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Zombieland: Double Tap
尸里逃生: 双击屍杀

Opening Date
31 Oct 2019
M18 Violence and Gore
99 mins
English with no subtitles
Action, Comedy, Horror
Ruben Fleischer
Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Zoey Deutch, Abigail Breslin, Jesse Eisenberg, Rosario Dawson
After a fight between Columbus and Wichita creates a deep rift in the make-shift family that causes Little Rock to leave with a strange man, the group must band together to find Little Rock and mend the family ties. Facing new kinds of zombies along the way, the group are forced to adjust their strategies until they find an incredible new zombie hunter known only as Nevada.
By Rachelle  25 Oct 2019
Double Tap is clearly not short of the fun times and laughter you’d expect from the writers of Deadpool.
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It’s taken director Ruben Fleischer and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick a whole decade since the successful release of Zombieland (2009) but they’re finally back with an aptly titled sequel, Zombieland: Double Tap! (the double-tap as fans of the original would know is Columbus' rule #2).

Zombieland: Double Tap takes off some years after the events of its predecessor. The film’s protagonists Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) are now seasoned zombie survivors, living in the abandoned White House. But things begin to take a turn when Wichita and Little Rock decide to leave the nest because the men were being too clingy and overbearing.

Fast forward a month, Tallahassee and Columbus find themselves in an abandoned mall where a ditzy, all-pink, velour tracksuit-wearing girl named Madison (played to perfection by Zoey Deutch) has been living. Wichita returns to inform her former unit that Little Rock has met a boy and abandoned her.

With a new character in tow, our film’s protagonists set out to find their runaway member. Along the way, they encounter a new breed of zombie that takes more than the double-tap to kill and because the film prides itself in being self-aware and pop culture savvy, Columbus has decidedly named them the T-800s (as per Arnold Schwarzenegger's iconic role in the Terminator franchise). We are also then introduced to more new characters, Rosario Dawson’s Nevada, Luke Wilson’s Albuquerque and Thomas Middleditch’s Flagstaff, with the latter two strongly resembling Tallahassee and Columbus respectively.

The introduction of Albuquerque and Flagstaff may read too much like a scene from Shaun of the Dead (you know the one, where Shaun and his gang crosses paths with another gang with identical characteristics) but it’s hard to tell if it was done deliberately or not, considering the film has become more meta than the one before it.

Much of this film revisits its predecessor so if you were a fan of the original Zombieland, then you’re in for a treat. From small scaled references like mentioning “Apartment 406” and drinking red Mountain Dew, to full on replaying what was unique about the first film (Columbus’ rules gets a full on sequence). Double Tap is clearly not short of the fun times and laughter you’d expect from the writers of Deadpool.
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