World War Z | D+

2013 | Marc Forster

Zombies, as has been the case for a while, are incredibly overused as the centrepiece for films with no depth and a more-than-popular reason for human apocalypse. Obviously this particular film is far from original material; it’s adapted from the epistolary novel of the same name (written by Mel Brooks’ son, Max), although it’s not exactly faithful. Instead of a collection of individual accounts, the film centres on Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt), a former UN Investigator who sets out to assist in ending the plague so as to ensure his family’s safety.

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