The Zombie movie par excellence. Violent without abusing it. Terrible without scare. Punctuated like a frantic race. Smooth and rhythmic music for a particular cine moment with many effects and swell in view of the number of "Zombi" display. Thank you Muse for this theme music .. Too bad it is not present in the OST
Le film de Zombie par excellence. Violent sans en abuser. Terrible sans effrayer. Rythmé comme une course effrénée. Des musiques à l'écoute douces et rythmées pour un moment ciné particulier aux effets nombreux et gonfler au vu du nombre de "Zombi" afficher. Merci Muse pour cette musique de thème.. Dommage qu'elle ne soit pas présente dans l'OST
With these kinds of movies, debating the plot or the contrasts is pointless. It's a post-apocalyptic catastrophe film that features what they call zombies. Technically speaking, they wouldn't qualify as zombies because, despite what the WHO doctor claims, they don't appear to pass away. However, a seizure doesn't necessarily result in death, so even after the change they have undergone, they remain alive. Why do I still speak?
This movie can be defined as a normal zombie movie with nothing special and it's also a bit boring. Then this film has one thing that is terrible that the timing and dynamics of the events are meaningless and too prolific just to lengthen a film that otherwise could last half.
Bloated and uninspired, World War Z plods along to a lackluster finish without any excitement or relatable characters. Brad Pitt to his credit does a fine job, but in some scenes he looks like he's annoyed by the large number of reshoots he was subjected to. Completely forgettable film.