'World War Z' finds sinister grandeur on a global scale

  • Article by: Colin Covert , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 21, 2013 - 9:24 AM

“World War Z” sends Brad Pitt out to combat flesh-eating zombies on a global scale.

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sharkysharkJun. 20, 13 8:42 AM

Let me guess, no happy ending here. Just like in real life.

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joe_mnJun. 20, 13 1:21 PM

Million if not billions of zombies and happy ending? All duckies and bunnies? Zombies are dead. What happens to them? Do they become more dead?

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reetnhJun. 20, 13 1:40 PM

I'm looking forward to this! I'm actually surprised about the number of positive reviews I've seen after the movie drifted so far from the book.

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woodyagJun. 21, 13 5:05 PM

The "zombies are good clean fun!" phenomenon will be seen by history as one of the more harmful perversions of our times. It's good fun to kill/slaughter hundreds and thousands of people- more, bigger, faster- as long as they're already dead? Ah, but- they're not dead- manifestly; they move, act, have motivations. A little cognitive dissonance there. Not really "dead"- and deserving to be killed. So- some KINDS of people are really ok to slaughter, for fun, then. Yep, that's entertainment. ick.

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