‘World War Z’ Is The Perfect Date Movie: 5 Reasons To See It

Fri, June 21, 2013 6:51pm EDT by 8 Comments
World War Z Review
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Brad Pitt, zombies and an apocalypse — what more could you ask for in a movie? Keep reading for five reasons to see ‘World War Z’!

HollywoodLife.com’s Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Fuller and Fashion Director Katrina Mitzeliotis saw World War Z, which opened in theaters on June 21, and called it “suspenseful” and “gripping!”

‘World War Z’ Review — 5 Reasons To See Brad Pitt’s Zombie Movie

It’s Suspenseful & Gripping

“It’s incredibly suspenseful — it’s so gripping. I was literally gripping the arms of my seat, and I didn’t want to miss a moment,” Bonnie says in our very own movie review.

Brad Pitt’s Acting Will Impress You — Plus, He’s Gorgeous

Brad Pitt was “amazing,” Katrina say. His character in World War Z, an ex-U.N. crisis specialist, gets called back into action and faces the daunting task of stemming a global zombie pandemic.

It’s The Perfect Reason To Cuddle Up To A Loved One

Don’t let all the macho-ness or the zombies in the film scare you off, ladies! “It gives you more reason to like hold on tight to the one you love that you’re out on a date with,” Bonnie notes. It’s a perfect date night movie!

The Zombies Have Depth 

Plus, the zombies are “compelling!”

It Will Fill The Whole In Your Heart While ‘The Walking Dead’ Is On Hiatus

If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead or just want a movie to give you a chance to snuggle with the one you love, you should see World War Z!

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Will you go see World War Z? Watch our full review below and let us know!

WATCH: World War Z Review: Brad Pitt Battles Zombies

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jc

Posted at 6:14 AM on June 24, 2013  

It’s a great summer flick which i enjoyed thoroughly ! Will look forward to a sequel if any : )

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gaalbladder

Posted at 4:44 AM on June 23, 2013  

Man, what a let down.

For one, why would Pitt’s character have any gravitas or authority? Why was he specifically chosen to solve the riddle of how the plague started when he’s a) unremarkable in most respects, b) not active and c) not terribly bright? And yet, the military and the WHO officials hang on his every suggestion.

Secondly, for a huge, sweeping movie, it was surprisingly boring.

Third (and this isn’t specific to just WWZ), why is it that the protagonist has all the good ideas, even when surrounded by experts? Pitt’s character figures out the weakness of the zombies amidst a team of virologists who were essentially clueless.

Lastly, must every movie these days have a gigantic opening for a sequel?

This would have been an ok movie to rent or watch on HBO, but it seems to go on far too long in the movie theater, despite its relatively short run time.

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Hiddles

Posted at 7:56 AM on June 22, 2013  

Watched it…Loved it!

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chachita

Posted at 5:42 AM on June 22, 2013  

Love Brad in it! A truly and responsible family man! Would pay any time for his hug-yummy!

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justathought

Posted at 2:29 AM on June 22, 2013  

Looking forward to this movie. Seems line most people loved it by the tweets and online viewer reviews after seeing it.

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abe

Posted at 12:41 AM on June 22, 2013  

look around ya: THERE IS ENOUGH MISERY TO DISCOVER IN AMERICA!!

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chachitta

Posted at 5:45 AM on June 22, 2013  

Enough of people living in 19th century! In 21st century the world is a small village where people even share misery!!!

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Mrs. wright

Posted at 12:22 AM on June 22, 2013  

Zombies…the new vampires?

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