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After a girls' night out, endearingly awkward Deb wakes up in the apartment of the most attractive guy in Portland, Maine. She's thrilled, but she can't remember much of what got her there. Pretty boy Ryan only knows it was a mistake and ushers her out the door... into a full-scale zombie apocalypse. Now, a walk of shame becomes a fight for survival as the mismatched pair discovers that the only thing scarier than trusting someone with your life... is trusting them with your heart.Written by
In the opening bar scene, Ruby asks Estelle/Deb 'What if George Washington never wrote the Declaration of Independence?' during an attempt to get her to talk to Ryan Waverly. However, George Washington did not write the Declaration of Independence. It was written by Thomas Jefferson and was supported by a committee comprised of; Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston, and Thomas Jefferson, before being signed by John Hancock and Charles Thomson and printed by John Dunlap. See more »
When Deb and Ryan are running up the stairs away from the zombies in the TV station, her bite wound is no longer visible. See more »
[on the staff at the DMV]
I bet they'll be more alive as undead than they were human.
[impersonating a zombie]
Umm organ donors rrr.
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On the Eve of July, 4th, in Portland, Maine, the camerawoman and aspiring anchor Deb Clarington (Maria Thayer) is drinking with her best friend Ruby (Julie Brister) in a bar. She falls for a handsome stranger and flirts with him. They drink a lot together and in the morning, Deb wakes up in his apartment in an awkward situation since they do not remember what they did on the previous night. When Deb leaves his apartment, she finds in middle of a zombie apocalypse. She returns to the apartment and she learns that he is Ryan Waverly (Michael Cassidy), the son of the wealthy Frank Waverly (Ray Wise), who is the responsible for supplying water to the town. Deb decides to leave Portland to meet her mother, but Ryan convinces her to go to the mansion of his father to meet his brother Chaz Waverly (Chris Marquette) and his girlfriend Stacy (Syd Wilder) and leave the town together. Soon Den learns that Frank and the Governor are the responsible for the outbreak. Will they succeed to escape from the zombies?
"Night of the Living Deb" is one of those films that the viewer wants to like, mostly because of the cute lead actress. However the writers are weak and the cast has unfunny dialogues and situations in the screenplay. In the end, this movie is a waste of a nice cast. My vote is five.
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