Excerpt: "R" is a zombie, who struggles to be human. After eating a man's brain, he is close to being mortal again. *** The story, over-all, is not THAT BAD. However, it should have been presented in a more mysterious way.
Excerpt: The opening scenes immediately signal this is going to be a different kind of zombie movie. Following the story from the zombie's point of view is the film's highlight, with Hoult's dry internal monologue providing a lot of the humour.
Summary: It's creepy imagining zombies asorbing our memories by eating our brains & zombies falling in love with humans.It is interesting watching the relationship between R & Julie though.Warm Bodies is an OK zombie movie with a definite twist & something different that I would tell somebody to go check out...
Summary: Well I. Wasn't sure whether I wanted to go see this movie or not when it was in theaters but I rented it one night and all I can say is why did I wait so long the movie was fantastic as all the reviews sayed it was it was a sweet love story with comedy and action mixed In wat a treat wonderful movie...
Excerpt: It is too hard to give a zombie film a passing grade. But looks like, this mentality is to be thrown away, because warm bodies is a warmer and easily a passing film of such genre. The motto of the film is straight. The zombies are the good who are changing with time.
Summary: It won't slake your yearning for the next season of "The Walking Dead," but "Warm Bodies" is a fun, quirky addition to the zombie genre. I admit that part of my interest was curiosity about what ever happened to that kid from "About a Boy.
Summary: Warm Bodies is riveting and fascinating, with tender romance and pleasant good time. It is absorbing, original, full of heart and sweet tale of unusual love between a zombie and a human being. This is a perfect movie for me to enjoy.
Summary: What a surprise this film was. So charming. Warm Bodies benefits from two excellent lead performances from Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer; they carry this film nicely, but it's really the strong direction from Jonathan Levine (50/50) that makes the film work.
Summary: I was hoping this would be more than a "Twilight-with-Zombies" film and I wasn't disappointed. I'm a zombie fanatic, but I was surprised how much I liked this (well for a "romantic" movie anyway).