Written November 29, 2015
so I go to check out this movie on valentines day alone but aside from that the movie its self was a wonderful treat that really made my day lot better it was like a pack of sour patch kids as I said first its sour 'well our friend r has to kill a guy to live ' then its sweet ' he falls in love with the guys gf" and he decides to protect her from the harm of being eaten alive by others of his kind"aka zombies but it turns out to be a harder job than he thinks when he movies her in to his castle but while she is being protected she actualy falls in love with him sound a lot like beauty and the beast?? well it is and its wonderful so I strongly suggest u see it if u haven't already
Written August 05, 2015
I really liked this movie, not at all what I expected, more comedy and romance than really advertised but well worth it. Cute story, the zombie inner monologue was very amusing, and acting was very good. Not much action if that's what you're looking for, more of a g version of Zombieland. Definitely recommend!
Written November 27, 2015
Warm Bodies was cute and a bit funky. Not sure what we expected, but the story was so original that we had to see it. Probably won't see it twice, but it was light and funny, gross at times but what can you expect with a zombie movie.
Written September 02, 2015
I thought this movie was going to be a dud. Usually when the trailer makes a movie look both comical, romantic and scary you just know that there's going to be some issues. There WERE some parts that were startling... at one point in the movie my teenager jumped. It was quite cute. However, I found that in the end there was ACTUALLY a good lesson learned and a moral to the story that most older kids and teenagers should pick-up on and this 37 year-old mom of 4 even enjoyed. That is, "don't judge a book by it's cover" and "giving people second chances"... yes the movie was corny but I'd see it again. I'd even buy it once it is out on DVD.
I would NOT bring a little kid to this movie though. Some idiot did and the kid bawled through parts of the movie.
Written January 28, 2015
This movie kept me smiling, laughing, and "aww-ing" at every moment. It kept me on my toes wanting to know where it was going to go next. The acting was absolutely brilliant. I know supernatural love stories tend to get a lot of groans of disapproval since the Twilight series, but Warm Bodies nails it out of the park. There were no awkward moments of acting. Not for one second was I not thoroughly immersed in the world of R and Julie. I was completely sold on the emotions being portrayed. Nicholas Hoult nails zombie-ism. They all do, but he was perfect for R. I read the book also, and I personally think I may have liked the movie even more. There were only a couple aspects of the book I wish they had put in, but overall it was perfect. I am also a fan of your typical scary zombies, but I loved this aspect of it too. It gives it a fun new twist that I thoroughly enjoyed. Hardcore zombie fans need to go into this with an open mind to appreciate it. Overall, love love loved this movie!