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Empire Admin -> How’s The Science Of World War Z? (28/6/2013 8:18:40 AM)

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findogask -> a little too convenient (30/6/2013 1:41:41 PM)

Yes have to agree kinda went along for the ride, but did think " this is nice and convenient " way to wrap everything up neatly, just in case we don't get a sequel ( and I don't think they will)

BenTramer -> Zombies Grow A Brain, Brad Grows An Expression. (8/7/2013 1:30:15 PM)

If there's to be a sequel, then the zombies will have to catch-on to the trick of humans deliberately infecting themselves with other viruses or diseases as a ploy to avoid being attacked. Another thing that needs to change is Brad Pitt's odd blank expression all the way through the movie, even when he's cornered by a terrifying zombie that's glaring at him from behind glass - no reaction whatsoever.

purplegnome -> terrible (9/7/2013 12:47:00 PM)

watched this last week loved the book, what a waste of time this film was hopefully the asylum and sci fi channel will do a cheap knock off that will be closer to the source material instead of the 150 million pile of crap that pitt and marc foster gave us.

Gouken -> (15/7/2013 3:29:17 PM)

Speaking of science, the zombie/ant analogy doesn't work because the ants can form those pyramids because their mass is.. well.. hum.. less! 3 miligrams is the avg ant, against let's say 80 Kg for a human.
And an infection can only spread quickly via air hubs or other forms of mass transit if the incubation period is long enough for the infected people mingle amongst the uninfected. If you turned into a raving zombie in 12 seconds I don't think many planes would leave the ground under those circumstances.
I love the book (and the Survival Guide) I'm trying hard not to hate the film, as I haven't even seen it yet, but I'm failing. To try to enjoy it I'll have to pretend it's an unrelated Zombie film

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