organized than they might have required.
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