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World War Z

By reyespatricioalex
Written September 30, 2013
One of the worst movies that I have ever seen and I even enjoy the zombie genre. No character development and a poorly written script. This movie relies solely on star power and computer effects. This movie made half a billion at the theaters so I know that it was hugely successful. But I thought that it was absolutely unsatisfying.
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Good action movie, good acting and worth seeing

By lindalou222
Written July 25, 2016
A pretty good zombie flick but no blood, gore or close-ups of actors with fake blood and guts in their mouths. But the zombies are still scary. I jumped a couple times. The actors are very convincing even though the story line is pretty far fetched. It was a reasonable length also (116 minutes).
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World War Z, not really

By mirg69
Written October 30, 2013
my only complaint is , if you rename an apple an orange and people show up expecting to see an orange but instead find an apple they will feel misled,,,World War Z this is definitely not
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just enough scare

By yogifalkin
Written February 21, 2017
I took my daughter to see WWZ last night and it was scary enough to get us both jumping out of our seats and covering our 3D glasses but without the rediculous amount of gore that makes you want to vomit your popcorn. The zombies were scary and vicious but it wasn't over the top. It met my expectations and Pitt did an amazing job as always. It's a must see summer blockbuster and in 3D for sure.
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too many plot holes

By ssmilay
Written September 30, 2016
I shouldn't be second-guessing the director's choices before the movie is over. Why wouldn't zombies want to bite/infect terminally ill people? The terminal illness would not affect them, as the movie explicitly points out, and because zombies are created so quickly, they could certainly create new zombies from sick people before the sick people have a chance to die.
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