Let me start stating something you already know for some time: I am quite stupid. Yeah. I needed to read in a comment to relate the two main characters to Romeo (named R in Warm Bodies) and Juliet (named Julie).
Well, regarding the movie, and although it is classified as a comedy I disagree. Romance, yes, it is. Horror not really, but I can understand why. Action, yeah, why not. And Drama, please. Well if in the last movie I’ve watched true love is the key to nymphomaniac cure, in Warm Bodies, love is the key to zombie cure. But if you think a little, any dead guy would rise in the sight of Teresa Palmer. So, no news there 😀
The usual story. Stupid boy loves girl. Stupid boy lacks nuts. Girl gets stupid and in danger. Stupid boy grows some nuts, and saves girl. Now, join some Zombies in there, and some jokes. And a couple of rules on how to fight zombies. First, keep your cardio. That’s one more reason for me to do some exercise. Also interesting rule is: enjoy the little things (that’s why I like small girls).
Not a brilliant movie. Felt a little tired and bored from time to time. Probably some scenes could be cut giving more speed and interest to the plot. But who am I…
And this is the second, third? from the series of Resident Evil. Well, I miss the number of previous movies, but I think I’ve seen them all. This is not much different from the previous ones. Zombies, guns, Mila Jovovich, action, cool music, Ali Larter, special effects, etc. Good think, action from the beginning to the end. Bad thing, some details are not clearly explained (what is the ‘chest butterfly’, what is the big monster: just a well nourished zombie?).
Best thing, we will have a continuation, yet again.