Max Brooks works for the UN and travels around the world to chronicle the history of the 10 year old war with the zombies.
The zombies are silhouettes, moaning with raised arms in the distance, backlit by fire from a burning building. In the book version of World War Z, it takes a prolonged time for those bitten to turn into zombies: anywhere from a few hours to a few weeks. You may have your zombie preferences set in stone, but honestly, if fast, rapid zombies are done well, I welcome the genre twist.
People looted, stole, and even killed in a greedy manner to ensure their own survival, ignoring others around them. Any type of essay. A huge thing the movie completely overlooked was how the book presented the story. Admittedly, the ending felt abrupt, leaving me wanting a little more character resolution—I mean, the guy did everything to keep his family safe, but he also vowed to never leave them for work again.
World War Z the movie is a forgettable standard zombie film. The ringing is extremely loud, and the group is immediately swarmed by running zombies. The "present day" of the book is significantly after the war, with several survivors telling their harrowing tales and creating a global perspective on the epidemic.
In the film, the North Korean government orders that the teeth of all 23 million of its inhabitants be extracted so no one who becomes a zombie can bite and spread the infection. However, he was determined to find a way to help out humanity. In one particular scene of the movie, Gerry is on a mission to find the source of the zombie outbreak.