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It’s All About (The) GOMOVIES

While review a zombie end of the world can be fun, Netflix’s freshest Korean show, All of Us Are Dead, is a melancholic involvement with a larger number of ways than one. The series, which depends on Joo Dong-Geun’s webtoon Now at Our School and was created by Lee Jae-kyoo, Chun Sung-il, and Kim Nam-su, presents a skeptical depiction of secondary school, youth, and governmental issues.   Notwithstanding having its portion of entertaining and contacting minutes, the show’s depiction of a zombie end times is definitely more negative and altogether despairing than what we normally see in other, far more frightening instances of the class. There are youths left to fight for themselves when the flare-up, peers killing each other for insignificant reasons, and individuals benefitting from misfortune over the span of 12 episodes.   It likewise finishes up on a major cliffhanger, which fans are anxious to see settled in a subsequent season. Up to this point, nothing has been affirmed, passing on us to conjecture on what will occur after Choi Nam-ra meets whoever is hanging tight for her under that school’s rooftop, the Jonas infection’s particular subtleties, and the full extent of the zombie episode.

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