Zombieland: Double Tap

Zombieland: Double Tap

Zombieland: Double Tap

Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigal Breslin return to fight a new, evolved breed of undead in the sequel to the 2009 post-apocalyptic zombie comedy. Original screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick return, as well as director Ruben Fleischer.

The four zombie slayers from the first movie return to face new, evolved forms of zombies as well as meet some new survivors.

2019Rating: MA15+, Strong horror violence99 minsUSA
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Zombieland: Double Tap / Reviews

The New York Times

The New York Times

"Zombieland: Double Tap" sets the bar low and steps easily over it, which makes it better than a lot of recent big-screen comedies.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

At a relatively brief 99 minutes, Zombieland: Double Tap doesn't provide one with anywhere near enough time to figure out exactly why Zombieland: Double Tap exists.

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Variety

Variety

Yeah, yeah, it's just a movie, you say. But like the first-person-shooter video games the film's "Double Tap" title references, society can't just passively sit back and accept an attitude that mocks pacifism and makes light of such extreme violence.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Rounding up all the original's stars and throwing several more surviving human characters into the mix, the pic is plenty entertaining for those of us who, paradoxically, find zombies comforting in dark times.

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Total Film

Total Film

Flawed though Double Tap undoubtedly is, we wouldn't rule out a Zombieland 3 in another decade.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Sometimes they come back. Sometimes they shouldn't bother. Sometimes they're pretty darned decent - although this is purely one for fans of the original.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

Zombieland: Double Tap isn’t dripping with subtext, depth or nuance, but it knows exactly what it needs to be. And although it’s a sequel the world wasn’t crying out for, it’s probably one those in the mood for amiable, charming nonsense will devour.

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Stuff

Stuff

A jape-filled joyride that's likely to appeal to a wide audience.

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