This appears to bear little resemblance to Max Brooks’ novel. Which sucks for us. Because the book? [Amazon U.S.] [Amazon Canada] [Amazon U.K.] It made me cry. I’m not kidding. It’s an incredibly poignant journey through a postapocalyptic world, a collection of stories looking back at a zombie plague. The looking-back is part of what makes it so touching, and that’s not here, unless the trailer is wildly misleading.
I do like Brad Pitt a lot these days. So I’m still holding out a little hope…
US/Canada release date: Jun 21 2013 | UK release date: Jun 21 2013
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