The Dead Don’t Die review – painfully ironic
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Deadpan performances and sloppy storytelling mar Jim Jarmusch’s hip take on the zombie movie

Zombie movie genre conventions are held up for mockery in this painfully ironic, agonisingly hip anti-thriller. Which would be fine, if writer-director Jim Jarmusch didn’t follow so slavishly the genre conventions of the Jarmusch movie. Wry jokes, an impressive cast of Jim’s chums and Tilda Swinton wreaking zombie havoc with a samurai sword will probably be enough for diehard fans of arthouse oddball....

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