Warm bodies film
Often tagged as ‘the Twilight with zombies’ it doesn’t actually live up to it’s tag. Warm Bodies is a film mixed between Romeo and Juliet, a pinch of Twilight and a touch of Frankenstein. In fact, despite a past large interest in Twilight, this movie is actually better with acting a bit more realistic, with Nicholas Hoult being a slightly better supernatural being than Robert Pattinson (Sorry Rob). Hoult, who has been acting since he was a child, starred in 2002’s About a Boy and I enjoyed watching a film of his which didn’t involve him being a nerdy wonky- dodgy fringed preen boy but rather a rather good looking guy who has had hours of make up on him.
Warm Bodies is a film about a teenage girl named Julie who’s town is taken over by zombies, but is saved from attack by fittie zombie R, who clames he ‘cant remember what he’s called’ and R becomes more human However, other viewers might argue that it is just a typical teenage film where the girl falls for the boy who’s supernatural with model-like features, Twilight with different actors and stars who think they can act. The only downside to this film is that I’ve seen better grunts in a school play. From the audience. In the opening line. In fact, from watching Warm Bodies, it’s more of a girly version of World War Z. You don’t even need to be a fan of Nicholas Hoult or the director to like it, and it’s not even very scary either, considering it’s age target of people or girls aged 11 or up
Enjoy watching or rewatching it. 9.5/10.