Movie Review – The Girl with All the Gifts
A scientist and a teacher living in a dystopian future embark on a journey of survival with a special young girl named Melanie.
Interesting dystopian characters with a lot to lose.
Well executed, fast-paced, and fun.
Each scene flowed well into the next. No complaints.
This book has been on my TBR for some time, and ironically I ended up watching the movie first when my roomie and I were bored one night. I’d never known this was a movie, so I was desperate to give it a chance. I was not disappointed!
This film is set in a dystopian world where the dead have risen. At a government facility, humans use special zombie-human children with intelligence to try to cure the disease. But when the zombies from the outside break into the facility, everyone scatters, desperate for survival.
This was a fun movie! All of the human characters I sympathized with, and I especially enjoyed the main character and the other zombie-human children. They were not your average zombie and really switched the genre up a bit. The action was almost nonstop, and even in the pauses there were constant interesting developments.
Ultimately a great watch, and after watching I still intend on reading the book. Can’t wait to compare the two!
That’s it for this movie review. How about you? Have you seen this one?
Did you enjoy it? Love it, hate it? Feel free to comment, and have a great day!
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I liked the book but haven’t seen the movie. I have to see it now!
Oh nice! Glad to give you a movie to watch!
7.5, a pretty good score. I finally watched Horns. I didn’t realize there was so much humor in the movie. That was a pleasant surprise.
Yeah, this one was good.
Wow, that’s ironic because I just watched Horns last week also. I agree with you completely!
It sounds great. I was put off by the trailers, but I might watch it now.
I just saw the title and freaked because I knew it was a book.