Nothing here we haven't seen in 28 Days Later, or any other zombie film, or even The War of the World that was written 100 years ago. After barely escaping the chaos, Lane is persuaded to go on a mission to investigate this disease. Among the weapons they have in their arsenal is a baseball bat. Action, Adventure, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller 2013 Year 116 Mins 7. Which is odd because any director should be excited or proud to be presenting their work to the world! The gravity of the decisions Gerry has to make here are greater than any previously in the movie where mostly he just has to run like hell! The rating, the early reviews, my love of gory George Romero movies had all led me to deciding not to see this. Nothing to see here ladies and gentlemen, move on.
Suddenly, the world is plagued by a mysterious infection turning whole human populations into rampaging mindless zombies. I thought that the most interesting aspects of the book were its exploration of how the Zombie plague affected social and political structures across the world. But the mindless zombies who made this movie missed this chance too. Here is a list of the things that went wrong: 1. I just don't think Mark Forster Quantum of Bollox knows how to direct. After all it is clearly a high risk mission, casualties must be expected. Come on now, I think that the director is a bit of a thickie but I can't believe that no one who looked at this movie pre-release had seen Shaun of the Dead.
So suck it it up whiners and enjoy this for what it is! Brad Pitt in interview said they chose Mark as he was really good at the little emotional moments between characters. They have a neurologist on the team, who incidentally cant stop using cheesy metaphors about mother nature. It's an unusual choice to end a movie with the smallest set piece, but it worked well for me as it was in line with Gerry's quest and the stated in the movie fact that the answer is often so small it gets overlooked. We still didn't because, see 3. I would have thought a director of this size movie would be able to make a speech. Brad doesn't even really do any acting.
World War Z 2013 English Subtitles Life for former United Nations investigator Gerry Lane and his family seems content. I was also surprised at how cheap this movie looked. First, even a doctor with years of medical training can't do that without extensive testing. What struck me about it was how much of a wasted opportunity it was, given how interesting and entertaining the source material is. Mediafire: 4shared: Rapidshare: -French -English -Croatian -German -Chinese -Romanian -Bosnian -Arabic -Italian -Albanian -Swedish -Serbian -Russian -Spanish -Hungarian -Turkish -Portuguese -Bulgarian -Polish -Greek -Finnish -Slovenian -Dutch -Japanese -Ukrainian -Hebrew -Hindi -Korean -Czech -Danish -Estonian -Latvian -Maltese -Lithuanian -Iranian -Armenian. This made the zombies totally not scary and even on occasions towards the end, just plain laughable.
No great lines, and I don't really believe that he loves his kids and wife so terribly much. After barely escaping the chaos, Lane is persuaded to go on a mission to investigate this disease. No big climax at the end and the least threatening Zombie in the history of movies. I for one will be getting this on blu ray and I'll be first in line for any sequel. Does anyone, one soul in Wales, own a baseball bat? I'll have what she's having! Brad Pitt is really the film's only strength. He does a bit of running around and a fight or two. Suddenly, the world is plagued by a mysterious infection turning whole human populations into rampaging mindless zombies.
Reading from cards he fumbled over his words, got his actors names seriously wrong in front of 1000 people and was clearly very very nervous. Much like Tom Cruise, Brad's got enough talent to singlehandedly pull you through a not-so-great movie without you hating him for it. Suddenly, the world is plagued by a mysterious infection turning whole human populations into rampaging mindless zombies. But I had to do it to save your family, alright? This doesn't make any sense at any level. What I can't understand is how the filmmakers seemingly ignored the book's most obviously cinematic content. He apparently learned all that stuff on the field, and he is not a scientist either.
Its very intense and that not the gore is what would scare them. The film could have been saved in the Edit - with some clever re-positioning of the major scenes, to get the structure right, but having seen Brad and Mark together, they had clearly fallen out of love with the movie. The Premiere - I was at the London World Premiere last week, and Interestingly there was clearly tension between Mark Director and Brad Pitt. Well, this time they put the whole movie in. Their marriage and children felt so plastic and ready-made that I personally would not have felt a thing if Pitt was torn apart by zombies in front of his family.
Finally, he doesn't have experience as a commanding officer. The audience laughed at several moment, that I don't believe the director even realised were gags! It is very different to the traditional zombie movie, and very different to the book. Well, actually that might have improved this movie, alas it couldn't have happened because of 1. They will use one of the samples to infect themselves and see if zombies will lose their appetite. Having read the book World War Z, I could tell from the trailers for this movie that it wouldn't exactly be a faithful adaptation. But I will admit, an undated version would be very welcome! This film cost hundreds of millions of dollars to make, but it's hard to see where it all went on the screen.
Speaking to actors who worked on the film they told me a lot of the dialogue was improvised. They just run around a lot, far too fast for a 'human being'. A South Korean airbase is portrayed as a series of dark rooms; too much of the movie takes place in an airline seat; there is a lot of sitting around inside of the aircraft carrier, etc. The security cameras show the room clearly. Ultimately the movie is completely forgettable and uneven, but not offensively bad or objectively terrible in any sense. As a result we didn't care if they lived or died.