Rated R · 101 minutes · 2010

Horror, Thriller
The latest remake of a George Romero film is pretty good, thanks to director Breck Eisner. The drinking supply of a small town in Iowa gets poisoned, and a bunch of residents start going seriously nuts. Timothy Olyphant is his usual great self as the town sheriff trying to figure out who drank the bad water, and who is just crazy to begin with. Eisner proves he knows his way around a horror film—I jumped more than once—with a movie that’s well-written and good-looking. The Romero remakes of late are actually better than the films Romero himself has been making. I wonder if they will remake Monkey Shines or The Dark Half. That would be interesting.

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Official Site: www.thecrazies-movie.com
Director: Breck Eisner
Producer: Rob Cowan, Michael Aguilar, Dean Georgaris and George A. Romero
Cast: Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, Joe Anderson, Danielle Panabaker, Christie Lynn Smith, Brett Rickaby, Preston Bailey, John Aylward, Joe Reegan, Glenn Morshower, Larry Cedar, Gregory Sporleder, Mike Hickman, Lisa K. Wyatt, Justin Welborn, Chet Grissom and Tahmus Rounds


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Portland Mercury Small-Town Crazies The Crazies: In which folksy townspeople lose their shit. by Courtney Ferguson 02/25/2010
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Cop Out, The Crazies, The Last Station and more. 02/25/2010
The Coast Halifax The Crazies akin to restless channel surfing Breck Eisner's remake is less interested in recreating George Romero's ramshackle original than in copying a dozen other movies. by Mark Palermo 02/25/2010

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