World War Z

World War Z
Former United Nations worker, Gerry Lane, is perfectly content to spend his days with his wife, Karin, and their two daughters, Connie and Rachel. But an average morning soon turns into the fight of their lives when an outbreak of a mysterious illness starts to transform humans into rampaging zombies. Gerry soon finds himself back in the fold of the U.N. as he becomes part of a team sent to locate the origins of the outbreak. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for in “World War Z”.

∙ At the very beginning of the movie, Connie and Rachel jump into bed with Gerry and Karin. Gerry is on his stomach with his hands under the pillows. He moans and puts his hands over his head. The scene cuts to a closer view of Gerry and his hand is on the pillow. It cuts back to the original view and he takes his hand off of his head.

∙ Gerry and his family are stuck in traffic when a policeman riding a motorcycle his the driver’s side mirror of their mini-van. Gerry gets out of the vehicle to check the damage. The overhead view shows the mirror is in the road, between the family’s van and the car in front of them. But, when Gerry picks up the mirror, it’s now on the ground to the left of the car’s rear tire.

∙ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Gerry and Segen are leaving the World Health Organization’s facility in Wales. As they walk up to the security gate, the hood of Segen’s jacket is up, covering her head. But in the next rear view, when they walk through, her hood is down and her head is uncovered.

“World War Z” (2013) stars Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, Peter Capaldi, David Morse, Sterling Jerins and Abigail Hargrove. It runs 116 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense frightening zombie sequences, violence and disturbing images.

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