Aside from rude cell-phone owners and overpriced concessions, one of the most frustrating aspects of being a movie lover is sitting through a film in which all of the factors -- acting, direction, cinematography, costumes, and set design -- come together except for one. When the potential onscreen is plain to see, yet one nagging component prevents it all from creating a satisfying whole, it can be worse than watching a movie that’s downright terrible. The eagerly anticipated follow-up to his breakthrough film 28 Weeks Later
director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s third feature scores on every front but the screenplay. And more disheartening than fa...