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The end of the film is much more like a traditional zombie film with a limited cast



Despite a PG-13 rating that hamstrings some of its most visceral moments, World War Z establishes a strong mood of dread and terror from its very beginning, a family car ride through Philadelphia interrupted by the panic of an early zombie invasion. Pitt’s Gerry Lane is a former UN researcher who’s been out of the game for several years, and he’s just the right mix of professional and everyman you want to follow in this situation— comfortable using a rifle and dressing a wound, but perplexed and terrified for his family’s safety. No one uses the word “zombie" until much later in the film, when Gerry, his wife (Mireille Enos) and adorable daughters (Sterling Jerins and Abigail Hargrove) are airlifted to a military aircraft carrier





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