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sreekirch's Movie Reviews (88)

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Warm Bodies 
Heartwarming bodies
3/4 stars

It is too hard to give a zombie film a passing grade. But looks like, this mentality is to be thrown away, because warm bodies is a warmer and easily a passing film of such genre. The motto of the film is straight. The zombies are the good who are changing with time. The Bonies are the scrap creatures who show some rough stuff. Nicholas Hoult known as Mr. R is understanding the real change in zombies. The rare example is where, a zombie helps a US swat force to kill the Bonies. Mind blowing and really that was set back example where, this film has gone a step ahead. Teresa Palmer is caught by Nicholas. They slowly understand each other and develop a decent relationship. Director Jonathan has put the right stuff without giving too much into the plot. Who are the bonies? Well, I did not care. The point was all on the chemistry and radical notion to be developed between zombies and humans.
Nicholas works good in his role. He eats brain and recollects the past of the dead manís life. On the other side, his narrative is care giving. He has a spark in gesturing zombie action. Teresa Palmer has no much big to do, but as long as she has to do, like driving car, caring for the story of Mr R or the evenly good chemistry she shares with Nicholas (zombie), she is in it. John Malkovich is the tough dad of Palmer. He does not believe the zombie transformation. But time will teach him the lesson. Here is the answer. A zombie film that looks sharper, better and even believable for what it is. The team set up here has together functioned on and on by adapting the book and they hold the aces right. These bodies are telling us the story and their dreams of living and expectancy. Definitely heart warming.


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