I read Brooks’ World War Z and naturally I wanted to see the movie; not just for the fact I love zombies and enjoyed the book, but also because I wanted to see how they would morph what is essentially a collection of connected but separate short stories into a cinematic experience. I was blown away and my hat goes off to everyone that was involved in making it the awesomeness that it is. I know many of you out there will disagree with me, but the fact of the matter is this – that’s simply your opinion and this is mine 🙂 If you have a chance to see it in theaters – take it. I think I’ll go and see it again – there are so many details and nuances that you’re bound to miss it all the first time around.
United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments, and threatening to destroy humanity itself.
My Rating: A+
Interesting Facts: Damon Lindelof and Drew Goddard rewrote the screenplay in the middle of the production to create a whole new different third act, and Ed Harris and Bryan Cranston were originally cast in the movie, but both dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.