I'd agree with that. For a movie that was basically "Brad Pitt vs. the zombie apocalypse" it was surprisingly entertaining and I thought the "solution" was pretty clever.
recently watched WWZ, i'd give it a solid 8/10, the zombies felt right, and quite aggressive. the ending was rather satisfying, and overall I found it to be an excellent film.
indeed, i'm quite happy it ended that way, instead of...
F&F6. You get what you expect with the sixth installment. I thought the HISHE for the movie just released this week was better than the real movie. Good moments, but turn off your brain.
indeed, it's pretty much a popcorn flick at this point(really only the first couple films i put a bit of stock into the storys). the HISHE for it was absolutely brilliant=-).
The best film I have seen was when my wife and daughters brought me along to "My Little Pony". The plot holes there were more explainable. People in power could realistically dismiss the problems as teenage drama. There is a more rational explanation of no emergency response: if I heard radio calls about multiple Satan-looking flying demons destroying buildings with brimstone and magic, I probably wouldn't respond either. Not exactly stellar material, but at least gas stations didn't explode.
indeed, this film was much better than i had ever thought it world be. out of curiosity, what was the theater demographic when you went to it?
I still have moderately high hopes for the Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger looks decent, not sure if i'll go watch it in theaters though.