28 Weeks Later has been a great success and has received favourable reviews and essays of famous authors. It hasn’t quite received the same praise and coverage as 28 Days Later has and you just wonder why this could be? I think that surpassing an original that has been such a hit is never going to be easy. 28 Weeks Later had a similar style, yet was missing the dark, edgy atmosphere that was so present in our first film. There was always an air of dread in 28 Days Later, it really captured the post-apocalyptic theme better than anything else within the genre and it always felt raw and real throughout. The shots of a desolate London were never quite on the same par in the sequel. Maybe we felt more for the characters as well, from both films it was Jim (Cillian Murphy) that became memorable.
Our central characters include Don Harris (Robert Carlyle) and Alice Harris (Catherine Mccormack) who live in a protected cottage with fellow survivors from the Rage virus. We later meet their children, Andy Harris (Makintosh Muggleton) and Tammy Harris (Imogen Poots) who had been in Spain during the time of the outbreak. The other main character is Doyle (Jeremy Renner) who we started to feel for as a character, which didn’t stop the filmmakers from orchestrating a grisly demise. The major running theme in 28 Weeks Later is that Andy and his mother Alice both have heterochromia, which makes them dormant carriers of the Rage Virus. The film flows well and is well structured - we have that dip near the end, which was the same case as the original, but Juan Carlos Fresnadillo has kept the franchise alive and has left a perfect setting for 28 Months Later, which will see the return of the maker… Danny Boyle.
Summary: Stayed loyal to the first film, which I felt was important. John Murphy provided us with the same great music and we also saw the return of the Raged zombies, which were executed with the venom they had to be.
28 Weeks Later is not quite as impressive as the original that was artistic and raw, but I think it may just have the edge as far as the entertainment factor goes. There was a completely new team on board for 28 Weeks Later and I would have thought that the expectations would have been a little clouded, yet fans of the original I am sure would have been pleasantly surprised and this has been reflected in the general ratings from the critics and the general public. Kudos to the Spanish filmmakers, 28 Weeks Later has been a commendable sequel and addition to the horror genre.
Finally since you have made all of your compromises and you have decided on a budget, you can finally start your search on finding the very best destination for your vacation! Firstly, starting online is one of the first things that you will want to try, just because there are so many different options available online.
This will involve a quick search engine search and you should be able to come up with a bunch of different destinations for your vacation – however you want to be careful. You want to be careful and make sure that you choose somewhere your mate is going to like too.
Or maybe you will even settle on a cruise. Those are some of the best vacations, you just have to make sure that you find a good deal.
Choosing The Right Vacation Spot: 2Now that we have talked a little bit about the budget, which is a very important step, the next thing you are going to want to do is make sure that you actually talk to the person that you are going with. You want to make sure that you find something that you both like and maybe even come up with a list of things that you both like to do.
Now, whenever you are traveling with someone, you have to make sure that you are going to be able to compromise with the person that you are traveling with. I know that this is difficult, but it is something that you are going to have to overcome simply because you want to make sure that you both have fun.
Traveling is difficult but not impossible. More tips and tricks on how to choose the best place in the next blog!
Choosing The Right Vacation Spot: 1When it comes to taking a vacation, I can tell you from personal experience that it is very, very difficult to decide on a spot, especially if you are traveling with a mate that is the polar opposite of you. So how do you choose a vacation spot for the two of you to have fun? Well, that is what we are going to talk about in the next could blogs.
One of the first things that you are going to want to do is make sure that you do is plan out a budget. You do not want to overspend on your vacation and you want to make sure that you choose a destination that is going to be affordable and fit within your budget – that is why this is the first step.
We will explore the next step in the next blog, but this is a step you are not going to want to miss!