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Zombieland: Double Tap (2019)

Action | Horror   
IMDB Rayting:   7.1/10
Country: USA | Canada
Language: English

Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock move to the American heartland as they face off against evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the growing pains of the snarky makeshift family.

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jwwalrath-227-85487 20 October 2019

Given that this was ten years apart from its predecessor, I feared that this movie would suffer the far-separated comedy sequel curse, but my doubts were quickly shaken.

The sequel remains really funny, including the return of the fun narrative cutaways and the, sometimes creative, use of text for the rules of surviving the zombie apocalypse.

The returning four main characters remain great. Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) and Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) are a great odd-couple duo with excellent chemistry. Emma Stone as Wichita continues to do a great job as the one who reacts sarcastically. I love new character Madison (Zoey Deutsch). She is a bimbo/airhead type, but she has a specific quirkiness that makes the character distinctive. She always has the most random lines.

The plot itself is a little lightweight; the movie mostly runs on the jokes.

Overall, I had a good time with this and recommend it.

jackgdemoss 31 October 2019

Zombieland 2 joins the esteemed ranks of sequels that don't utterly disappoint, coming in with an "almost as good as the original" finish. The cast members still mesh well together 10 years later. Zoey Deutch is a notable new addition whose character is absolutely unbearable at first due to sheer outlandishness, but she eventually grew on me. Zombieland has a bit of comedy, a bit of heart-warming, and a healthy amount of zombie killing. Something for everyone here.

slightlymad22 18 October 2019

I just got out of Zombieland: Double Tap

I wasn't the biggest fan of the first movie, i thought it was fun, but I never felt the need to rewatch it and i promptly forgot about it until the sequel was announced.

This is laugh out loud funny at times, I know zombie apocalypse movies are not where you expect to find laughs, but this has a lot of them. There was a lot of laughter in my screening.

Woody Harrelson is as awesome as he always is, and is on top form, its always nice to see Emma Stone playing a fun role, her parts down so serious lately!! Yes, i know she is an Oscar winner and she should be playing the best parts she can get, its just nice to see her having fun in a role again, as she is a good comedic actress, I love some of her facial expressions.

Now, when I hear the name Abigail Breslin, its always the little girl from My Sisters Keeper and Little Miss Subshine who pops into my head, I always forget the has grown up!! Even though I though i though she was great in Maggie with Arnie. She is fun here too, although her character is more of a plot device than anything else. A bit of a waste of her talents.

But it was Zoey Deutch who steals the movie for me. She was such an unexpected, delightful surprise. Playing the dumb blonde is a hard act to do well without being annoying!! Generally outside of one or two performances I hate the cliche of a dumb blonde character, but she nails it. I wouldn't be surprised if this is her breakout role.

shanemoose-88715 18 October 2019

This is a sequel for fans of the first 'Zombieland', simple as that. It's not here to try and persuade mainstream critics into actually liking a Horror movie, not to make a statement on society, or give you a glimpse into the director and/or writers' state of mind. It's here to say, "Sorry we kept you all waiting, now let's get back to business!" That business being zombie gore, gross-out gags, cheesy one-liners, and jokes about men who drive minivans. The main four actors give it their all and have fun as they slip back into their beloved roles and some of the new additions are a treat. The only downside is that it's mostly the same old song and dance. Of course, it all depends on whether or not you enjoyed the first movie. If you did, then I'm confident that you'll enjoy this one immensely.

ivonneishere 30 October 2019

I saw Zombieland the first movie. And it was fresh, funny, it moved along at a nice clip. It was fluffy entertainment. The characters were personable and made me care about them and made me root for them. I really enjoyed the original Zombieland movie. I saw it several times as a matter of fact. BUT... Zombieland 2? What the heck happened? It's as if the characters are coasting on the success of the first. They don't even try to be interesting. They spend the entire first half doing nothing. It was dead space. Yeah, pun intended. Nothing happened. It was like the Seinfeld of the movie theater, the show about nothing, this was the movie about nothing... but unlike Seinfeld which was funny, Zombieland 2 was BORING. The characters banter back and forth and back and forth and back and forth...Then they split up for the dumbest of reasons. It's as if they really didn't know what to do with themselves, so just split up and pretend like they don't mean anything to each other. Then suddenly oh, they do mean something to each other. Then more banter. Then a ditsy character joins in and she spends her time repeating herself. Yes, she's brainless. Okay. I got it. Please, stop beating me over the head with that! I just think the writers had no idea what to do with these characters and just put them in a random pointless scenario just to tell the audience, "look! remember these funny characters? yeah, laugh at them for no reason." They all became so annoying that I actually walked out of the theater and asked for a refund, but they don't give refunds so I got a free ticket instead so I'm not too upset. I was SO looking forward to this movie. I relished seeing the characters again. I wanted to laugh out loud and have a good time. Instead I yawned, I felt sleepy. I got bored out of my skull and I walked out. Ugh. How did this movie end? Who cares?

arabnikita 17 October 2019

When Zombieland came out in 2009 it was able to break the routine of zombie films by using an unorthodox style with its quirky dialogues, rules and storytelling. It was wild, fresh and most inportantly fun thanks in large part to a great cast that made the experience memorable. Zombieland: Double Tap, brought back the entire to send them on a new adventure but sadly, the story leaves a lot more to be desired.

This zombie fairy tale starts of well describing how the world has evolved in the past 10 years and the changes that came with it but in the grand scheme of things, its a pale shadow when compared to the original. They did bring in some new elements and characters that do a decent job of fitting into the narrative but ultimately, the movie fails to grasp the lightheartedness and energy of its predecessor.

I am a harsh critic when it comes to zombie films but here I understand that realism should go out the window to allow the movie to be a comedy. They doubled on the jokes but half of them ended up feeling either forced or stale which prevented the movie from having a smooth flow. The cast makes this movie worth the watch as it feels like they haven't changed since 2009 making it a decent sequel to be honest, Zombieland should have been left as a standalone cult classic.

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nicole_graham-13840 20 October 2019

I hate the overdone, formulaic comedies they pump out now. This was a breath of fresh air and a blast from the past all in one. I also enjoyed the plot and storyline. It stayed pretty true to the original Zombieland feeling. My husband and I really enjoyed this!

robfollower 18 October 2019

Director: Ruben Fleischer Writers: Dave Callaham (screenplay), Rhett Reese (screenplay) Stars: Woody Harrelson: Tallahassee (Academy Award-nominated actor) Jesse Eisenberg: Columbus (Academy Award-nominated actress) Emma Stone: Wichita (Academy Award-Winning actress) Abigail Breslin: Little Rock (Academy Award-nominated actress) Zoey Deutch: Madison

Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock move to the American heartland as they face off against evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the growing pains of the snarky makeshift family.

Fans of the original Zombieland should definitely make a point of checking out the sequel. Zombieland: Double Tap is a riot, and a lot of that is due to an the all-star cast. In particular Zoey Deutch and her character, Madison. When it comes to sequels that do the original film justice, it is up there.

Stay for the end credit scene! You won't regret it! The film had the whole cinema laughing throughout the movie ! It's worth the wait, your time and your money. 8/10

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