Movie review of: "Cargo."
This is a post apocalyptic zombie movie, but this movie manages to separate it's genre into a whole entirely different place. This movie feels nothing like #TheWalkingDead or #Zombieland, instead this movie manages to add an interesting twist to the typical cliche story about #zombies.
#Cargo is a film that shows #MartinFreeman's character against a race of time carrying his most precious cargo to someone else, which is his own daughter.
This is an entertaining zombie film that has really interesting characters and even though it deals with a topic that has been explored many times, it still manages to be refreshing and new.
This #netflix original managed to entertain me and keep me on tension throughout the entire #movie. Still, like any other movie it has flaws.
This movie has a few plot twists, it's kind of predictable, it shows a zombie world that tries to feel desolated and instead feels too crowded.
This movie also looks kind of different, like it probably has a color palette which makes the movie seem a bit darker and terrifying, that is not a compliment, that's something that bothered me throughout the movie.
Also, this movie shows zombies doing weird things where the plot gets serious and still something silly and funny happens which makes the tone of the movie inconsistent.
Still, this movie managed to show me how a #drama can be shown in a zombie movie without feeling too cliché. I really liked this movie and I felt it refreshing to see some dark tales and topic be taken into account into an action packed movie like this.
The #dialogue, the #characters, the #world, nothing is perfect in this movie, it's certainly not a masterpiece, but it's a movie worth watching, even more if you're into this #genre.