Attack the Block
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Here's what we have on Joe Cornish's, "Attack the Block", starring Jodie Whittaker and John Boyega. You can read and download the official screenplay at 8FLiX.
From the producers of Shaun of the Dead, ATTACK THE BLOCK is a fast, funny, frightening action adventure movie that pits a teen street gang against an invasion of savage alien monsters. It turns a London housing project into a sci-fi battleground, the low-income apartment complex into a fortress under siege. And it turns a crazy mix of tough street kids into a team of kick ass heroes. It’s inner city versus outer space and it’s going to explode.
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