World War Z
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: Expect all the frightening scenes to be toned-down due to film's PG-13 rating.
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“It’s fun to be a vampire. You sleep all day and party all night.”
The lost boys
“Those who would trade liberty for security deserve neither.”-Ben Franklin
When nine people agree on something, it’s the tenth man’s responsibility to disagree no matter how improbable the idea.
When the email came through that zombies were on their way, the tenth man proposed that they prepare for a zombie invasion, no matter how ridiculous the idea seemed.
If the tenth man hadn’t spoken, Israel would have been overrun by zombies like the rest of the world.
The tenth man forced Israel to consider an alternative view point, something we humans usually resist.
Andrew Fassbach (Harvard Scientist): Mother Nature is a serial killer. No one's better, or more creative. Like all serial killers, she can't help but have the urge to get caught or what good would all those brilliant crimes do if no one takes the credit? So she leaves crumbs. Now the hard part, is seeing the crumbs, the clues there. Sometimes it's in your thoughts where the most brutal part of a virus is. Turns out to be the chink in its armor. And she loves disguising her weaknesses as strengths. She's a bitch.