• Movie Filter - Warm Bodies - Date: 6/4/2013
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  • Parental Advisories
    Content Warnings:
    Disturbing Images

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Revealing Clothing,
    Threatening Dialogue,
    Intense Action/Adventure,
    Intense Life/Death Situations,
    Disaster Themes,
    Scary Moments,
    Non-Graphic Injury/Wound,
    Intense Battle Sequences,
    Mature Thematic Elements,
    Murder Topic,
    Dysfunctional Relationships
  • Starring
    Nicholas Hoult
    Teresa Palmer
    Analeigh Tipton
    Rob Corddry
    Dave Franco
    John Malkovich
    Cory Hardrict
    Daniel Rindress-Kay
    Vincent Leclerc
    Clifford LeDuc-Vaillancourt

  • Teen Movie Night Activity: Warm Bodies

    It’s Time To Exhume the Fun in Movie Night!!

    Whether you love Zombies year round or you’re gearing up for Halloween season this movie night will be the Zombie’s Bite of the year for your teens and their friends…or for you and yours! Let warm hearted R (the Zombie heart throb) and his lady love Julie, show you the meaning of movie night fun.

    Movie Snacks:

    *R’s hangout is an abandoned airplane at a zombie infested airport, so he give Julie airplane food to eat. For your “watch while eating” meal serve TV dinners in their trays to mimic an airline meal. Serve peanuts, pretzels and drinks in short, clear plastic cups.
    *Make some tapioca pudding and let it set up in a brain mold you can find on amazon.com and viola! You’ve got dessert fit for a Zombie.
    * Slice up some apples (like Julie eats in one dream scene) with caramel dip to go with or serve some sweetened cream of wheat just like R’s best Zombie friend remembers eating.


    *Everytime R eats part of Perry’s brain he experiences his memories. Anytime he experiences a good one, have everyone share one of their favorite memories from childhood. Or share the craziest or best dream you ever remember having when R has his first dream.
    *When R tells Julie to “Be Dead”, she does a terrible job of overdoing it. Have everyone get up and practice their best and creepiest Zombie walks. This practice will come in handy for the next must-pause-moment.
    * Towards the end of the film we get a slow motion group zombie strut scene. Pause the movie and take video of your group doing their best slow motion zombie strut and then share it on facebook.
    * When R and his best friend have their “almost conversation” pause the flick and pass out simple, secret messages written on pieces of paper to your guests (simple things like “this brain pudding is good” or “pass the popcorn”). Then have each person try to communicate their message by only using zombie moans and groans and zombie-like gestures.
    * When R tries to remember his name see who in your group can come up with the most R names that could belong to R.


    *To start with, you simply must call everyone in your movie night group by the letter of the first name all evening long, just like R.
    *Find someone who will lend you a polaroid camera for the evening just like the one Julie uses in the abandoned house (if not, your smart phone will work too of course). Every time R stares at Julie all creepy-like take a shot of each of your guests making their best/worst creepy zombie leer.
    *Each time R shrugs, the first person to yell out “Zombie shrug!” gets to hold the popcorn bowl, gets another slab of brain pudding or gets a back scratch until the next shrug.
    *This movie is full of truly excellent tunes, so every time someone puts on a record or hits play on their iPhone get up and get your zombie groove on in zombie form.
    *You’ll notice that in some respects this story is loosely based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. It’s especially obvious come the balcony scene. If your group is feeling analytical discuss the similarities and differences between the two storylines. Or read the book this movie is based on of the same title by Isaac Marion.

    Danielle’- ClearPlay Undead

    Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and some language; 98 min; Directed by Jonathan Levine
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