The script simply isn’t fresh enough to give the film that much praise. Even if you’ve seen the staples of this sub-genre - like George Romero’s Dead series (say, Night of the Living Dead through Land of the Dead), 28 Days Later (not a zombie film, I get it, but a film that carries the traits of one) or even The Walking Dead - you might feel World War Z is a little stale. But if you’ve never seen a zombie film, you’ll get a charge out of this film’s Contagion meets Zero Dark Thirty meets Zack Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead-like equation.
Watch World War Z Movie Online If you haven’t been reading every bit of information about the film, the story is seen through the eyes of Gerry Lane (Pitt) an ex-United Nations vet called back into duty to find a “patient zero” or some sort of cure in the midst of a fast-spreading, world-wide zombie epidemic. Gerry and his family are first-hand witnesses to the power of the virus as they get caught in Philadelphia during an intense outbreak in the city streets that cuts them off from their home and forces them to seek refuge until they’re retrieved by the military.
Watch World War Z Online 2013 As director Forster is going more for a “force of Mother Nature” approach to the zombies, the undead are depicted as a rather faceless lot. We don’t get a whole lot of close-ups, they leap and gnash and run at their prey so quickly, the audience hardly gets a moment to assess what’s happening thus weakening the threat. It’s dizzying and works only on occasion, but the more potent moments of danger come when Gerry and his wife decide to visit a convenience store which is being looted in an effort to get their daughter some asthma spray (yes, they use the ol’ “asthma” plot device to garner empathy) and a non-zombie menace presents itself. Also effective is the predicament Gerry is presented with later on while onboard an aircraft carrier: Help the government, moreover, the world and find a cure or run the risk of having his family booted back out on the streets, losing their current safe haven - a solid set-up.
Watch World War Z Movie Free What follows is a globetrotting adventure in which Gerry is shepherded by a military team and, for the most part, it’s pretty standard stuff. One location yields some of the clues Gerry is looking for to complete his mission while another location thrusts the audience into a sweeping invasion sequence in Israel where Gerry discovers not even giant walls can hold back the undead. The momentum of the story works quite well through all of this in spite of its familiarity, but it all comes screeching to a halt when World War Z scales back its vision of bodies cascading over buildings and swarming zombies toppling buses and helicopters in favor of a smaller third act that adapts to a “contained” zombie tale more akin to what we’ve seen in the Resident Evil films or The Walking Dead. Here we see Gerry taking certain risks that are all too conveniently tied up for my taste.
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