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Warm Bodies

(2013)

Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and some language.

PG-13 In Theaters 02/1/2013 , 97min.
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Viewer Score
91%
Viewer score based on 53 ratings
59%
Critic score based on 38 reviews

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August 15, 2013
jc00000000162203
Something for everyone; comedy, violence, romance, zombies. What else do you need in a movie?
March 27, 2013
toogud2btrue2011
so if he has sex with a regular human and she becomes pregnant - do she have hybrid Zombie babies?
March 07, 2013
flatdialogue
Killer idea: Romeo dead from the beginning.
February 24, 2013
lh00000000138794
This was awesome! Best of \"Horror\" Zombies & a Love story! Kind of a Twilight Meets Zombies Meets Romeo & Juliet! Loved It!!!
February 23, 2013
corbetl2
Wonderful movie. Brilliantly acted. Has something for everyone. Loved it.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

New York Daily News
Hoult's genuinely awkward charm and Palmer's tomboyish wholesomeness disarm an audience overfamiliar with this story. The two ably communicate the primitive and irrational feelings of falling in love. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
In doing a little genre bending of romantic schmaltz and horror cheese - some fundamental zombie mythology is turned on its head - the film breathes amusing new life into both. Full Review
Bob Mondello
NPR
There's not a lot of gore - or even suspense - in Warm Bodies, and the script plays fast and loose with the zombie rules invented by "Night of the Living Dead" creator George Romero. But director Jonathan Levine's area of expertise is confused-young-men comedies like "The Wackness" and "50/50," so he really gets this hero's predicament. Full Review
Kevin Jagernauth
The Playlist
Playing with genre is fine, but if you're going to create new rules, you have to play by them too, but unfortunately Warm Bodies continually subverts its own internal logic and basic, believable character motivation to keep pushing the movie along. Full Review
Kimberley Jones
Austin Chronicle
With "50/50," his last stint in the director's chair, Levine upended convention to make a feel-good cancer movie. He's still defying expectations: In animating the inner workings of the undead, he's made a movie that is both clever and heartfelt. Full Review
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