Zombieland: Double Tap
Zombieland: Double Tap is a 2019 horror-comedy film released by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Set 10 years after the first film, Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita and Little Rock are still fighting zombies, and they are now fighting evolved forms of them such as T-800s and Homers
Why It Rocks
- It's a decent follow-up to the first film.
- It still retains the charm of the first film, as well as its characters:
- Tallahassee is still a comedic badass.
- Columbus is still an awkward, but a skilled young man.
- The opening narration was a really funny parody of airline in-flight announcements.
- Just like the first one, the pop culture references are really well done.
- Great acting from the actors as always.
- A very funny Columbia Pictures logo where the Columbia lady gets up to fight zombies.
- The movie manages to introduce additions as likable characters, such as Madison.
- In the mid-credits scene, Columbus apologizes about what happened with Bill Murray in the predecessor, so not only did it shows the origin of the zombie virus, but also include Murray being calm and chill whilst dealing with zombies.
The Only Bad Quality
- While being a great sequel, it feels like a rehash of the first film.
Zombieland: Double Tap received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics. They praised the acting while criticizing the repetitiveness. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 68%, with a consensus that reads "Zombieland: Double Tap makes up for a lack of fresh brains with an enjoyable reunion that recaptures the spirit of the original and adds a few fun twists.". It holds a 6.7 on IMDb, a 55 on Metacritic, and a 3.1 on Letterboxd.
Fans of the first one were significantly more positive toward it, and labeled it as a worthy sequel to the first one.