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  • ronian
    Ronian

    You

  • aaron
    Aaron

    It would be great if more ppl uploaded movies onto this site. 12 movies a day would be nice.

  • what
    what

    Waited for it to get good that never happened.

  • mr-tony-davis
    mr tony davis

    It took quite long to make a sequel to ‘Zombieland’, but patience is definitely rewarded. There’s not much new stuff here, but that’s not the point – cast and mood is the point. The great chemistry between all the main characters is still working, and make you want to see more, no matter what they do, discussing the relationships status, strolling across the deserted mall, or killing zombies. Of course, there’s something new. First of all, there’s several new kinds of zombies. Then, new location of ‘Babylon Tower’ (inhabited by hippies) serves as the battlefield for the final clash with an army of improved undeads. Plus, a couple of new characters are added, and they’re pretty much fits the story. Oh, and Bill Murray is here too, don’t go away after the end credits roll. However, all those additions seem to be just a minor elements, since the heart of ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ is the characters and good, smash, bloody action. Its not about SFX or tricky plot twists, its about people killing zombies, talking about their Iives and trying to survive.

  • prbodh-baabuu
    prbodh baabuu

    If you loved Zombieland, just like myself, You would be too excited for Double Tap but this was a disappointing sequel. Story was wayyyyyy too childish as the point was just to find Little rock who left with the Berkley guy. Thats it and unnecessary scenes without any explanation or scenario. For eg, the scene from the trailer where the doppelgängers arrive, was just a waste of time with very few and self referential jokes. The end was equally disappointing as I was expecting a big final showdown with Terminator type Zombies which were hard to kill. Ibwas ready for it and there it was ‘The End’.

  • kevin-ryan
    kevin ryan

    I recommend you watch the first, then go see the second. Ok here, we go.The first was full of fresh nuance and really let Woody Harrelson show off his comedic chops. I really enjoyed it. But there was one little thing about the first that irritated me and I couldn’t put my finger on what it was. Just leaving the theater, I knew there was an itch about the movie I couldn’t scratch.Watching Zombieland: Double Tap, I now know what it was. The one note, monotone performance of Jesse Eisenberg. Eisenberg, who is famous, or infamous for playing the same person in every movie himself. Highly annoying, high functioning, rapid talking, autistic smart alec. The director of Double Tap really gave Jesse all the screen time in this, and it is just grating to watch. Can’t act, has no sense of humor. Every line comes off like a Dwight insult directed at Jim from The Office. No Originality. I am not a fan of If’s and But’s. If there had been another actor, like, say, Tom Holland, this movie would have been a 10 star pleasure to watch. Not the 1 star, Jesse Eisenberg Fest that it is. Skip it.

  • shane-bradshaw
    shane bradshaw

    As expected not as good as original and plot with hippies didnt at some times worked but cast saves it

  • deborah-franklin
    deborah franklin

    What the heck happened here… it’s like the rulebook took a backseat and is just part of their conversation. All the fun elements and humor of the original zombieland is no longer there, they were just forcing things like zombie-kill-of-the-week so they can call it zombieland. New characters are unlikeable, esp the dumb blonde … and the hippies with no guns … seriously?! There’s simply no heart to this film

  • marie-besson
    marie besson

    For those who like this zombie comedy , enjoy. They should not be battling zombies but instead 51% of the world’s population and the men under their holes vortex so like 3/4 should be eradicated. It’s like movies with humans have the hero and girl trying to get with each other. They even include animals assuming human characteristics of that man-woman nonsense. Be careful of what gets brainwashed into your subconscious from this. Watch out for hole guys. The romance angle (romance(tm) is too much a term for this) is handled charmingly/cutesy but all of this is like aw man here we go with this stuff. I know this movie is showing guidance to males how to deal with females. All imagination shown in this movie, creativity is the male ability, while females are replication of humans (aka babies) so both goals are contrasts with each other and know if you stick it in their hole your creativity goes swoosh disintegrates, you fall inline with patriarchy which is uncompromising. Replication is them celebrating the debauchery of humankind while creativity is trying to get closer to God (creating imaginative things.) Any contact with female is the road to babies guys. Even the cutesy way movie dalliance is portrayed. I cant provide all the know-how on the matter, what I can state here that someone else hasn’t figured throughout the thousands of yrs of human knowledge. They want to grind up men but it is I who grind them into fine dust. I get it’s hormones, just j/o in toilet or napkin.

  • prbodh-baalaasubrmnniym
    prbodh baalaasubrmnniym

    I laughed a bit with this film but to be honest, the only time I laughed out loud fully was even before the opening credits during the Columbia Pictures intro with your statue of Liberty. That was funny/cute.While I found the film highly entertaining, it truly pales in comparison to the first but that’s to be expected since that’s usually the case. I may have been expecting too much since I was overly excited for this sequel so while I was slightly disappointed, I’m positive many of you will thoroughly enjoy this long awaited follow up. For me, I just wish it had a tad more substance and laughs like the first did. Again, I was going in with high expectations and overly excited so I am possibly the worst to give an opinion. I do love the films and hope for a third. I think once I sign off from here, I’ll rewatch the first instalment again. I do hope you enjoy and if you go into this without the super high expectations I had, I just know you’ll be pleased. It WAS like x-mad morning and a terrific gift for all of us fans. Thanks for that!Have a terrific day and enjoy life, love, happiness and films to the fullest 🙂

  • constanca-pires
    constanca pires

    Was realllllly worried it wouldn’t come close but rest assured they did. Loved it!!!!!!! Bring on a third!!!!!

  • gagys-ryte
    gagys ryte

    Too long to create between the two films. There is nothing new here. Same dry comedy that’s set up miles before the punch line and visible for twice as many miles. It’s just undeed and completely unnecessary 2 hours. Z Nation was infinately better in humor and story with a quarter the budget. Skip it.

  • zapheires-aphentes-kolobos
    zapheires aphentes kolobos

    Life’s too short to waste your time on this boring and facile sequel movie.

  • remy-torres
    remy torres

    In honor of the 10th anniversary of Zombieland, the popular horror/comedy flick is back for seconds! I admit that the first Zombieland was a bit of a guilty pleasure for me, so I was excited for this sequel. Time sure flies. I can’t believe it has been 10 years. Since then, the four leads have been pretty busy and have all been nominated for Academy Awards! Emma Stone actually won the prestigious Oscar for her role in La La Land.So, how do you make a sequel fresh? In this case, make the zombies evolve and find more living humans to add to the story. Oh, and of course, more blood and gore, the same approach taken by The Walking Dead each season until it became completely disgusting. Fans will get a kick out of the film.TIPS FOR PARENTS:NOT for children! Lots of blood and gore. Soooooo much. Lots of zombies Violence, killing with a variety of weapons Profanity, including many F-bombs Pre-marital relations Explosions, destruction Marijuana Pop references to Uber, Elvis, Bob Dylan, Garfield, U.S. presidentsTHEMES:”Home isn’t a place. It’s the people you’re with.” – Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) Double Tap Travel Light Friendship, family Teamwork “Expect the Unexpected.” – Flagstaff (Thomas Middleditch)THINGS I LIKED:Nice zombie touch with the Columbia logo at the very, very beginning before the movie even started. Ha ha Keep watching when you think the movie has ended for a fun cameo performance that fans will love. Hint: It’s someone who was also nominated for an Oscar! Then, keep watching until the very, very end of the rolling credits for more. Funny references to zombie fans of Shaun of the Dead AND The Walking Dead. It was smart to have it come out close to Halloween. There’s a little bit of character development. The tone and feel match the first movie. I didn’t realize that the lovely Zoey Deutch is the daughter of actress Lea Thompson and director Howard Deutch. She did a really great job. I first noticed her in Before I Fall, a completely different movie from this one!THINGS I DIDN’T LIKE:Are people still in to zombies? This sequel should have come out 5-7 years ago. Some of the humor is tired. The plot is pretty simple. I heard Dan Aykroyd was in the movie. I guess I blinked because I missed him. People who haven’t seen the first movie will miss the backstories of the characters and inside jokesYou can see the rest of my movie review at Movie Review Mom on YouTube and on my website.

  • matthaios-tzekas
    matthaios tzekas

    Fantastic movie. One of the best movies this year!!!!

  • jeannine-masse
    jeannine masse

    The wait was worth it! It’s just as funny as the first.

  • sture-ostlund
    sture ostlund

    First the elephant in the room, “what the hell was that madman review csungradpiano_ward_e”. When I read it, it was being in the film Arrival trying to understand some tentacled E.T.s!! Needed the Enigma to crack that code, or a tree hugging dude on mushrooms! Anyway back to the flick. It was Oooookay-ish.Woody towed the film to the end, Columbus was off the pace, or maybe the act is a bit passé and predictable. The hippy, the bimbo didn’t really cut it and the monster truck taking out the hordes of undead, was a was like a moment out of Banana Splits! the script was too light to honour the first instalment, which I though was a pretty solid flick. But as I said said before, Woody saved the day!

  • john-turner
    john turner

    Hilarious great blast! Bigger budget, new characters, amazing dialogue, and awesome soundtrack! I laughed more and louder than anyone else which to me was so nice I haven’t laughed so hard in a long time. Some suspenseful bits were so great and the surprises were perfect, I won’t spoil I will just say I am very satisfied with everything. Delighted I got to see a double feature event so much fun and early release is nice; I hope my opinions are appreciated I am trying to be known with my reviews either way I feel at peace,

  • jonas-heerkens-de-keijser
    jonas heerkens de keijser

    I don’t care too much for action or, even far less, zombie movies, but, I did like the first one (probably also rated an 8). Otherwise I would not have seen it. FWIW, I tried watching World War Z and turned it off after the first 15 mins.

  • g-n-korolev-mina-vasilevich
    g n korolev mina vasilevich

    Loved every moment of this movie.(Emma Stone, I love you.)

  • zarowhi-topajikyan
    zarowhi topajikyan

    I’m a big fan of Zombieland, but this one is just a huge letdown. There’s no character development for the new roles, the dialogues are poor written and terrible sense of humor.Also I don’t see the point of introducing the new kind of zombies. They’re introduced as stronger and more deadly, but in the end they’re still as easy to kill as the original ones.

  • amanda-salminen
    amanda salminen

    From start to finish this movie rocked! The new cameo characters killed it and as usual, Woody is the King of onscreen comedy.

  • ian-russell
    ian russell

    Too many stale jokes and lame, ‘teen Drama’. Also, way too predictable and unfunny. Frankly, if it had less teen drama and soap opera, I would have given it atleast 3 or 4 stars but it pretty much ruined it for me. This film is mediocre at best. Woody was actually decent in it, but that’s about it.

  • maija-hamalainen
    maija hamalainen

    Normally I don’t like watch sequals because they are always a disapointment but this was just as good and as funny as the the first.If you enjoyed the original you’ll enjoy this too.

  • cirulis-karina
    cirulis karina

    This movie is one of my favorite movies of 2019. Not only is the action good but it is outstandingly hilarious. Every minute of the movie I laughed. 10/10 for me.

  • ugne-kalvelis
    ugne kalvelis

    Not a lot of character development for a few new comers. Would’ve liked to see more info on the various types of zombies and their abilities other than just a mention/quick shot. If it wasn’t for Woody Harrelson I wouldn’t have considered watching.

  • turcein-ashan-akcay-kisakurek
    turcein ashan akcay kisakurek

    “Zombieland: Double Tap” is the #1 Movie in America so far, it’s hilariously funny, it brings out the most joy of zombie comedy, and it’s brings out “Shaun of the Dead, and “The Walking Dead” reference. It’s just like the first film, in some other way of to enjoy the little things. But for this second film of Zombieland: Double Tap, you’re gonna enjoy a lot of things.

  • kovacsne-dr-kovacs-judit
    kovacsne dr kovacs judit

    Absolutely loved it!!! One of the few movies I have been wishing they would make a sequel of for years! The first is definitely one of my favorites, and this one will be going up on that list with the first. It just almost surpasses the first, almost…. At the very least it is definitely equal to the first in every aspect. I purposely avoided the trailers and everything talking about it over the past few months as I didn’t want to know anything until I got to see it lol…