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REVIEW: Romance is Alive in 'Warm Bodies'

The latest zombie movie out shows you that you don't have to have a pulse to fall in love

Editor's note: "Warm Bodies" is playing at Regal Medlock Crossing in Johns Creek.

Good girl meets ghoul in the latest romantic comedy called "Warm Bodies."

Nicholas Hoult plays a teenage zombie slacker who falls head over heels in love with Teresa Palmer, who is very much alive.

Somehow the chemistry between the two works even though the flirting can be a bit awkward.

You never really know what thoughts are lurking behind that blank stare, but enough about non-zombie supporting cast member John Malkovich.

"Warm Bodies" is a fun little film that has successfully mashed up a romantic comedy, slapstick and cheese. The teenage and Twilight film crowd should eat it up, even though it lacks brains. (drum roll).

The flick-o-meter gives "Warm Bodies" a solid three out of five.

There's tons of cheese in this film, lots of plot holes as well. But, if you want to see the girl fall for a cute dead guy from the wrong side of the heartbeat, then this film is for you.

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