World War Z

2013

Action / Adventure / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

162
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 68%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 72%
IMDb Rating 7 10 524783

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Brad Pitt as Gerry Lane
Peter Capaldi as W.H.O. Doctor
Elyes Gabel as Andrew Fassbach
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Reviewed by cinemajesty 6 / 10

A Brainwashing Hollywood Experience

Movie Review: "World War Z" (2013)

Hollywood Major Paramount Pictures takes the principal photography footage away from director Marc Forster in Fall 2012, who prepared himself to the best of his capabilities as "Monster's Ball" (2001) Halle Berry and Billy Bob Thornton directing to further taking responsibility for the undermining James Bond action-thriller "Quantum of Solace" (2008), when this zombie-apocalypse based on Max Brooks' book from 2006 tells a humanized story of special forces operative Gerry Lane, performed by engaging, but the main character's fighting spirit-denying actor Brad Pitt, who carries "World War Z" through an-already heavenly-cut 105-Minute-Editorial by Roger Barton and further polishing works Matt Chesse in a six months delayed worldwide release pushed from December 2012 to June 2013 to massive half a billion U.S. dollar revenues in a brainwashing dream-factory event movie that plays havoc with North-southern Korean border conflicts under left-behind former and imprisoned CIA-agent in some suspense pushing short appearance by actor David Morse, when false visual interpretation in super-high-quality zombie-swarming attack waves of a still-raging Gaza-Strip border conflict between Hebrew Israel versus Muslim Palastine, becomes an indirect suggestive material of Israeli's political attitude in a seemingly misunderstood "war-on-terror" from the East.

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Reviewed by SimonJack 4 / 10

Zombie-fest of mayhem and little else

"World War Z" earns four stars for two attributes. It is almost non-stop action for those who enjoy adrenaline-depleting films of the characters within. And, it has very good makeup for the various zombies. I don't rate films on the basis of CGI because that always looks phony to me, and for that reason I don't think it's to be celebrated for cinema art. The two biggest negatives of the film are the plot and the acting.

Come on, Paramount and associates, surely you could dream up some source - cause and place, of the zombie outbreak. It wasn't in New Jersey. It wasn't in South Korea. It wasn't in Jerusalem. It wasn't in India. It wasn't in Wales. So, where did it first appear? And what was the cause? This is sci-fi (fiction), so make up something to fill a big hole and question in the plot. Then there's the one zombie in captivity in the Wales research lab. How did they happen to capture it? Especially such meek and mild scientists?

Then, there's the acting; or more accurately, the lack thereof. To some extent one shouldn't expect to see much acting in fast-paced action films such as this. What is there to emote or portray when the cast is mostly running around or hurriedly moving all the time? But in this case, there are a couple of slow scenes, and the audience sees Brad Pitt with his mouth half agape and motionless, looking at other actors who are talking. He appears stupefied. This lasts long enough each time to make one who appreciates good acting wonder if Pitt fell asleep with his eyes open. No one else in the cast of otherwise little known performers does anything to suggest that any roles called for acting in this weird sci-fi flick.

Even in the "logic" for the zombies, the whole production group seemed to miss one thing that was outlandish. Given that whatever makes the zombie a zombie, it can bring dead back to life - or to a state of "undead," that is able to act alive and move about. Apparently, the only thing that stops them from getting back up is shooting them in the head - or blowing their brains and head off. But the film shows dozens of these zombies falling off tall building, smashing onto the pavement and steel structures and then getting up and tearing off. So, with all those broken legs, backs and necks, the bodies could still run as if they had no such debilitating injuries.

This zombie-fest is mostly a long show of mayhem with nothing to recommend it as an even fair movie.

Reviewed by jerralagbayani 7 / 10

Great Zombie Film But Went By Too Quick...

The action and stuff really entertained me with some blood splatters and the references from the book. Zombies have always been one of my film hobbies and I was surprised to see this as a movie. There are some scenes that got me to jump but with all the horror movies i've seen I don't jump as much. What I loved was it's plot on finding the origin of the virus. The thing I didn't like was the fast pace of the film. Firstly the zombies were literally fast paced, second the action started after 5 minutes into it. With 2 hours they really put effort in putting in action! I don't recommend this for younger viewers but i'm not the parent. No sexuality, lots of violence, some gore, and some language.

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