Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Warm Bodies (2013) Hollywood

Comedy | Horror | Romance

"Cold body. Warm heart."
"He's still dead but he's getting warmer."
"There's nothing hotter than a girl with brain."

I think it is first of its kind. I never saw a movie which story was told from a zombie's perspective. Kinda fun, kinda cute, kinda enjoyable. The movie was made by the director of '50/50' and 'The Wackness' fame, I liked both of them. This movie probably will be his career best till he do better than this. The lead actor was excellent in performance, not so long ago I enjoyed his other fantasy movie 'Jack the giant slayer'. Performances like these definitely he will be a contender for the big league actor.

The surprise pack was Rob Corddry, who was seen in many movies in unnoticed roles and mostly negative role I guess, was performed so well. He was like a second hero of the movie, splendid.

It was adapted from a novel. Like a boy meets girl love story 'Warm bodies' tells a tale of a young zombie who fell in love with a living warm body, a girl. When she was in trouble he rescues her and takes care till she make into safer side.

Who wants a sequel? Please raise your hand, here goes my both the hand up. I love to see a sequel or prequel but should be better or equal to this movie and hope that should be done by the same director with same cast not some B director like 'Death race' and 'Darkman' went. The 'Warm bodies' will be one of a top ten movie of the year especially in my and many movie fanatic's lists. So don't wait so long, just rent it and give it a try, maybe you will own it in the next minute.

Similar movies:
Shaun of the dead, Doghouse, Zombieland, Planet terror

Suitable for:
Tween, Teen, Adult, All

Final verdict:
Ignore, Bad, Average, Good, Excellent

Warm Bodies (2013) on IMDb

  • Tween: From age between 7 to 12
  • Teen: From age between 13 to 19
  • Adult: From age above 20
  • Ignore: Not worth watching
  • Bad: Not good but watchable
  • Average: 50-50, choice is always yours
  • Good: great certainly not masterpiece
  • Excellent: A must see, Masterpiece

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