Burying the Ex


Action / Comedy / Horror / Romance

IMDb Rating 5.4 10 8252


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Ashley Greene as Evelyn
Mindy Robinson as Mindy
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700.95 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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1hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by spencergrande6 3 / 10

Broad, unfunny film with a few horror film fan touches

There's like a split second where this film might be an interesting look at the dynamics of what makes relationships work or don't (I thought the film was going to present Ashley Greene's Evelyn as sympathetic), but this is not that at all. It's just a lowest common denominator type-A domineering girlfriend trying to make a man-child grow up instead of just letting him be him. Except this time the twist is that she comes back as a zombie and he still doesn't have the fortitude to tell her the truth (he would rather kill her, again).

Broad, with a few horror film fan touches, and nothing remotely approaching the level of a Joe Dante film and what that normally entails.

Reviewed by Nicolas F. Costoglou 6 / 10

Cute, but a little "lifeless"...

Which are my thoughts about this film in general, it is a neat idea, but it lacks the energy you expect from a Joe Dante movie...

The actors all do a great job, Anton Yelchin especially is very believable in this unbelievable setting so that you care about what 's going on.

The photography is good, but i expected more, mostly in the scenes which are supposed to be (obvious, cause Joe Dante) homages to old horror movies. I expected something like in "The Burbs", when Tom Hanks goes to the house of his neighbours and the whole weather seems to change...

The effects work really well, the Zombie make-up and body-get- crippled-scenes are fairly effective, and the actress does a great job.

The soundtrack (normally a big part of Dantes movies) feels very bland and there are two key scenes where the music is totally out of place and takes the emotion, or tension away.

BUT it's overall a very cute little movie, which works as a nice, morbid couple-night film that you can enjoy...

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 5 / 10

Together forever...

Initially, I had expected a bit more comedy element from director Joe Dante's "Burying the Ex". With that being said, don't get me wrong here, because this is still an enjoyable movie for what it turned out to be. It just failed to live up to what I had hoped it would be.

The story is about Max (played by Anton Yelchin) who is not overly happy in his relationship with Evelyn (played by Ashley Greene). And when he finally musters up the courage to break up with her, she dies in a car accident. But he quickly finds out that a promise of being together forever has a very literal meaning as Evelyn returns from the grave.

The characters in "Burying the Ex" were good, and they were mainly the reason for the movie staying afloat. They were nicely detailed and even more so brought to life on the screen by the acting talents cast for portraying them. My personal favorite had to be Travis (played by Oliver Cooper).

"Burying the Ex" is lacking a handful of good laughs and funny moments, and as such, the movie is suffering from that. Which essentially left the movie in a very mediocre state. That was a shame, because the movie really had potential for much more.

Having seen "Burying the Ex", I can say that this is the type of movie that you watch once, then put it away on the shelf, bagged and tagged.

My rating of "Burying the Ex" is a score of five stars out of ten, because the movie was very generic and mediocre to me. I just had expected a bit more from it.

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