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Film Review - Army of Thieves


Last May, director Zack Snyder unleashed “Army of the Dead,” which was presented as a single chapter in a larger story of zombie horrors and character connections. It was a huge film that examined the dangers of a new world order, doing so with Snyder’s signature style and love of an expanded run time. “Army of Thieves” is the first step forward for the “Army of the Dead” universe, or perhaps a step backwards is a more apt description, with actor/director Matthias Schweighofer going the prequel route to explore the formation of master safecracker, Ludwig Dieter. Without horror elements to manage, “Army of Thieves” emerges as more of a playful caper featuring an energetic cast and glossy European locations, providing an entertaining ride of heist activity and near-misses with law enforcement. Zombies aren’t the focus this time around, which works very well for this lively endeavor. Read the rest at


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