"Zombieland: Double Tap" is a 2019 horror-comedy film that works as a follow up to the 2009 movie "Zombieland". Directed by Ruben Fleischer, the film restores its initial cast, consisting of Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin. The film picks up ten years after the first one. The characters have grown more powerful, and their bonds thicker however zombies too have actually developed into more powerful monsters.Plot Summary
The movie opens with the 4 apocalypse survivors: Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) now residing in the deserted White House. Columbus proposes to Wichita with the Hope Diamond, triggering her to get cold feet and triggering her and Little Rock to leave.
Feeling alone and deserted, Columbus discovers a distraction in Madison, a bubbly, if slightly dim-witted, character who's been living alone in a shopping mall. Their love is immediately made complex when Wichita returns, informing them that Little Rock has actually run off with Berkeley, a pacifist artist.Problems and Adventure
The group, consisting of a hesitant Madison, triggers to rescue Little Rock. Along the way, they encounter developed zombies, dubbed T-800s, who are more difficult to eliminate. Simultaneously, they also fulfill Nevada, a tough-as-nails hotel owner, and Albuquerque and Flagstaff, a duo unnervingly comparable to Tallahassee and Columbus.
The group splits, with Wichita, Columbus, and Madison hunting Berkeley and Little Rock while Tallahassee and Nevada deal with the approaching horde of T-800s. Throughout their journey, Madison starts showing signs of zombification and is left behind in the woods. The trio eventually finds Berkeley and Little Rock at Babylon, a pacifist commune where weapons are melted down for peace.Climax and Conclusion
Regardless of finding Little Rock secure, the group is met an impending attack from zombies brought in by the commune's routine fireworks. Equipped with makeshift weapons, they get ready for fight. They are all of a sudden signed up with by Madison, who had actually just struggled with a nut allergy and is not a zombie, and the combined efforts ultimately lead to their victory versus the zombies.
Although Wichita accepts Columbus's proposition, and Little Rock breaks up with Berkeley, deciding they're better off as a group than apart. Simply as things get back to rather normal, they face a drooling, grumbling T-800, teasing another possible sequel and leaving the audience eagerly waiting for more of this enjoyable zombie land story.General Themes and Analysis
"Zombieland: Double Tap" effectively integrates zombie scary, funny, and touching human relationships, all set in a post-apocalyptic landscape. The characters' growth and dynamics are engaging, and the intro of brand-new characters adds intrigue and hilarity. The zombie fights are stuffed with tension, but it's the human connections that shine through. Wit and sarcasm make it a highly pleasurable sequel. In spite of its post-apocalyptic and horror styles, the movie manages to maintain a light-hearted vibe that endears audiences to the characters and the story.