Zombieland: Double Tap
The irony of the sequel "Zombieland: Double Tap" starts with the title and goes right on through the credits. It’s 10 years after the original, but the main cast remains largely the same, except Abigail Breslin. She’s changed the most, along with some of the zombies. She’s grown up and flown the coop as many stifled young folks are itching to do. I mean, who wants to hide in the White House when there’s a world out there to explore! Nevermind the fact that it’s with a violence-eschewing hippie who favors weed over whacking the marauding undead she’s chosen to hook up with in her escape. It’s that ode to non-violence that irritates paternal figure Woody Harrelson the most. Meanwhile, Jesse Eisenberg is ready to make it legal with Emma Stone, who gets a bit of runaway bride syndrome and joins in on the road trip. If you're looking for zombie-killing reminiscent of Middle-Age castle sieges and funny pop culture references, this is your kind of movie.