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Mi novio es un zombie

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Mi novio es un zombie
Mi novio es un zombie Rating: 69 out of 100 based on 25 reviews.

Warm Bodies is a 2013 American paranormal romantic zombie comedy film based on Isaac Marion's novel of the same name. Directed and written by Jonathan Levine, the film stars Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer.

The film focuses on the development of the relationship between Julie, a young woman, and "R", a zombie, and how their eventual romance develops throughout. The film is noted for displaying human characteristics in zombie characters, and for being told from a zombie's perspective.

Plot

After a zombie apocalypse, R, a zombie, spends his days wandering around an airport which is now filled with hordes of his fellow undead, including his best friend M. R and M achieve rudimentary communication with grunts and moans and "Eh's" and occasional near-words. As a zombie, R constantly craves human flesh, especially brains, as he is able to "feel alive" through the memories of their former owners. The zombies travel in packs, moving very slowly, searching for victims to feed on. While out looking for food, R and a pack of zombies find Julie Grigio and a group of her friends, who were sent out by Julie's father from a heavily-fortified, walled-off human enclave in a nearby city to recover medical supplies from abandoned buildings. R sees Julie and is drawn to her. After being shot in the chest by Julie's boyfriend, Perry, R kills Perry while Julie is distracted and eats his brain, giving R his thoughts and memories, making his attraction to Julie become even stronger. He rescues Julie from the rest of the pack and takes her back to an airplane he lives in at the airport to keep her safe. The two bond, causing R to slowly begin to come to life.

Eventually, Julie gets restless and convinces R to take her home. On the way, R reveals to her that he killed Perry, causing her to abandon R and return alone to the human enclave. R begins to make his way back to the airport, heartbroken, but when he sees that M and other zombies are also beginning to show signs of life, he and M lead a group to the human enclave, where R sneaks inside the wall. There he meets Julie's friend Nora and her father Colonel Grigio, leader of the human group. While Nora is grudgingly accepting, Colonel Grigio refuses to believe corpses can change and threatens to kill R. Julie and R escape to a baseball stadium where the rest of R's group is waiting, but find themselves under attack by a horde of skeletal zombies (also known as Bonies) who have irretrievably lost all traces of humanity, and are set on killing and eating anything with a heartbeat, which now includes R and his friends. Julie and R run from the Bonies, finding themselves trapped. Taking the only escape route, R jumps with Julie into a pool far below, shielding her from the impact but hitting his head, and both of them survive the fall. Thrilled to be alive, they kiss passionately. However, Colonel Grigio shoots R in the shoulder, causing him to bleed, proving he is revived. The humans and zombies combine forces and kill the Bonies, and the zombies slowly assimilate into human society. The human population destroys the walls surrounding the human society after the annihilation of the Boney population, creating a life for both humans and reanimated corpses much like the days before the apocalypse. The film ends with a now fully alive R and Julie as a couple.

Cast
Vincent Leclerc

Perry's Dad (as Vincent LeClerc)
Billie Calmeau

Girl at Airport
Adam Driscoll

Young Man at ATM
Chris Cavener

Soldier #2
Alec Bourgeois

Perry (11 years old)
Production
Director:Jonathan Levine
Producer:Gillian Bohrer (production executive)
Erik Feig (production executive)
David Hoberman (producer)
Todd Lieberman (producer)
Bruna Papandrea (producer)
Cori Stern (executive producer)
Cori Shepherd Stern (executive producer)
Nicolas Stern (executive producer)
Laurie Webb (executive producer)
Ogden Gavanski (line producer: additional photography)
John Brooks Klingenbeck (executive producer)
Writer:Jonathan Levine (screenplay)
Isaac Marion (novel)
Reviews for Mi novio es un zombie
Reel Film Reviews
Based on Isaac Marion's book, Warm Bodies, which unfolds in a zombie-infested landscape, follows an undead individual named R (Nicholas Hoult) as he finds himself inexplicably developing feelings for a human survivor (Teresa Palmer's Julie).
Read review14 Apr 2013
Aisle Seat
Zombies are everywhere in pop culture these days: in movies, in books, on television. I've always loved zombie tales. Many of the core elements – people becoming Something Else, survivors trying to adapt to a world that has radically changed – are inhere
Screen Jabber
The zombie love goes on. The genre continues to be the flavour of the month on big screen and small, but how long will it be before audiences grow tired of shuffling corpses? Luckily, the "zom-rom-com" hasn't yet been mined to death – Shaun of The Dead...
iHaveNet.com
The tween-minded zombie romance "Warm Bodies" pulls a comic-romantic twist on a genre better known for its entrails. It is narrated by the undead fellow known as R, played by Nicholas Hoult, soon to be slaying giants in "Jack the Giant Slayer."
New York Post
Editors at the old sci-fi anthology magazines used to say that the least-surprising surprise-ending story that would come in, by the wheelbarrow load, was the one starring the two wounded souls wandering post-apocalypse.
Read review31 Jan 2013
Articles
The first four minutes of Jonathan Levine’s Rom-Zom-Com, Warm Bodies, has arrived online, featuring Nicholas Hoult talking us through life as a zombie.
George Wales(totalfilm.com) - 2012-12-29
Warm Bodies has released a brand new UK poster online, featuring a zombified Nicholas Hoult looking rather the worse for wear.
Total Film - 2012-12-20
Reviews for Mi novio es un zombie
Reel Film Reviews
Based on Isaac Marion's book, Warm Bodies, which unfolds in a zombie-infested landscape, follows an undead individual named R (Nicholas Hoult) as he finds himself inexplicably developing feelings for a human survivor (Teresa Palmer's Julie).
Read review14 Apr 2013
Aisle Seat
Zombies are everywhere in pop culture these days: in movies, in books, on television. I've always loved zombie tales. Many of the core elements – people becoming Something Else, survivors trying to adapt to a world that has radically changed – are inhere
Screen Jabber
The zombie love goes on. The genre continues to be the flavour of the month on big screen and small, but how long will it be before audiences grow tired of shuffling corpses? Luckily, the "zom-rom-com" hasn't yet been mined to death – Shaun of The Dead...
iHaveNet.com
The tween-minded zombie romance "Warm Bodies" pulls a comic-romantic twist on a genre better known for its entrails. It is narrated by the undead fellow known as R, played by Nicholas Hoult, soon to be slaying giants in "Jack the Giant Slayer."
New York Post
Editors at the old sci-fi anthology magazines used to say that the least-surprising surprise-ending story that would come in, by the wheelbarrow load, was the one starring the two wounded souls wandering post-apocalypse.
Read review31 Jan 2013
Movies.com
The meaning of January and February, at least as it relates to new film releases, is "Who cares?" And nothing sends that message more effectively than yet another story of the undead. Well past the genre's innovation point of no return, the...
Fresno Bee
Zombie love story "Warm Bodies" introduces a new film genre: the zom rom com. It has all the leg shuffling, brain-eating fun of a horror film played out against a modern day "Romeo & Juliet" tale.
Read review31 Jan 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
The conceit of Warm Bodies is a truly inspired one. Here is the zombie apocalypse from the viewpoint of one of the undead. He's your average zombie. He is sluggish, stumbling, and set on devouring the flesh of the living, but he's conflicted about...
Read review1 Feb 2013
Eric D. Snider
Of all the zombie movies so far, few (if any) have told their stories from the zombies’ point of view. The undead can’t talk, think, or learn, and a protagonist generally needs to be able to do at least two of those things.
Reel Views
As if it wasn't bad enough that Twilight defanged vampires, turning them into whiny emo Harlequin romance heroes, now Warm Bodies has done something similar for zombies. Granted, that latter evisceration is more challenging than the former. After all...
Read review31 Jan 2013
FirstShowing.net
The flurry of zombie movies in the past decade have made it a cliched genre. There doesn't seem to be anything more to say about humanity surviving in the face of dead walking the earth with one thought, to eat us.
Read review31 Jan 2013
RedEye
Picture a zombie shuffling around a post-apocalyptic society, mumbling not “Brainssssss,” but “Heartsssss.” Not because he prefers to eat hearts, but because he wants to revive his own.
Read review31 Jan 2013
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
With growing zombie fans around the world expecting a fast-approaching zombie apocalypse, it’s about time for Hollywood to start rethinking the overdone traditional zombie film.
Read review2 Apr 2013
Houston Press
Are you sick of zombies? I'm a little sick of zombies, which is a drag because I love zombies. I've been a zombie fan ever since I watched Dawn of the Dead at a high school party where everyone else was drinking beer, smoking, making out, and generally...
Read review1 Feb 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Creating a conventional zombie movie is easy. All you need to do is take a group of human survivors from all walks of life, stick them in a closed environment, and a) let them tear themselves apart, b) let the flesh-eating monsters tear them apart...
Sacramento News & Review
In a not-too-distant future, a zombie plague destroys civilization and divides humanity into the living and the undead. In this bleak world, zombie boy (Nicholas Hoult) meets human girl (Teresa Palmer).
Read review14 Feb 2013
The A.V. Club
Isaac Marion’s 2011 zombie romance novel Warm Bodies ends with a splashy, mildly ridiculous event that ties its themes together and makes its underlying zombie metaphor clear. In a way, Marion isn’t talking about diseased, undead creatures who consume...
Read review31 Jan 2013
Entertainment Weekly
How nice to find young dead boys in this world emo enough not to devour the girls they love. The vampire Edward eschewed chewing on Bella throughout the Twilight saga. Now, as a zombie who goes by the name of R in the zomb-rom-com Warm Bodies, Nicholas...
Read review8 Feb 2013
Movie Web
Zombies are known for being slow and looking extremely pale. They are carnivores who do not think twice about eating your brain. Warm Bodies is aware of all of these things and pokes fun at it and is not afraid to laugh at itself.
Read review17 Dec 2012
MovieXclusive.com
You’ve got to admit – a romantic comedy about a sensitive zombie who falls in love with a teenage girl he rescues seems pretty damn intriguing. Not only does it sound like quite possibly one of the most inventive spins on the classic Romeo and...
SFX
Last year, we got Umbrella zombies, TV zombies, and even stopmotion zombies. Now 2013 gives us Warm Bodies, a zombie rom-com that wants us to care about a dead guy called R (Nicholas Hoult), who stumbles back into his humanity through the love of a...
Read review8 Feb 2013
Channel24
While Warm Bodies may well look, at first glance, to be little more than yet another Twilight cash-in, it's inspiration is clearly far more classic than that. It is, in effect, very clearly William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet...
Read review15 Mar 2013
QNetwork Entertainment
While Pink Floyd famously noted “There’s someone in my head, but it’s not me” in their classic song “Brain Damage,” R (Nicholas Hoult), the protagonist of Warm Bodies, has exactly the opposite problem: He lives entirely inside his own head because...
canada.com
Zombie movies are, ironically, seldom known for the strength of their zombie performances. There are exceptions, of course, most of them named William. The famously voluble Billy Connelly moaned his way through Fido.
Read review7 Feb 2013
Kc
Warm Bodies หรือซอมบี้ที่รัก หนังซอมบี้โรแมนติกที่ใครฟังเนื้อเรื่องแล้วต้องร้อง 'หะ?!' ภาพยนตร์ตลกร้ายเรื่องนี้สร้างจากนวนิยายของ Isaac Marion ปี 2011 ในชื่อเดียวกัน โดยได้ Jonathan Levine จาก 50/50 มากำกับ ความน่าสนใจของหนังเรื่องนี้เกิดขึ้นหลังจาก...
Read review11 Feb 2013
Cast
Nicholas Hoult...R
Teresa Palmer...Julie
John Malkovich...Grigio
Analeigh Tipton...Nora
Rob Corddry...M
Dave Franco...Perry
Cory Hardrict...Kevin
Daniel Rindress-Kay...Soldier #1
Vincent Leclerc...Perry's Dad (as Vincent LeClerc)
Clifford LeDuc-Vaillancourt...Boy at Airport
Billie Calmeau...Girl at Airport
Adam Driscoll...Young Man at ATM
Chris Cavener...Soldier #2
Jonathan Dubsky...Berg
Alec Bourgeois...Perry (11 years old)
Felix Bergeron...Bully
Josée Laviolette...Female Corpse on Tarmac
John Topor...TSA Zombie
Debbie Wong...Laughing Girl
Ayisha Issa...Athletic Woman
Christine Rodriguez...Woman
Arthur Holden...Zombie Patient
Chimwemwe Miller...Airport Corpse
Quinn O'Neill...Emily
Bineyam Girma...Sunset Corpse
Brent Skagford...Baseball Corpse
Raphael Grosz-Harvey...Plague Corpse
Christian Paul...Stadium Soldier
Robert Reynolds...Janitor
Zavier Vaillancourt...Perry (6 years old)
Aaron Janke...Soldider #3
Serge Alain Cambronne...Soldier #4
Patrick Sabongui...Hunting Zombie (uncredited)
Ruth Chiang...Corpse Attacking Julie (uncredited)
Rochelle Okoye...Hunting Zombie (uncredited)
Diana Laura...Zombie (uncredited)
Keeva Lynk...Little Girl (uncredited)
Justin Bradley...(uncredited)
Mizinga Mwinga...Guard (uncredited)
Dawn Ford...Dr. Burke (uncredited)
Tod Fennell...Armed Patrol (uncredited)
Claudia Rose...Kevin's Soldier (uncredited)
Marcello Bezina...Hunting Zombie (uncredited)
Jan Pivon...Hunting Zombie (uncredited)
Daniel DiVenere...Little Boy (uncredited)
Eric Daniel...Hunting Zombie (uncredited)
Geneviève Joly-Provost...Suzy (uncredited)
Felix Famelart...Hunting Zombie (uncredited)
Qamar Abbas...Soldier (uncredited)
Angie Medrano...Human Survivor (uncredited)
Anne-Sophie Bozon...Zombie Stage 3 - Airport (uncredited)
Abdul Ayoola...Corpse Attacking Julie (uncredited)
Irma Evangelista...Teenager #4 (uncredited)
Jennifer Herrera...Homeless (uncredited)
Sylvia Stewart...Zombie (uncredited)
Maxime Laferriere...Recon Soldier (uncredited)
Steve Barry...Perry's dad mob Zombie (uncredited)
Production
Director:Jonathan Levine
Producer:Gillian Bohrer (production executive)
Erik Feig (production executive)
David Hoberman (producer)
Todd Lieberman (producer)
Bruna Papandrea (producer)
Cori Stern (executive producer)
Cori Shepherd Stern (executive producer)
Nicolas Stern (executive producer)
Laurie Webb (executive producer)
Ogden Gavanski (line producer: additional photography)
John Brooks Klingenbeck (executive producer)
Writer:Jonathan Levine (screenplay)
Isaac Marion (novel)
Composer:Marco Beltrami
Buck Sanders
Cinematographer:Javier Aguirresarobe
Editing:Nancy Richardson
Casting:Joanna Colbert
Richard Mento
Production Design:Martin Whist
Art Director:Gilles Aird
Set Decorator:Suzanne Cloutier
Costume Design:George L. Little
Makeup:Kevin Carter (special effects contact lenses)
Michelle Côté (key hair stylist)
Christophe Giraud (special makeup effects artist)
Jonathan Gording (contact lenses: special)
Monica Huppert (makeup department head)
Annie Jalbert (hair dresser)
Adruitha Lee (department head hair)
Martin Nepton (hair stylist)
Rocco Stallone (key hair stylist)
Mark Unterberger (special makeup effects artist)
Ghislaine Sant (hair stylist)
Fanny Vachon (makeup department head)
Dave Elsey (special makeup effects designer)
Adrien Morot (makeup fx department head)
Kathy Tse (special makeup effects artist)
Jessica Spoor (special makeup effects artist)
Marianne Bobet (assistant makeup artist)
Camiel McLean (extras makeup artist)
Production Management:Hélène Ross (production manager)
Manon Rufer (assistant unit manager)
Leslie Rodier (post-production supervisor)
Danny Turgeon (assistant unit manager: second unit)
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