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We finally are inspired to care about Gerry and the rest of these unlucky humans

 

 

Just when World War Z seems prepared to dole out more of the same exhaustingly paced action, it shifts radically into the third act, a section rewritten by Cabin in the Woods director Drew Goddard and Lost’s Damon Lindelof that rescues the movie entirely. With the global stakes of Gerry’s mission more than clear, the film has the permission to ramp down the scale considerably, setting scenes within the tight confines of an airplane and a medical research building, both of them humming with all the tension that the shaky, chaotic bigger scenes never managed. Pitt seems to find himself in the later scenes as well, not just a grim-faced hero on a mission, but a clever and risk-loving man who’s finally using all that research and putting it into action. (He’s joined, crucially, by Daniella Kertesz, a stoic but open-faced Israeli

 

 

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