I've been excited for this opening since last summer. And unfortunately, my high expectations were met with a film that left me feeling even keel and slightly deprived. WORLD WAR Z was entertaining, engaging and overall a relatively enjoyable ride. A solid performance by Brad Pitt, who carried the film (and produced), gave the zombie apocalypse genre an amount of depth it's normally not used to. But with that said, I don't know how it remained lost on me that this film was rated PG-13. A suit is the opening credits rolled exposing PG-13, I was like, "damn... really?" And much to my chagrin, the film did absolutely nothing to extinguish that feeling. A zombie apocalypse movie without blood or zombies doing what they do best, eating people, should have never been made. Future filmmakers of this genre repeat after me, "Thou shall not make a zombie apocalypse film that's rated PG-13!" Good, now I feel better. Ultimately, this film will be remembered for a truly interesting story with a brutally unrealistic feel and a complete lack of horror. Temper you're expectations and watch it on Blu-ray -- 6.5/10.