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post #46 of 67
Actually you're wrong, it is a prequel. Which is why London is already burnt out and devastated at the beginning of 28 days later, yet doesn't happen until the end of 28 weeks.
post #47 of 67
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Originally Posted by javyn View Post
Actually you're wrong, it is a prequel. Which is why London is already burnt out and devastated at the beginning of 28 days later, yet doesn't happen until the end of 28 weeks.

No. 28 Days is the prequel of 28 Weeks which is the sequel of 28 Days. Or did you see a preview of 28 Minutes Later?
post #48 of 67
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
No. 28 Days is the prequel of 28 Weeks which is the sequel of 28 Days. Or did you see a preview of 28 Minutes Later?

lol

oh and my wife agrees with Javyn, but then how do you explain them repopulating the city at the beginning of 28 weeks later?
post #49 of 67
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Originally Posted by shimmyt View Post
lol oh and my wife agrees with Javyn, but then how do you explain them repopulating the city at the beginning of 28 weeks later?
Did you watch the fucking movie? The dad got the virus from the woman who harbored it with no symptoms, went nuts and started infecting people. From there, it turned into chaos.
post #50 of 67
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Actually you're wrong, it is a prequel. Which is why London is already burnt out and devastated at the beginning of 28 days later, yet doesn't happen until the end of 28 weeks.
London is not "burnt out" during 28 Days. Just deserted. The firebombing that occurred in 28 Weeks obviously happened after 28 Days. Did anyone here even watch the movies?
post #51 of 67
Nope it was pretty burnt out. I haven't seen the trailer for 28 minutes but I'll keep an eye out on youtube.
post #52 of 67
You guys. Seriously. THE WHOLE PREMISE for 28 Weeks Later is that they're "repopulating" London after the events of 28 Days Later.
post #53 of 67
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Nope it was pretty burnt out.
That's a trait that few have - absolute certainty in error, persistence in wrongness.
post #54 of 67
They should have called the movie 28 weeks before, to avoid all this confusion with you all thinking it's a sequel rather than a prequel.

I think the original outbreak will be gone into in the third movie, or should I say, prequel.
post #55 of 67
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Originally Posted by javyn View Post
They should have called the movie 28 weeks before, to avoid all this confusion with you all thinking it's a sequel rather than a prequel.

I think the original outbreak will be gone into in the third movie, or should I say, prequel.

Dude.

DUDE.

SERIOUSLY.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0463854/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/28_weeks_later
post #56 of 67
Dude!!!!







Sweet!!!!!!
post #57 of 67
Sauce - I linked to the official movie website that has a synopsis of the story that couldn't be clearer (not to mention that anyone who actually paid a minimal level of attention during either movie should be able to compute that). javyn is once again just trolling us here
post #58 of 67
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Originally Posted by montecristo#4 View Post
Dude!!!!







Sweet!!!!!!

OMG U GUYZ SRSLY. SRSLY U GUYZ.

GDL, I know, but it's sort of... brilliant. It's the next evolutionary step in internet trolling.
post #59 of 67
I haven't the time to bother with your "links". Perhaps one day, we can get this sorted out.


IT'S A PREQUEL

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post #60 of 67
Hillary Will Win!!!
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