'Warm Bodies,' 'Bullet to the Head' and 'Stand Up Guys' reviewed by Mr. Moviefone
This week at the movies, a zombie comedy (or zom-com as I like to call it) and Sylvester Stallone is back in action in "Bullet to the Head."
Stallone teams up with a New York cop to take out the killers who murdered both of their partners.
The Reel Deal: Here's the thing, it's not bad for what it is. It's what it is that's bad -- a pointless, gratuitously violent 80s throwback action flick that nobody wants. I'm out.
It's a zombie love story in "Warm Bodies." a zombie named R saves a woman from a zombie attack, setting off an unlikely chain of events. The more he falls for her, the more human he becomes.
The Reel Deal: Sort of the anti-walking dead, "Warm Bodies" is a clever, charming take on the tired zombie act. I'm in.
And finally going into wide release, "Stand Up Guys." Al Pacino is an old gangster fresh out of prison. And he gets one last hurrah before his best friend is supposed to take him out. Also starring Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin.
The Reel Deal: A big waste of some talent, stand-up guys isn't funny enough or gritty enough to be anything but a grumpy old men for gangsters. i'm out.
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