Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies
Warm Bodies




93 minutes





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"Corpses do not think . . . they are incapable of remorse," General Grigio announces sternly to the world as its population struggles to fight off an epidemic of flesh-eating, undead demons. Anyone who's seen a zombie film knows this; the twist in Warm Bodies is that some of the ghouls are capable of thought. Not only does hunky zombie R stop to admire a victim's watch before devouring his arm, he also develops a profound attraction to Grigio's daughter, Julie, which is not entirely unrequited. Could love be humanity's most powerful weapon? A comic horror loosely based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, with a cool soundtrack, adapted from Isaac Marion's novel.

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Contains moderate violence and horror and one use of strong language

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