Review: Zombieland: Double Tap is a Surprising Blast and an Ultimate Midnighter

Ten years have passed since America’s answer to Shaun of the Dead blew up the scene with the gun-toting stately named zom-com Zombieland. Its charming cast and less charming characters gave us the memorable delivery of enjoyable quips with its version of the “everyman” zomb-pocalypse story. Ten years later, after Warm Bodies, Cooties, Life After Beth, and Anna and the Apocalypse, we have been forced to ask, do we need a sequel to Zombieland?

Probably not.

Though it didn’t strike while the iron was hot, nor did it wait long enough to capitalize on nostalgia, Zombieland: Double Tap is here, and you know what? It’s great.

Ten years or so after the events of the first film, Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Little Rock (Abigail Breslin), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), and Wichita (Emma Stone) are holed up in the White House living their quiet post-apocalyptic lives, until a panicked Wichita,

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