Warm Bodies


Comedy / Horror / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 80%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 210,677


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October 11, 2019


Analeigh Tipton as Veronica
John Malkovich as Herman Mankiewicz
Nicholas Hoult as David Philips
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758.42 MB
23.976 fps
98 min
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23.976 fps
98 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mihai Toma 9 / 10 / 10

An unusual Zombie

In a post-apocalyptic world, where most of the population was turned into zombies and some into walking skeletons, R is a pretty unusual member of the undead. He collects stuff, he spends "quality" time in an airplane, and, most importantly, he thinks. In his situation, he saves a girl who got surrounded while scouting for medicine and tries, in his own way, to communicate with her. Although scared as hell in the beginning, she starts to enjoy R's company, creating some sort of human zombie connection. From this moment, R slowly turns more and more alive, but as his evolution becomes more pronounced, he becomes a target of the "Bonies", so he must do something fast before he will be eaten (almost) alive. It's a pretty atmospheric horror movie, featuring an unusual zombie who is determined to change and receives some unexpected help from a living being, which he saves. It sends emotion and tension, and although it starts very slowly, almost boringly slowly, it gains pace and becomes interesting. While it is mostly predictable, but not in a bad way, and some events are rather questionable, it manages to be a very good watch, with a happy ending which put a smile to my previously sad face.

Reviewed by Kristoffer-Eikrem12 7 / 10 / 10

A good usage of fusion between two very derivative narratives

This movie does two things; 1. show a zombie-apocalypse from a new perspective, and 2. everything it can with something that is not new or super high-concept. Fantastically displays how zombies feel and how socially anxious they would be. It is amazing how it manages to portray such a relatable zombie. This is a typical love story so it does have some tropes here and there, like the "come sleep in the same bed as me scene", but the fact that it merges two very derivative narratives provides freshness in both spaces, so the movie earns those tropes. It also sort of plays like a Disney fairy-tale. You've got transformation/curse, unlikely romance and even a disapproving father.

Reviewed by vantikaci 7 / 10 / 10

Surprisingly thoughtful

I was expecting a slightly dark Rom-Com and got a little more. What piqued my interest, was the angst filled,hapless R,shuffling through the airport lamenting on how humans used to interact and connect, which switched to the same airport, filled with disconnected humans, alienated and engaging only with their cell phones. I thought, well , that's an astute observation. Hought's was a compelling performance, I loved his repulsion at his own inhumanity when he ate the brain of Perry, as seen through Perry's memory. That's some good acting. I also like that twist, it reminded me of Robert Heinlein's Michael Valentine Smith,(Stranger in a Strange Land) who ate the bodies of the dead in order to absorb their spirit, all in the name of love. You grok? I LOL'd in real life when the zombies were geared into action, to 'Rock You Like a Hurricane', and we were treated to the (now iconic) Reservoir Dogs slow-mo, except it was in real time- because...hey, they're zombies! They're already in slow-mo! Also when the makeover to human montage was cut short by the friend shutting off Pretty Woman and saying "It's funny". It is. And of course, the redemption of the zombies (and humans) and the bonding experience of reconciliation through the love of killing a common enemy. Yay!

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