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‘Love and Monsters’: post-apocalyptic comedy starring Dylan O’Brien debuts in Brazil

With Dylan O’Brien, the post-apocalyptic adventure “ Love and Monsters ” finally got a release date in Brazil.

The actor announced in a special video that the film will premiere on April 14.

Watch, with the trailer:

In Love and Monsters, Dylan O’Brien is a man who tries to cross the land infested with monsters to reconnect with the girl he loves. In real life, Dylan O’Brien is just a man trying to say when his movie hits Netflix. pic.twitter.com/Jo61ziNvUc

– netflixbrasil (@NetflixBrasil) March 16, 2021

The film will be released in theaters through Paramount Pictures, but debuts direct on Home Video (US only).

The post-apocalyptic comedy was a hit with critics in the United States and received an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects.

The production, which will be launched in Brazil by Netflix, will compete for the statuette alongside the feature films ‘Midnight Sky’, the live-action version of ‘Mulan’, ‘The Great Ivan’ and sci-fi ‘TENET’.

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On Rotten Tomatoes, the feature has been opened with 91% approval, based on 38 reviews, to date.

Among the main comments, accolades range from O’Brien’s energetic performance, to the storyline that mixes drama and adventure, to compelling special effects.

Check out the main reviews:

“A great demonstration of O’Brien’s infectious imagination and comedic energy.” – RogerEbert.com.

“A post-apocalyptic creative film about adulthood…” – New York Times.

“A carefree adventure through an apocalyptic danger zone.” – The Hollywood Reporter.

“There is an uplifting spirit throughout the production and the effects are first class.” – News from San Jose Mercury.

“A slightly humorous reference to the action adventures for teens of the ’80s and’ 90s.” – Variety.

“’Love and Monsters’ isn’t particularly scary… However, it’s nice and fun, two qualities worth checking out.” – X assignment.

Directed by Michael Matthews, the story revolves around a hunter named Clyde (Michael Rooker), who teaches Joel Dawson (O’Brien) how to survive during a monster apocalypse – as he crosses the country in search of his beloved.

The cast also includes Jessica Henwick (‘Iron Fist’) and Ariana Greenblatt (‘The First and Only Ivan’).

The duo Brian Duffield and Matthew Robinson are responsible for the script.

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