Written October 26, 2014
I LOVED THIS MOVIE! I am long past my teen years, and I found it to be clever, creative, warm-hearted, inspiring, witty, inventive. This is great for teens and older.
Written January 30, 2015
Expect all that you hoped from the trailer and more! It is a witty, cute take on the zombie Apocalypse that I think anyone would enjoy! The only downside to it was the huge group that was sitting behind me and my friend that laughed hysterically at EVERYTHING, even if it wasn't supposed to be funny. I only hope that you don't get stuck next to a similar group. Nonetheless, Warm Bodies was a great movie! Definately go see it!
Written December 27, 2014
This movie was quite a surprise and I only went because I was a lousy day weatherwise and I wanted to spend it inside. The actors in this movie did an excellent job. It was well scripted. Nicholas Hoult did this entire movie without blinking which I think was an incredible feat. Of course I realize that it was shot in short segments but he still was in character the entire time. There were funny moments and also very tender moments with Julie. I think this was a nice little movie and would recomment it.
Written February 03, 2013
Although some are too far gone, many are savable. The walking dead can come back to life. The answer is grace, not guns. That'll preach, brother! Or if you prefer: Make love, not war. All told in a funny and entertaining way.
Our local movie meetup group host said, "Who knew that there were still fresh ideas for the overdone zombie movie genre? 'Warm Bodies' exceeded my expectations. Told from the perspective of a zombie, the movie had a good message with some heart. This is not your average zombie flick!
Written January 31, 2015
It's been a while since I reviewed a movie and this one is perfect to start up again. I saw this with my fiance on Saturday and we both absolutely loved it! The main character is R, a zombie who wants to be human again and falls in love with a human girl. It's sort of like the Beauty and the Beast except he's a zombie. The girl, Julie, is at first hesitant to trust R because...well, he's a zombie. But (without giving too much away) they grow to understand and trust one another as their bond helps to create a ripple effect. The acting is very well done, especially for the zombies. The zombie makeup is impressive and realistic and we really liked that the zombies are not just moving things. The story was written to show the zombies' point of view and that zombies are capable of thought and feeling, or at least put an effort towards it. The rating is PG-13 and since it's not too gory or bloody, I would recommend it for 14+. A definite must-see! Two thumbs up!