Average User Score: 6.9Feb 13, 2013Warm Bodies is a movie carry so much expectancy. I had been waiting for it since a month ago. In fact, almost all people who have watched the trailer are fascinated by it and await it’s showing. Well, except those who hate creepy zombies or only have relish for incomprehensible literary films. But Gosh! I am an ordinary girl who loves handsome British guys and melting romance! It is just for me when the two essential factors mix with fresh plot and powerful producing team. I fell in love with the guy during the film but fall in love with the movie later.
There are two scenes that imprint on my mind. The first one is when R swims out of the water and his handsomeness reach the peak (and I don’t want to talk about it anymore). The second one is the last scene that I truly feel impressed by. A huge wall that protect human from being attacked by the dead is pulled down. Human win the victory, but not by sending troops. The dead becomes to ‘‘dream’’, to ‘‘feel’’ since R meets his true love. They start to move quickly, they begin to have senses, their hearts become to beat. And all these are because they feel love. I remember they have said: ‘’We eat brains not because we have to, but we want to dream. And that’s the only way we can have some human feelings.’’ I realize what love can do to the world. It is heart-stirring even only by watching a love happening. Love is hopeful, is blossoming. And love makes it alive. Also, I was pleased by the ending that people accept them and help them overcome the difficulties to turn into human. In my memory, human being is afraid of unknown things. People fear what they lack knowledge of. I thought they would reject those zombies because they are scary, mysterious, and have the possibilities to hurt people. But they didn’t, at least in the film. I just love these scenes of human teach them how to play football and help them open an umbrella because they have zombie figures. I always hope that human is able to get along with other species with respect and understanding, especially what we have now around us. So I treasure the ending as a ideal prospect in the future.… Expand