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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#10 - defacedcreeper
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OP is the faggotest
#13 to #10 - ozkarmak
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the faggotest!!!!!!!
my ******* god, i´m crying of laughter

have a thumb my good sir
#41 to #13 - flyingflufferflow
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tumblr: "im so ******* done"
"theres two kinds of people" ect ect
funnyjunk: "my good sir"
"does this look like the face of mercy"
"Soon."


funnyjunk says "my good sir" way too much. its unhealthy.
User avatar #104 to #41 - infamoustrapper
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Out of ALL the things funnyjunk says all the time. "my good sir" isn't one of them
#108 to #104 - haunterbrony
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Can't tell if serious...
User avatar #205 to #13 - mountaindewkie
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the cringe is real
#22 to #13 - anon id: 8703344b
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You are too easily entertained.
#12 to #10 - mrwalkerfour
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you actually checked.
#17 - santathumbs
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What are you hiding OP?
#166 to #17 - deadpoolisgod
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My guess is a dildo...
#40 to #17 - masterchiefawesome
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**** you afroturf
**** you afroturf
#4 - tehjman
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Being my all-most favorite book ever, I'm still Mr.Butthurt McNerdrage over the fact they almost severely bungled the format/storyline.   
   
The book/mythos even goes into gross detail about what the zombies AREN'T (fast/strong/smart) and what they ARE (dumb/slow/average-to-weak strength) I mean that dynamic changes the entire premise and pretty much every situation and setting given in the book.   
   
   
All that being said I'm still going to go see it and try to enjoy it for what it is. (Or what they tried to make it)
Being my all-most favorite book ever, I'm still Mr.Butthurt McNerdrage over the fact they almost severely bungled the format/storyline.

The book/mythos even goes into gross detail about what the zombies AREN'T (fast/strong/smart) and what they ARE (dumb/slow/average-to-weak strength) I mean that dynamic changes the entire premise and pretty much every situation and setting given in the book.


All that being said I'm still going to go see it and try to enjoy it for what it is. (Or what they tried to make it)
User avatar #20 to #4 - Crusader
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Yes and the Dawn of the Dead remake completely changed got rid of Romero-zombies.
It's a zombie movie, the fact that it's going to theatres is mind blowing.
User avatar #86 to #4 - lapsushominum
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I haven't read the book, but canon of that aside, the whole zombie type thing could go either way depending on the premise of why they are zombies. It seems that a decaying creature should be weak and slow, but if the premise is that it's some sort of disease causing "zombieness", then I could understand if it caused increased abilities, but then their life (it would seem logical) is ultimately finite and confined by the same laws that a "living" creature is (as a diseased creature is still living, in which case zombie is a misgnomer to begin with).
User avatar #11 to #4 - campingcarl
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wait.... this wasn't a joke? this is a real thing?
User avatar #14 to #4 - lulusaurus
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I remember the desert scene of the book that the zombies were flooding across the land.
#101 to #4 - anon id: 41ab83c0
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This is one of my favourite books and I was disappointed when I saw the trailer as there were so many epic stories within it from different individuals and its all gonna be missed out.
If the Z-Heads in the book were as fast as the ones that are gonna be in the movie, then that female pilot who crash landed somewhere in the Bajou would have been dead in an instant.
Also I loved the potential political scenarios of it all as well.
Definitely recommend it to any other FJunkers out there who want a good book to read. Its also on audiobook for those who prefer it.
#115 to #4 - ilovemusic
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Had to log in just to say, they describe the zombies in the beginning as fast, but nearer to the end of the zombie war they are slow due to decomposition. (In the book)

don't shoot me .__.
User avatar #143 to #115 - badgerclan
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Had to log in just to say that's not true. I've read the book multiple times, as well as the Zombie Survival Guide. They're always slow, which the Zombie Survival Guide says is partly because of rigor mortis and partly due to general lack of coordination. The main thing that they say near the end of the book about decomposition, other than describing the look of a few decomposed zombies, is that the ones underwater should just be jelly, but for some reason they aren't.
#117 to #4 - ilovemusic
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Just want to say, they describe the zombies in the beginning of the book as fast, but later on in interviews near the end of the war they are slower due to decomposition.

Don't shoot me .__.
User avatar #5 to #4 - tehjman
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er meant almost completely bungled*
#7 to #5 - WhatTheJesse
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I agree 100%. I think it's so stupid that in the previews, the zombies are literally flooding over each other. It's incredibly maddening to see that because that definitely isn't World War Z.
#37 to #7 - nierydoc
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Dude, let it be something else. I bet the movie will be wildly successful, and many will enjoy it, even without reading the book. But guess what? That is good. I'm glad it won't follow the book. You couldn't follow the book. The way Brooks wrote it, a movie could not be made right off of the book. Well, it could. But it would not be successful.
#77 to #37 - WhatTheJesse
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I see your point, but the thing that bugs me about it is that it's called World War Z, based on the book. Why not just call it something else entirely because that's really what the movie is.

Anyway, in a perfect world, World War Z would make an awesome miniseries rather than a movie. That way, it could stay true to the book and in my opinion, be a much better experience overall.
#35 to #4 - nierydoc
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The movie wasn't made for you or me, people who read the book. It was made for those who didn't. We don't need the visualization. That comes with reading. Those who didn't need the visualization.
User avatar #70 to #4 - RisenLichen
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That's a book? Do you recommend it?
User avatar #169 to #70 - wishingwell
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best zombie book availible imho, together with I Am Legend (even though they're not really zombies, it's the book which inspired the first zombie-stories in history)
#23 to #4 - mehmachine
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I agree.
I agree.
#68 to #4 - lionti
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i have read the book and it was knocked out of the park for me, i loved it from cover to cover. I am a little upset about the movie being so different with some very large and key points. So my plan is to try and watch the movie while pretending that the book does not exist and read the book like the movie doesnt exist. I think the movie does look good on its own right.
#29 to #4 - hillbillypowpow
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Brad Pitt said that they decided to ditch the ideas of the book and base the zombies off "science" by having them mimic a school of fish or a flock of birds or a bee hive. Why make a movie of a book IF YOU'RE NOT GOING TO BASE IT OFF OF THE ******* BOOK?
#118 to #29 - Lambert
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Because the title is recognizable and he can still get fans of the book to see it.

As for myself, I am very frustrated by the change of direction and the fact that they are making it into what appears to be an action movie. World War Z wasn't an action book and it wasn't even a horror book (for some parts at least). It was a book on the changes that would go on in the world if the zombie threat did appear. It was about panic, fear, profiteering, short sightedness, and the general human condition.

Would have worked better as a mini series.


#85 - zombiestookmybike
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found on google images, along with loads of others like this
it's fake.
User avatar #100 to #85 - johnnyferno
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The movie is not a fake. If that is what you mean.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_Z_(film)
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User avatar #105 to #103 - johnnyferno
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Oh.....I be retarded today...sorry.
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User avatar #180 to #103 - zombiestookmybike
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she

it's okay you didn't know
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User avatar #187 to #186 - zombiestookmybike
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don't worry, people think im a dude on here and also a 12 year old dude on xbox live. i'm thinking i should just get a sex change and make life easier and less confusing for everyone.
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#189 to #188 - zombiestookmybike
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*sigh*..
#39 - hansenthirtysix
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"World War Z had slow zombies, it sort of revolved around not being able to outlast their drudging, slow yet steady stamina."

"Yeah, we sort of thought that slow Zombies are cliche and overused, we wanted to mix it up and use our own perspective."

"Then why did you make a movie about a book about slow zombies?"

"..."
#76 to #39 - anon id: 7caf52bb
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I read the book, it would simply be REALLY hard to make the audience feel the fear that people did with slow zombies. I'm okay with the change.
#139 to #76 - anon id: c330d995
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With all they've changed though, the only thing left in common with the book is the name.
#45 - felixfj
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#134 to #45 - anon id: 118c8418
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Wth parents should kill the cat. Humans>animals
User avatar #95 to #45 - starshroom
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That cracked me up, I love babies (not for breakfast.) but I love kitties too, and that jerk baby deserved it!
#66 to #45 - jalthelas
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I am the cat God.
I am the cat God.
#67 to #66 - felixfj
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well done
well done
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I've never seen this gif before, baby had it coming, lol
#81 to #45 - takesomemorewater
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User avatar #82 to #81 - Protagonistism
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That there is the best cat.
#93 to #82 - felixfj
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what about this one?
what about this one?
User avatar #94 to #93 - Protagonistism
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that works too.
User avatar #2 - schnizel
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Dem skillz with Paint
User avatar #154 to #2 - baltman
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AY GURL CAN YOU SAY BLING BLING?
User avatar #176 to #154 - schnizel
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LINGA LING
#3 to #2 - afroturf [OP]
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You know it son!!!! I go hard in the paint
You know it son!!!! I go hard in the paint
#64 - bazda
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What a bad pilot. He has the ENTIRE sky to fly in, so where does he go? Straight for the enormous pile of zombies, of course.
#88 to #64 - anon id: ec158d98
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what if he was hurriedly lifting off?
#90 - herecomesjohnny
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are people actually throwing a bitch fit over zombies moving a little faster in the movie?
are people actually throwing a bitch fit over zombies moving a little faster in the movie?
User avatar #91 to #90 - Kellanved
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I think people bitch fit a lot more that it's brad douchebag pitt and that the movie has little to nothing to do with the book it is supposedly based off of.
User avatar #92 to #91 - herecomesjohnny
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what's so douchey about brad pitt? he's an actor like any other
User avatar #96 to #92 - TheHutchie
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I agree, I'm not aware of him doing anything particularly douchey.
User avatar #126 to #91 - smokerocks
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I couldn't give a **** about Brad Pitt, he's a great actor. Read the book in its entirety. It's an epic, fairly realistic detailing of a worldwide zombie pandemic.

The movie is Brad Pitt saving the world from superhuman zombies.
User avatar #102 to #91 - iforgetwhattosay
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like others i didn't know brad pitt was a person we should dislike. he's not even a bad actor. not the greatest, but not bad.
User avatar #127 to #90 - soggytomatoe
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I didn't know people were bitching. When 28 Days Later came out nobody gave a **** about fast moving zombies.
User avatar #130 to #90 - Gandalfthewhite
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even though i prefer the slow zombie films i can kind of understand why they're making them faster. Its because zombie films have been around since the 60's and to many people they're getting repetitive so they spice it up some and update it with zombies who run like usain bolt
User avatar #152 to #90 - thegreatgp
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well you have to make a difference between Undead Zombie and Infected with some **** Zombie
User avatar #125 to #90 - smokerocks
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Read the book in its entirety. Then watch the trailer. You'll understand.
User avatar #141 to #90 - badgerclan
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It's not like saying that they're taller than in the book or something. The entire premise is based around slow, steady zombies. Fast zombies change the story a lot. Imagine if the zombies from Dawn of the Dead were replaced with the zombies from the movie I Am Legend. Or changing the vampires from the I Am Legend the book to the zombies from the movie.
#111 to #90 - hachintheaxe
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i don't REALLY have a problem with the fast zombies, although they certainly weren't fast in the book. i think the real problem is the tone of the movie, it feels too generic. What i got out of the book was the futility of fight a war against an enemy they never stops, can't be intimidated, has no fear, doesn't need resources like humans do and it was from multiple perspectives. so im not really condemning the movie, its hard to compare those 2 types of media anyway. besides that problem could be solved by making it a series i guess
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