World War Z 3D

World War Z 3D

World War Z 3D

Brad Pitt stars in this blockbuster horror as a U.N. employee called upon to establish the origins of a zombie pandemic. As he travels from the U.S. to Israel, Korea and Wales in search of answers, cities and nations fall under the onslaught of undead, leaving mankind's slim hope of survival resting on his shoulders. Based on the best-selling novel, from the director of Quantum of Solace.

Gerry (Pitt) has retired, but his skills as a U.N. investigator are the only reason he and his family are plucked from the zombie chaos in Philadelphia. Lane is pressed back into service and asked to travel the globe looking for the origins of the zombie outbreak. As he travels he finds himself in one life-threatening situation after another - from a Jerusalem laid siege to a Korean air force base gone suspiciously silent, and even a mid-air zombie encounter. To save his family and humanity, Lane will have to survive increasingly vicious events as well as solving what seems to be an unexplainable unnatural phenomenon.

2013Rating: M, Violence, offensive language & horror116 minsUSA
ActionHorrorScience FictionThriller3D
Director:
Marc Forster ('Quantum of Solace', 'Stranger Than Fiction', 'Finding Neverland', 'Monster's Ball')
Writer:
Matthew Michael CarnahanDamon LindelofDrew Goddard
Cast:
Brad PittMireille EnosDavid MorseEric WestMatthew FoxJames Badge Dale

World War Z 3D / Reviews

Variety

Variety

A surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.

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Total Film

Total Film

Choosing quantity over quality, intensity over tension and big-screen thrills over low-fi shocks – this is probably what the zombie apocalypse will actually look like.

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Total Film

Total Film

Choosing quantity over quality, intensity over tension and big-screen thrills over low-fi shocks – this is probably what the zombie apocalypse will actually look like.

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Time Out

Time Out

The result looks less like a horror flick and more like a thinking man’s action-thriller – the ‘Newsnight’ of zombie films (you’ll know if that’s your cup of tea).

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The Guardian

The Guardian

While some of World War Z is rotten, the whole stands as a punchy, if conventional action thriller.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Pitt delivers a capable performance in an immersive apocalyptic spectacle... Waves of startling action counterbalance standard one-man-saves-the-day Hollywood heroics.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

This nightmarish travelogue is coy about gore, but it’s still an effective thrill-ride. If the sequel happens, let’s hope it delivers some actual combat.

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