Zombieland: Double Tap movie review - Aussieboyreviews
IS ZOMBIELAND: DOUBLE TAP AS FUNNY AS ZOMBIES AS THE FIRST?
Honestly, there’s still some significant things to improve, but this funny and bloody sequel is still fun. Double Tap can be mildly bland at times, but the film does manage to have plenty of action, comedy and zombies.
Zombieland survivors Columbus and Tallahassee, Wichita and her younger sister Little Rock, move to the American heartland as they take down more zombies and meet fellow survivors.
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Cast: Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, Emma Stone, Rosario Dawson, Zoey Deutch, Luke Wilson, Avan Jogia, Thomas Middleditch
Writer: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, David Callaham
Release Date (Australia): 17 October 2019
Runtime: 99 minutes/1h 39m
Genre: Comedy, Horror, Action
Language: English, Spanish
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The film features a zombie apocalypse.
The film features comedic depictions of zombies being shot, accompanied by large gory sprays of blood.
There are uses of the words “f**k”, “s**t”, “d**k” and “p***y” throughout the film.
The film includes depictions of marijuana smoking, in addition to verbal and visual references to marijuana.
The film includes sexual innuendo and sexualised use of the word “f**k”, in addition to sexual references in which a couple can be heard moaning as they implicitly have sex.
R (for bloody violence, language throughout, some drug and sexual content)
Aussie boy's thoughts
Double Tap’s continuation with a handful of witty characters who deliver bloody zombie kills is simply so refreshening and heart-pumping. This is a comedic zombie sequel you’ll need to definitely grab your popcorn for and get comfortable, especially for those who couldn’t get enough of the 2009 predecessor, really because this one’s an additional 99 minutes of gory fun.
Beside the reoccurrence of the original cast (including Bill Murray during the credits scene), the second Zombieland knows exactly how to and produces a few more fun personalities. Double Tap is mainly best at making sure these new characters are as witty and amusing as the leading four. Original humour is also a very frequent element during this film.
Although Double Tap is able to kill off certain components and thematic elements at times where they definitely start becoming mildly old, some details can feel like they’ve been pulled apart too much. Therefore, the pacing is definitely weaker than the first film and their new journey through the zombie-driven country isn’t as quick.
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