Zombieland (2009) :- ReviewReview: ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ revives the conceit, but with none of the goofy magic

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Zombieland (2009) :- Review

Zombieland (2009) Movie – Storyline

Zombieland (Movie)[ HINDI DUBBED]… Two months have passed since a mad cow-like virus has transformed into a “evil-minded zombie-like epidemic” that has overflowed all over the United States (while infection is likely spreading to the world). Survivors of the zombie apocalypse have learned that it is not advisable to grow close to other survivors as many people have made use of their city of origin to name a nickname at any moment.

Zombieland (2009) – Movie Review 

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Zombie running must be stressful for 10 years.

Perhaps that’s why Zombieland: twin tap (alone out of five; graded R; at regional theaters on Friday) seems to be so tired. Director Ruben Fleischer and the center of the 2009 “Zombieland” cast, but the original’s silly magic is short. A few funny bits and a nice shot of new blood, but the need for this movie does not exist with much overwhelming evidence.

The film starts from Columbus (Jessie Eisenberg) and welcomes them all back. Over the last 10 years he discusses what has been happening. He’s in relationship with Wikita (Emma Stone), whilst Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) is like a substitute father for Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) Wichita’s sister, but she isn’t as enthusiastic about it, because now they classify zombies according to the capacity of this particular dead walker in three different ways. Fair enough–after Homer Simpson, the slow-moving stupid ones are known as “homers,” but the plot does never really amount to much except for a more advanced zombie which is more difficult to kill.

The four live in the White House, where Donald Trump wildly laughs. But, if you’re expecting that, there’s one about William Howard Taft. Ultimately, it’s a good way to live. Yet Wichita and Little Rock have been on another path for a while when they meet Berkeley (Avan Jogia), a hippy pacifist-not exactly what you want in a world full of zombies, but Little Rock wants to meet someone from her very own age so she’s able to overlook.

In the meantime, Columbus and Tallahassee meet Madison (Zoey German), an airhead who is undoubtedly the most welcome part of the film and the best part of it. She carries with her the same tight intensity that was so omnipresent in the first film— the excitement for a laugh.

The party moves to Graceland, followed by a town named Babylon, in various combinations. In Menfis they meet Nevada (Rosario Dawson), an arduous survivor who can at least temporarily deprive Tallahassee of his tough deed.Memphis has a sweet, imaginative bit that is best left unnoticed, but it leaves you looking for more creative move of this kind. And a post-credit cameo seems like a quasi-desperate bid to reclaim one of the best bits in the original movie. An earlier comparison is truly funny without revealing too much. The scene is too much after the credit.

This is a really good cast, but the antic feel of the first film can not be recaptured in a succession. The zombies were fresh in the original and the group of survivors wrapped their heads around the fact that the dead rose up and ate people while they were there. They had to adapt and learn how to survive until they arrived.

Already they know how, and almost feel bored. They have been so well at killing zombies for a long time–so good that there is never a real threat with a few exceptions. The edge, tension was part of “Zombieland” that made them so comfortable. “Zombieland: Double tap” might have been able to use a lot more.

 

 

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