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Columbus, Tallahasse, 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
Action Comedy - Like the first film ten years ago, this is a light, often darkly humorous, and often silly horror/action comedy. The four stars of the original, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin, all return, with notable newcomers Zoey Deutch and Rosario Dawson. As with the first, there is constant bloody, if comically over the top, violence as well as strong language and brief sexual situations that make the film not for kids.
Woody Harrelson VENOM, SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY Jesse Eisenberg THE HUMMINGBIRD PROJECT, CAFE SOCIETY Abilgail Breslin NO RESERVATIONS Emma Stone THE FAVOURITE, BATTLE OF THE SEXES, LA LA LAND Director: Ruben Fleischer VENOM, GANGSTER SQUAD, 30 MINUTES OR LESS
PROFANITY: Well over 30 F-words; 23 S-words; 4 GD's; a number of others. SEX/NUDITY: Very brief sex without nudity. VIOLENCE: Bloody shootings, beatings, killings. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol, tobacco, marijuana. ACTION: Fights, chases, gunplay, explosions. COMEDY: Constant banter, wisecracks, physical gags, often dark.
Berardinelli, Internet CriticFull Review Above Average If you liked Zombieland, you'll probably like Zombieland: Double Tap, just not as much. It has some good laughs, although they don't come as frequently. It has some clever moments, but not as many. And the character interaction is fun, at least most of the time.
Roger EbertFull Review Average ...while individual moments and action sequences might be amusing, the endeavor as a whole feels like a tepid retread. Callbacks to running gags from the first "Zombieland” result in little more than sporadic chuckles, and the characters at the center of this new adventure haven't developed in ways that are meaningful or compelling.
USA TodayFull Review Above Average ...the goofy magic of the original is in short supply. There are some funny bits and a welcome shot of new blood, but there's not a lot of overwhelming evidence for this movie's need to exist. This is a really great cast, but it's just impossible to recapture the antic feel of the first film in a sequel.
NY PostFull Review Good "Zombieland: Double Tap” is no less funny (than original). Thanks to some new additions, it's even more riotous. There's a plot, I guess, but the film is mostly an excuse to watch crazier-than-ever Harrelson work out his anger on some unlucky zombies.
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Based on a theater exit polling of 13 moviegoers:
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: The 4 males and 2 females loved it.
ADULTS: One male loved it and one enjoyed it very much. Of the four females, two loved it and two felt it was enjoyable but nothing special or memorable.