Warm Bodies: 10 Big Differences Between The Book And Movie

By Jessica Rawden 2013-02-01 10:12:13discussion comments
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Warm Bodies’ setting is a little broader and more realistic. I always thought the idea of cramming people into unsafe structures in the sports arena made for a great visual, but was a little nonsensical. Walling off part of a city and broadening the scope allows for humanity to still seem like they have a fighting chance at survival. Plus, it means the sports dome can be used as another sweet setting.
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