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World War Z

World War Z delivered on the other hand exactly what I’ve always wanted from a zombie movie. Normally there are two types of zombie movies. There are the Romero formula in a handful of survivors barricade themselves in a bunker in any form (be it a house, a shopping center, an underground facility, etc), and try to wait out the storm or the 28 Day Later / The Walking Dead story set a month or so already lost a hero in the struggle to survive in post-apocalyptic world after the war.

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The summer of 2013 was not a good year for movies. Into Darkness and "meh" Man of Steel: Again and again I have mediocre blockbuster was treated by the terrible Iron Man 3, the disappointing Star Trek. If the best movie I've seen all summer about the underrated Tom Cruise sci fi movie Oblivion (which was not so great) She was aware that it was a bad summer for movies. Nothing even close to wowing me.

World War Z delivered on the other hand exactly what I've always wanted from a zombie movie. Normally there are two types of zombie movies. There are the Romero formula in a handful of survivors barricade themselves in a bunker in any form (be it a house, a shopping center, an underground facility, etc), and try to wait out the storm or the 28 Day Later / The Walking Dead story set a month or so already lost a hero in the struggle to survive in post-apocalyptic world after the war. People like to complain that zombie movies were played, but if you really think about when it comes to bigger budgeted zombie movies almost every individual has followed one of two formulas. As much as I love zombie movies, I wanted big, epic to see a war of the zombies always. That's never happened. I do not think they see spread to combat an example of a decently budgeted zombie movie, where we tried to fight infection in real time, and the world government.

As a fellow fan of the books, both World War Z and the Zombie Survival Guide equally fun, I understand the skepticism of many fans of this film. No, it is not a faithful adaptation. Yes, those are the only similarities between the title, the names of characters, and a couple of situations. I get it. We fans are the hardest to please people in the world, and there is nothing we like less than an unfaithful adaptation of a book that we love. If that is going to be your hang up, I understand, and this is not the movie for you. However, if you are willing to overlook this fact, and watch this as a separate stand-alone movie, then you are what you expected is simply the best film of the summer and one of the best zombie movies of all time. In addition to Romero's original trilogy, no other zombie movie I've seen, touching World War Z. It's the epic, intense, scariest and most unnerving zombie movie I've ever seen, and I've seen them all . No, it's not nearly as smart as the original Dawn of the Dead or Day of the Dead and is not quite as scary as Night of the Living Dead, but the shear scope overshadowed this film, sometimes even Romero's best efforts. I was legitimately scared of this film. That has not happened since I saw for the first time zombies do not scare me Night of the Living Dead. You just do not. But World War Z managed to do just that.