Alex Thompson’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is not the same as World War Z, the book. If that is enough to make you hate a movie regardless of the actual quality of the movie, fine. Do not watch this. I also don't want to hear your opinion. Because, though this is barely related to the book that shares its name, it is also a pretty good zombie movie. I really enjoyed the zombies-as-flowing-water idea, and the CGI worked well enough to pull it off for the most part. Some really intense scenes, though very little actual character stuff. That's fine here, as Brad Pitt does his damnedest to proxy his way through the movie on hair quality alone. I would love to see a "real" World War Z movie or tv show or whatever, but this is good enough, scary enough, to justify its existence separate of the name expectations.