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Warm Bodies 2012 Subtitles

Life for Julie (Teresa Palmer) and R (Nicholas Hoult) couldn't be more different. R is a zombie; with a great record collection; limited vocab and an overpowering love of brain food. Julie is a human; beautiful; strong; open minded and all heart. When R makes an unexpected decision and rescues Julie from a zombie attack, his lifeless existence begins to have a purpose.

Starring:
Dave Franco, Teresa Palmer
Runtime:
1 hour, 37 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy, Horror
Director Jonathan Levine
Starring Dave Franco, Teresa Palmer
Supporting actors Nicholas Hoult, Analeigh Tipton, John Malkovich, Rob Corddry, Cory Hardrict, Ayisha Issa, Justin Bradley, Patrick Sabongui, Ruth Chiang, Dawn Ford
Studio Entertainment One
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I thoroughly enjoyed this!!!
It's not the greatest film ever, but it is funny, heart warming and that little bit "different".
There are scenes that will remain with me and still make me smile when I think of them.
Would definitely recommend it!
... perhaps not to my older friends :-)
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If you're going to make a zom-rom-com (are those in the right order?) then Edgar Wright's superb Sean of the Dead is always going to be the high water mark you have to shoot for. With such little margin for error, it's perhaps lucky, then, that Warm Bodies has Isaac Marion's hugely popular 2010 YA novel as its starting point.

The film begins with Nicholas Hoult's R (he can't remember the other letters in his name) shuffling around a post-apocalyptic airport with his undead familiars. Through use of a handy voiceover, R reveals that he is frustrated with being unable to connect with anyone living or otherwise, and, as well as human flesh, craves some kind of meaning to his life.

This all changes, however, when R and a small band of undead comrades stumble upon a group of survivors, including K-stew lookalike, Julie (Teresa Palmer). First things first, though, and, whilst Julie and her band of scavengers pump some serious led into the groaning hoard, R happily chows down on Julie's boyfriend's brains.

This is where zombie purists may start to have a problem with Warm Bodies. In this Z-world, zombies get to experience the human memories of their victims whilst they consume their brains. On top of that, zombies can run and, after a while, they apparently give up on existence and turn into a boney; a skeletal and super-aggressive zombie 2.0. But, traditional or not, these tweaks actually underpin the best aspects of the film.

So, purely because he has eaten Julie's boyfriend and experienced love towards her, R decides to save her from the other zoms. He even begins to develop his own feelings for his new, non-rotten companion to boot. Obviously, this is an unconventional and forbidden love and the story is a real spin on Romeo and Juliet.
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What a great idea! A zombie movie told from the perspective of the zombies - Nicholas Hoult is great as `R', an unfortunate victim of an unspecified plague that has left the majority of the population as the shuffling undead, and the remainder (led by an austere John Malkovich) hiding behind a huge wall, occasionally venturing out in order to reduce the surplus (zombie) population. R is different from other zombies - he thinks, listens to (admittedly bad) music on a turntable, and `lives' in an abandoned aeroplane, contemplating his meaningless existence and occasionally imbibing the memories of the non-zombie few by eating their brains. When he meets Julie (Malkovich's spirited daughter), R finds a new purpose, and to the amazement of all, the unthinkable begins to become reality.
A fine, original and engaging movie - if a little slight. Warm and appealing performances (although JM is as ever an acquired taste), I would certainly recommend it as an antidote to those Twilight yawn-fests and the like.
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Zombie folklore is everywhere at the moment..it seems to be the latest craze and here we have a refreshing, morbid and slightly melancholic take on a romantic comedy..the lead being a zombie who falls for a female human survivor.
Though the plot sounds pretty cheesy, Warm Bodies has a little more life to it than that. A little. pun intended. It manages to maintain a creditable amount of humor throughout, although the writing is far from original, the acting however is enchanting especially from Hoult as a man who is trying his hardest to fight the affliction he has been dealt. Twilight will be compared but this has more charm than those movies and i suppose skirts the sentimental line a bit, probably this is why i liked it though.
Its like Bub from Day of the Dead(the 1985 original) had been given his own movie and we get a first hand account of what it might be like to regain emotions we all take for granted sometimes. Not as frighteningly bad as you might pre conceive!
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This is perhaps the oddest adaptation of Romeo and Juliet to date. The names "R" (Nicholas Hoult) and Julie (Teresa Palmer) should clue you in. The film starts out with first person narration from "R", a zombie. He let's us know he can not connect with people, the theme of the film that zombies are simply people who have lost their connection to other people. If they can regain that connection, they can be cured or at any rate, not smell as bad.

In this tale "R" consumes the brains of Julie's boyfriend and gains his memory. This starts a platonic relationship where they protect each other from each other's world. "R" is a horder who lives in a plane. Julie's dad (John Malkovich) is the leader of zombie killers. The introduction of young kids with pseudo patriotic themes is a satire of the "Red Dawn" movies.

There are some questions that arise.
1) How do the skeletons, i.e. "bonies" stay together without falling apart?
2) How does a record player operate after 8 years into a zombie apocalypse with no electricity?
3) How does a person see their own face in their own memory?

This is a fun film, that drags at times. Will be a welcomed addition to my zombie film collection when it comes out. Almost a prequel to "Fido."

PARENTAL GUIDE: No sex or nudity. Zombie Rob Corddry whispers the F-bomb near the end of the film.
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