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Rating & Content Info
Why is Warm Bodies rated PG-13? Warm Bodies is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for zombie violence and some language.
Violence: A plague turns humans into zombies and eventually skeletons. A character pulls the skin off his face. Zombies and Bonies (skeletons) eat other characters. (Blood is shown around their mouths and on their hands.) A character eats the brains of a human. A child is hit at school and gets a bloody injury. A girl stabs a knife into the chest of a man. A man talks about shooting his wife. Characters engage in fistfights. A character is shown with bullet holes in his back. A girl pulls a gun on a man. Other characters are threatened with guns. Characters have blood smeared on their faces and hands.
Sexual Content: A couple kisses passionately. A girl takes her outer clothes off in front of a boy. Another couple kisses. The figure of a man in the shower is partially revealed.
Language: The script contains one strong sexual expletive, numerous scatological slang and profanities and several terms of Deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink wine with dinner. A boy gives a bottle of beer to a girl who drinks it.
Page last updated May 26, 2016
|British Columbia||PG||Violence. Coarse Language.|
|Manitoba||14A||Violence, Disturbing Content.|
|Ontario||PG||Violence, Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
News About "Warm Bodies"
Cast and Crew
Warm Bodies is directed by Jonathan Levine and stars Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, John Malkovich, Dave Franco.
The most recent home video release of Warm Bodies movie is June 4, 2013. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Warm Bodies
Release Date: 4 June 2013
Warm Bodies releases to home video (Blu-ray/Digital Copy/UltraViolet) with the following extras:
- Boy Meets, ER, Doesn’t Eat Girl
- A Little Less Dead
- Extreme Zombie Make-Over!
- A Wreck in Progress
- Bustin Caps
-Beware of The Boneys
-Whimsical Sweetness: Teresa Palmer’s Warm Bodies Home Movies
- Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry
- Audio Commentary with Director Jonathon Levine and Actors Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer
- Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary with Screenwriter/Director Jonathan Levine
- Gag Reel: Shrug and Groan
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