Warm Bodies taught me that zombies can be creepy stalkers, feel love, and collect music. This movie breaks the typical stereotype of the brain eating zombie, and turns it into the " <loving>brain eating zombie".
At times, the movie felt a bit boring, however I thought it was pretty entertaining with some good writing. However, I definitely expected a lot more.
This is a really useless film. It's extremely slow, and i'm honestly trying to decipher the purpose of it. Browning does a good job, however the directing is just awful. Upon watching this film, I knew that nudity would be constant, however it becomes pointless. Emily Browning's breasts show up so many times throughout the film, that it should be featured as a "Supporting Actress". Humor aside (at least my sad attempt at humor), this movie is just not worth watching.
If you went to the theater expecting a mindless action movie, then you went at the wrong movie. "Drive" exemplifies what many movies should be doing; which is providing a stylistic rendition of what a Hollywood movie should be. The acting was superb and even though the emotions of "Driver" were well hidden at times; they were deeper that one might imagine. "Drive" is definitely on the top of my 2011 list, along with the powerful soundtrack which fits each scene perfectly.
Many say the movie has a slow moving pace, but in many ways it fits with the dreadful ending. This movie builds us up for what will be one of the most oddest experiences I have been through in a movie theater. The ending left me speechless and I felt as if I was part of the scene. Every time I watch it, it leaves me in "awe". Its a feeling I cannot get rid of. One of my top favorite movies.