A quick review .
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Once upon a time, in a movie far far away, Monsters and aliens were seen as scary. But now thanks to films such as Twilight (Catherine Hardwick, 2008) and TV programmes like The Vampire Diaries and Doctor Who, all this has change. Can’t we just go back to a time where vampires and monsters are feared rather than become sex symbols!
However, Warm bodies take this to the next level and attempt to make Zombies sexy … Yes Zombies! Zombies with rotting flesh and a slight issue with eating people alive are now seen as desirable in Hollywood. In this feature film instead of having a typical romance, a zombie named R (Nicholas Hoult) falls in love with a human named Julie (Teresa Palmer), so from this you can kind of assume that the writer wanted a twisted Romeo and Juliet, with the film even…
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