A cult favorite has come back to life.
“Zombieland: Double Tap” takes place a decade after the first film, which was released in 2009.
The sequel begins with Columbus (Jessie Eisenberg) welcoming the audience back as he explains what has been going on for the past 10 years. He says that not only have they evolved in Zombieland but so have the zombies, which have now begun to portray different qualities from the zombie norm.
After fighting off a group of zombies to claim their new home, the White House, they begin to settle in and enjoy the little things in life.
Everything seems good in Columbus’ perspective but when a small question and being cooped up together drives Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) to run away and bump into a teenage hippie pacifist, things begin to get out of control.
With Little Rock wanting to be around someone her age, she decides to take things in her own hands and ditch Wichita to be with her newfound friend, Berkeley (Avan Jogia).
Worrying about her little sister traveling with a man who believes in no violence in a world full of zombies, Wichita comes back to Columbus and Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) when needing more ammunition for her trip to find Little Rock.
With the group being almost like a family, Columbus and Tallahassee join her along with their dimwitted new friend, Madison (Zoey Deutch), who had been taking shelter in a mall.
While this sequel to the original comedy wasn’t necessarily needed, it does bring good humor to the audience and will leave them with some answers to a few questions many may have had since finishing the first film.