“What wonderful thing didn’t start out scary?” ― Isaac Marion
When I watched the movie I didn’t had any idea it was based on a novel. I’m reading the book right now. I’ll post the review of the book soon.
The movie is really great. I’ve always been a big fan of Zombies since I’ve watched the movie ‘Resident Evil’. And now I’ve watched the show ‘The Walking Dead’, I’m definitely addicted to the show. But watching the movie from the point of view of a corpse is amazing. Knowing what’s going inside a mind of a zombie is really great. I really loved the movie. The story was really great. The characters were great. But let me talk about the main character R played by Nicholas Hoult. He was so amazing. He played the character of a zombie really well. The story is really cute. If you are a fan of zombies then you have to see this movie ASAP.
But surely there are many parts that are different than the book. I’ll post them in the review of the book, once I finish it.
Director: Jonathan Levine
Producer: David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman & Bruna Papandrea
Based on: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
Released on: February 1, 2013
Genres: Comedy | Horror | Romance
Nicholas Hoult as R
Teresa Palmer as Julie Grigio
Rob Corddry as M / Marcus
Dave Franco as Perry Kelvin
Analeigh Tipton as Nora
Cory Hardrict as Kevin
John Malkovich as Colonel Grigio
With much of the world’s population now an undead horde, R is a young and oddly introspective zombie. While fighting with and feeding on a human scavenger party, R meets Julie and feels an urge to protect her. What happens next is the beginning of a strangely warm relationship that allows R to begin regaining his humanity. As this change spreads through the local undead population like a virus, Julie and R eventually have to face a larger issue when the very nature of their friendship is challenged. Caught between the paranoid human forces and the ferocious “Bonies”, zombies who are a mutual threat, R and Julie must find a way to bridge the differences of each side to fight for a better world no one thought possible. – Written by Kenneth Chisholm