Warm Bodies

Lists: Comedy, Horror, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Dystopian, Zombies

Brief Synopsis: "After a zombie becomes involved with the girlfriend of one of his victims, their romance sets in motion a sequence of events that might transform the entire lifeless world."

Overall Ranking: 1538 (Rank from 2013: # 83)

Adjusted* Rating:
(lowest rating dropped)

Ratings Breakdown
(The Mixed Bag)

Buttery 8%
Regular 64%
Half-Popped 28%
Stale 0%
Burnt 0%


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Gorgon Reviews98(full review)
Lisa Marie Bowman85(full review)
Minnesota Man80(full review)
Nathan Adams and the Temple Of Reviews80(full review)
Maurice of Movie Mixology80(full review)
Daniel Prinn at Daniel's Film Reviews80(full review)
Dan Fogarty - Fogs Movie Reviews80(full review)
Angry Vader80(full review)
Le Anne of Tinsel And Tine80 - Actually, I found out sweetbreads are not sauteed brains; but rather the thymus gland or pancreas of a calve. It's still a disgusting proposition in terms of delicacies, unless of course, you happen to be a zombi, in which case, everything is good from the toes on up. Now an interesting new zombie fact is revealed in Jonathan Levine's (The Wackness, 50/50) creature feature Warm Bodies - and that is, by eating your victim's brain, you get to experience their memories and for a moment, feel almost alive again!
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Dan O'Neill75(full review)
Chris of This Is Madness75 - My ratings are on a five point scale, translated as such: 1 - Abysmal, 25 - Bad, 50 - Mediocre, 75 - Good, 100 - Great
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Brandon S of Media In Review75(full review)
Dave Examines Movies74(full review)
Cut The Crap Movie Reviews by Aiden R70(full review)
Paul Perkins70
Sober Film Critic James Brown70(full review)
Rob from GuysFilmQuest67
Drezzy65 - Surprisingly good. I wish they did more with the concept as the whole third act feels ridiculously rushed (or maybe it's just because the transition from the first to the second went on for too long), but it's really not bad. The obvious Romero & Juliet themes are obvious (the male lead being named "R," the female lead being "Julie," warring factions, love despite the feud, etc.), but they're welcome. I really dug the Bonies/Skeletons, even just the concept of them, and oh holy hell is Rob Corddry severely underrated as an actor. He was, hands-down, the best part of the whole movie, and made every scene he's in (surprisingly few) shine as the brightest in the whole movie.
RMMR Daniel Hernandez64(full review)
Movies Hate You Too61(full review)
Cool Movie Guy Dave Randal61(full review)
Keith And The Movies61(full review)
David Baruffi61(full review)
CinemaVisitor Erik55(full review)
Fast Film Reviews Mark Hobin52(full review)

People Involved

  • Nicholas Hoult (R)
  • Teresa Palmer (Julie)
  • Analeigh Tipton (Nora)
  • Dave Franco (Perry Kelvin)
  • John Malkovich (General Grigio)
  • Rob Corddry (M)
  • Cory Hardrict (Kevin)
  • Justin Bradley ()
  • Ayisha Issa (Athletic Woman)
  • Patrick Sabongui (Hunting Zombie)
  • Isaac Marion (Director)
  • Jonathan Levine (Director)
  • Jonathan Levine (Director)