Reviews: ‘Warm Bodies’ & ‘Bullet to the Head’

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“Warm Bodies” © Summit Entertainment

Am I the only one flabbergasted that “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters,” is Number 1 at the box office right now? I still haven’t watched it yet, but I’ve heard from several colleagues that it’s terrible, and not in the awesomely bad way. Did you like the film? Leave me a comment telling me why you enjoyed it so much. Maybe you’ll convince me to give it a shot.

This week’s “Weekend Movie Preview” column has my reviews of the horror comedy “Warm Bodies” and the Stallone action picture “Bullet to the Head.” Which one do you think I liked better considering that I love zombies? You might be surprised. Read more my friends.

 

2 comments on “Reviews: ‘Warm Bodies’ & ‘Bullet to the Head’
  1. If I hadn’t seen wither film, your ratings would surprise me. However I saw warm Bodies yesterday (posted a review too) so your review seems right on the money.

    “He talks a lot, which is amusing, because how often do you get to know what zombies are thinking?”

    Um never, because zombies can’t think. The fact that he was a zombie was so arbitrary. They wanted to make a rom-com but needed a way to make it different. Let’s make one a zombie, but then not act like a zombie. The movie didn’t even have the courage to follow through on its own premise.

    • I’ll have to check out your review. I’ve definitely seen films like Dead Heat and Return of the Living Dead where zombies don’t act like typical zombies (i.e. talking and thinking), so I guess that didn’t bother me too much. I would agree that it didn’t follow through on its premise as much as it should have. Overall I think it was lazily written for people in the late teens – early twenties group who don’t know any better.

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