- Genre: Horror, Comedy
- Film running length: 98 min
(excl trailers and advertisements)
- UK Release Date: 8/2/2013
- Directed by: Jonathan Levine
- Country: United States
- Language: English
- Distributor: Entertainment One
Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, John Malkovich
Comedy ‘Warm Bodies’ shows that zombies have hearts, telling the tale of a member of the undead played by Nicholas Hoult (Clash of the Titans) who forms a special bond with a human.
Deciding to protect Julie (Teresa Palmer) from his zombie cohorts, he finds that falling in love instead of feasting on flesh begins to turn him back into a normal person. But can he spread this message in time to save the world from a zombie massacre?
‘Warm Bodies’ also features John Malkovich (Burn After Reading).
Contains moderate violence and horror and one use of strong language.
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Warm Bodies: Average guest rating breakdown (across UK & Ireland):
Total ratings: 254
Average rating: 4.0
Latest customer reviews (from a total of 17 reviews):
Best Zombie film ever!
Slow like a zombie
However I found the first half an hour really slow, like zombie slowness, and the ending went too quick, with no real ending. Although I couldn't help laughing at some of the scenarios at the end.
If you wanted a typical zombies take over the world, don't watch this, if you wanted a zombie rom-com, then this is right up your street!
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