Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) - Action, Comedy, Horror

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Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock move to the American heartland as they face off against evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the growing pains of the snarky makeshift family.

IMDB: 6.8
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Stars: Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg
Length: 99 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 126 out of 678 found boring (18.58%)

One-line Reviews (366)

Points for the wacky new breeds of zombie, though, and for a tremendous, unexpected mid-credits scene that, er, feels more energetic and inspired than half the material in the feature.

It didnt wow me but it was enjoyable, pretty easy recommendation.

An enjoyable, albeti forgettable movie.

To be clear, in a one v one battle 2009's Zombieland would win hands down and Double Tap is unlikely to leave as much of a lasting impression as the first film did but thanks to Fleischer's energetic direction and staging of action scenes (almost as if Venom never even existed) and the returning cast members chemistry and comedic timing, there's barely a dull moment to be found in this newest zombie filled outing that knows what it is and what it's audience wants.

Entertaining and Fun, Especially For a Zombie Horror Movie .

The dialogs are beyond unbelievably stupid and boring not to mention that the storyline of the movie is super mediocore to put it mildly.

Really Enjoyed it!

Kudos to Woody, Emma and Zoey as they actually made the movie funny and enjoyable.

It was a bit entertaining.

Nothing happened.

Very entertaining.

Funny and full of unexpected laughs.

This new film knows how to remain entertaining for the fans of the first part.

Very funny and entertaining sequel, although I find the first one to be slightly more fun.

It's a long, drawn out series of events that remains boring - even at the final mass action sequence.

Zombieland from 2009 is a good movie that is thoroughly entertaining.

The zombie fighting action is entertaining at least.

Everything is predictable.


Consequently the sequences felt very formulaic and familiar.

Waste of time and money .

Columbus referring and narrating his rules again does get a little repetitive and lost its touch the second time around.

Worth the watch!

This film is "nothing new", but I enjoyed it anyway - so if you liked the first Zombieland, you'll like this one as well.

Little Rock's character was really, really dull and flat.

is worth watching this!

The action quite funny and intense!

waste of time .

This was a rather mundane sequel...

Only jessi and woddie made this movie very exciting.

I found this juvenile and pointless.

But this movie was so weak and contrived it seemed like the dialogue was written by the actors while the cameras were rolling.

I was really looking forward to this movie, I have been waiting for a sequel since the first came out so when I heard it is finally coming out I was so excited and after watching it I really enjoyed it.


Not one moment was she funny, entertaining, important or needed.

Just saw this and what an enjoyable movie, a very worthy sequel to the first one.

In the end, the movie was just boring.

There are laughs and sighs but most of all it has the same enjoyable formula.

Actions are very realistic and intense.

The plot was partly funny, but also boring.

After that the movie starts to get going and goes from boring to interesting to great.

Boring .

I stopped watching the movie because it was just bunch of boring jokes and wasn't like the first one!

A Very Entertaining '10 Years Jump' Movie .

The movie was really cringe worthy and unwatchable.

But the underlying smirk of amusement and self-deprecating humor makes his performance thoroughly enjoyable.

I got bored out of my skull and I walked out.

The following journey leads to an exciting altercation with some super-zombies (dubbed T-800s), a meeting with sexy, sassy Elvis fan Nevada (Rosario Dawson), and a clash of personalities with Tallahassee and Columbus doppelgangers Albuquerque (Luke Wilson) and Flagstaff (Thomas Middleditch), which for me was the weakest part of the film (it didn't make me laugh in the trailer, and it didn't make me laugh in the film).

The actress sucked and her character was unbearable.

However, right after that, you get to see boring actors and actresses, poor story and a lack of climax.

The chemistry of the cast (old and new) is highly entertaining.

Woody Harrelson's Tallahassee remains the entertainer throughout but the writing (by Dave Callaham, Rhett Rheese, and Paul Wernick) is so uninspiring and dull this time around, with many scenes not hitting the intended mark.

There isn't really that much to say about a movie like this, it's just a zombie-comedy movie, and it did that really well, but it's not as cohesive as the first one, nor as good as it was, but still really enjoyable!

A very pointless movie about people going from one location to another.

Cliche, dry desert humour packed into a Hollywood shot forgettable Netflix October release.

Such a waste of time.

After enduring over an hour of tedium, we get the inevitable zombie attack on said utopia, complete with 'lets get ready for the battle' A-Team style sequence and as they tackle the hoard for 3 or 4 minutes it's mildly entertaining, before it mercifully ends.

This is an amazing follow up that delivers on all levels, I enjoyed it twice as much as the first and probably twice that as well lol.

Definitely worth the watch!

At this point, I'm expecting whatever the third installment of this series is to include some sub-plot about pregnancy; it's that predictable.

The Running gag with the van was very entertaining.

Stupid entertaining if you don't take it seriously .

In the age of zombies and scarcity; Sister is so fat is not easy 😂, I thought the last die spicy one or two, the results of all their own aura, old story, a bug, bored to see smile is enough

Fell asleep near the end .

I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would.

Save your money.

The slightly longer runtime still manages to carry a fast pace, which is always a good attribute, and it's packed with thrilling, hilarious, bloody action sequences.

I was a little bit disappointed by this film, however it is far from being unwatchable.

Need something to dull the pain (mildly "woke") .

"Zombieland: Double Tap" is funny ans the last twenty minutes or so is very exciting.

The film was simply stunning, with LAUGHTER.

At most moments they talk so nonsense that they instead annoy than entertaining.

it was entertaining,had you on the edge of your seat and the overall ending was very satisfying and teased a possible 3rd movie which i loved.

I went to see it with my wife, and we both quite enjoyed it.

It was probably her character that really made this movie worth watching.

Overall it's worth watching

Zombieland and Shaun of the dead are two of my favorites zombie movies, so I was waiting for Zombieland Double Tap a long time, and I really enjoyed it.

Very Entertaining .

The only reason my score wasnt any hgher is because it was pretty predictable.

The story is still simple but enjoyable to follow.

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

Unfunny, cheesy, cringy, predictable, CGI galore.

Despite not trying anything significantly new, Zombieland: Double Tap does seem to improve on its predecessor, even if it's in predictable ways.

It is double down to what the first movie was but the cast ensemble did have fun with their roles and the movie did have some entertaining action zombie bashing fun.

Don't waste your time .

This movie is so bad and boring omg I don't understand why that have such a big rating )) I left the movie after first 30 minutes.

To finish off, this was actually a pretty entertaining film.

Well, almost everything, because the story is boring and predictable.

Incredibly boring movie, Woody Harrelson must be so embarrassed by this travesty.

to cliche

Enjoyable, once watchable evening flick .

Don't waste your time.

There's half an hour of dull set-up, followed by, well another 20 minutes of boring road trip, a quick introduction of some new characters that mirror Harrelson and Eisenberg (seriously as if the originals weren't one dimensionally irritating enough) before eventually culminating in discovering a hippy haven fortified utopia that looks like a cross between a school kids attempt at designing the BBC Glastonbury TV Set and Teletubbieland on acid (more acid).

But the characters in this sequel are flat cardboard characters and boring stereotypes.

7/10Zombieland: Double Tap is a very unsatisfying watch mostly because it has no story or direction.

)Finally, it is an entertaining comedy with a grade of B.

A quite entertaining sequel!

Horrible waste of time .

Terrible writing, pointless plot, character development is cringe.

What a waste of time.

I found myself super bored and I didn't laugh at all.

I mean if there is at least a bit intelligence left in you this movie is a disgrace and a boredom fest.

one of the worst movies in history of cinema .

I think that this made the humour connect more and also it made the film more enjoyable and relatable as you knew what he was thinking therefore we as audience members felt like part of the movie.

The screenwriters were Rhett Reese, who was involved with the "Deadpool" movies so I would have expected more but looking at the cv of the other writer, Dave Callahan, he seems to have been consistently involved in dispiriting, pointless, multiplex fodder so I guess a lot of the blame lies at his door.

This one isn't great, but still entertaining and worth watching.

Its a really enjoyable film.

It is fun to watch, but as a sequel, then it was fairly mundane.

This film from the beginning of the film to the end is very entertaining, there is no decrease in excitement.

Missed this one in theaters, but bought it on 4K Blu-ray since I also own the first one and I really enjoyed it.

No story value, no direction value, no photography value, poor comedy and lack of horror feeling me they make something mix and present to you anyhow in the name of zombie especially stupid viewers.

But just like the first instalment, there's a perfect mix of subverted expectations, and fulfilled expectations to make it entertaining.

The most boring movie of 2019.

Not great, just another tiresome sequel attempt.

Terrible waste of money and time .

''oh it must get better'' but it just got worse, i wont put any spoilers, as the entire film is a spoiler, There is no plot no reason for the film at all,the same two people laughed out loud at the lame teenage jokes, whilst rest of cinema was silent, and we all left quickly at end.

It was entertaining.

Save your money and don't watch it

Fun, entertaining movie.

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.

All this joy from the cast and quick-moving pace helps cover up some of Double Tap's more obvious flaws such a wafer-thin plotline that's not even worth mentioning and a finale that lacks the bite of the first film but when all is said and done, nit-picking on these moments is pointless in a film that never takes itself too seriously, gives us some awesome new zombie kills of the week and introduces us all to a new word that's sure to take off in the form of being "Murrayed".

I still recommend watching it when you feel like putting something on silly and entertaining.

The men follow once Columbus has finished some serious moping (he had proposed to Wichita theprevious evening), but only get as far as picking up the gorgeous but empty-headed Madison before returning to the White House.

Double Yawn .

Maybe one of the worst movies ever.

Being a huge zombie fan, I enjoyed both Shaun of the Dead and the original Zombieland for making fun of zombie movie tropes while still being entertaining.

Much as I really like the original four, the new characters introduced here, particularly the hilariously dim Madison and the strangely familiar Albuquerque and Flagstaff, add hugely enjoyable additional dynamics to the interpersonal relationsips.

It seemed scattered and pointless, just here for a good joke in the areas they went next.

This is the second worst movie i've seen this year.

Zombieland: Double Tap is a supremely entertaining film.

This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

For me Woody Harrelson is a mixed bag, in certain roles though he can be fantastic and this is one of them, he is so charismatic in this role and just so likeable to watch he is so entertaining to watch and is clearly having a blast in the role.

It doubles down on the seemingly-pointless invoking of Native Americans--the vandalizing of the shop in the first one and the "blood" relation of Harrelson's character this outing.

The film times it perfectly to address these through the different scenes of the film and the soundtrack is just amazing highly recommend it.

The one note, monotone performance of Jesse Eisenberg.

I love the actors and actresses, and crew, who worked on this movie, (and because of that love i will buy it when it's in dvd) I don't discredit them anything, but holy hell this movie was so boring I seriously almost cried when it ended.

Funny, thrilling, not rushed .

In fact the stereotyped airhead dressed head to toe in pink is the most entertaining out of the lot of them, what does that tell you.

The cast and crew out did themselves this movie; so very enjoyable.

All too slow and too predictable.

Boring for the first half and just enough action the second half to be watchable.

Entertaining .

This is the worst movie of the year.

Quite boring.. .

Was the only thing worth watching.

The action is as good as ever, with lots of fast paced, well-staged gunplay and fight scenes, plus enough blood and guts to remind us that this is a horror movie.

Still Zombieland: Double Tap is a an enjoyable movie, if you liked the first one you would probably enjoy yourself in this one too, even though I would watch the first one over this one.

It's make the movie boring in home theater.

I hate the overdone, formulaic comedies they pump out now.

By maintaining the essence of the first film, Ruben Fleischer is able to capture the outstanding cast's chemistry, as well as present those amazingly entertaining action sequences.

How boring can a zombie movie possibly be?

Very enjoyable!

I wouldn't mind or care for watching this movie again but if I watch Zombieland I wouldn't mind putting this on after to get a few laughs and fall asleep later.

An enjoyable, funny, gory and violent zombie movie.

The action scenes were, of course, well done and so enjoyable.

Don't waste your time watching this , total waste of time and no story at all

If you like more intense zombie movies or serials please stick to walking dread and stay at home

It is a VERY boring and stupid movie.

Only when they turn into zombies, those cinematic fight is enjoyable..The Babylon surely fast enough to heed Tallahassee warning, and obey him without any questions.

It wasnt superb, but still quite enjoyable.

It was gory and action packed and that is awesome.

It's an entertaining movie with good characters and some good comedy.

An enjoyable, funny, gory and violent zombie movie which although lacking in originality, still has lots of energy, witty style and good moments.

I mean they're great actors, in my personal opinion, but their characters became kind of boring.

Really boring bad jokes.

Nothing was original, all the new cast was aggravating as hell, and my zombie-loving friend and I actually walked out of the theater towards the end.

The humor does get a little old and boring sometimes.

Zombieland Double Tap is more of the same, maybe not the same quality as the first movie, but enjoyable nonetheless.

Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) is the father figure, with Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) as the cliché daughter who doesn't want to be treated as a child any longer.

Irrelevant and worst boring scenes.

Released by Sony, the official propaganda arm of a Japanese Government still sore at losing (and getting nuked, to boot) a World War Two which THEY themselves instigated with their infamous sneak attack upon Hawaiian Tourist Attractions (such as the Arizona Memorial), ZOMBIELAND: DOUBLE TAP implies that most Americans are mindless malingerers easily stampeded, and that Leader Trump himself gave the Hope Diamond to his Third Lady, Melony, as an engagement ring!

The characters themselves are as compelling as they've ever been, brought to life with charismatic performances that elevate the usually mediocre writing.

However, as unnecessary as it is, it's also extremely enjoyable.

The story line was pretty boring and the jokes just never really met the mark for me and where were the zombies??

Madison is annoying and Berkley is so pretentious.

However, it's quite entertaining.

There are a few particularly suspenseful moments, such as one zombie shootout scene, and a heart wrenching scene involving one of the characters.

But if Joker looks a little too deep or emotionally intense for you, this is a good alternative.

I think the magic of this Zombieland (and the last) is the witty characters and fast-moving plot.

The first was boring, the sequel was slightly better .

I enjoyed the first movie a lot and I found this sequel enjoyable and entertaining, for the most part...

Definitely funny in places, but narratively pointless .

This is far more predictable as well, with the ending climax not as great.

Was it worth watching?

Very predictable and forced.

Same type of fun and humor as the first and movie was fast paced with no slow or boring moments in its short 90 minute runtime.

And i loved that they created new zombies to keep the film fresh and entertaining.

I found myself yawning as bullets were fired endlessly and blood spurted profusely at each zombie encounter.

Instead, it is an incredibly boring unfunny unexciting zombie film that relies on throw-up scenes for all the gross-outs.

Despite all this, and despite that kind of character usually being a cliché and annoying stereotype, Zoey Deutch somehow steals the show as Madison.

I cannot express how disappointed and un-entertained I was by this total waste of an hour and thirty minutes of my life.

No story, no real fun.

But at the end of the day, Zombieland: Double Tap was a fun watch, very funny and very exciting to follow along the journey of Wichita, Columbus, Tallahasse and Little Rock after so many years.

However, even if its dialogue is smart and snappy, the characters themselves are relatively one-dimensional and flat.

I did like Madison, and thought she was an entertaining addition.

Predictable and unrealistic...

All original cast members return, plus some fun additions, for the action packed sequel.

The action is surprisingly enjoyable and it's well filmed with fantastic direction from Ruben Fleischer.

Felt like a continuation of the first and it was very entertaining.

It was so slow.

This movie kept a smile on my face, and even had me on the edge of my seat a few times.

In fact, it was a really entertaining film, particularly if you liked the first one.

Lame and boring .

New characters are introduced but they are cliche, and didn't bring much to the story other than to provide a lackluster way to add more depth to characters that you do not want to see have love interest in a world run by Zombies.

and it keeps me from becoming too pretentious.

This did lead into more of an unpredictable plot which is a welcome change.

Overall this is an enjoyable movie.

A solid film of fun and entertaining moments which doesn't try to set unrealistic goals for itself.

Lazy, lazy script full of recycled jokes and a lame, predictable story.

Horribly Boring and Ponderous .

came across as boring and the jokes were just to stupid to laugh at,if i watched this in the cinema i would of walked out 15mins in.

Also Jessie eisenberg Emma stone are cool and the chemistry between the drama works, it's just the blond becomes so annoying and ruins it and them getting together again just feels unearned and cliche.

All in all, Zombieland: Double Tap pays a decent homage to the original zombie cult classic by getting everyone (cast and crew) back together, and delivering yet another entertaining flick.

If i hadn't have fallen asleep, I would've walked out.

A quite entertaining zombie movie!

Nobody has a career-defining performance by any means, but they all play their roles well and are very entertaining to watch.

The violence and zombie action is as good as it gets but I think the true strength of the film comes from the very entertaining supporting characters.

The stories dragged on and the ending was sort of boring.

More Metallica and slow mo.

This movie was very entertaining.

While it was never going to capture the lightning in a bottle vibe of the first film, a film that came out of nowhere to become an audience pleasing hit that remains a fan favourite to this day, the purely enjoyable nature and solid comedic delights of Zombieland: Double Tap comes as a genuine surprise 10 years on from Ruben Fleischer and his cast's original outing.

Yes there were a few scenes here and there I wish was different but overall, really enjoyed it.

It's an enjoyable film to watch and you get a sense that the cast were having fun making the movie.

Just some of the most entertaining movies ever with great chemistry and writing.

So onto the film, I enjoyed the first one, this one however I can't say either way, didn't hate it but didn't enjoy it, was extremely shallow, dull script and very little action bar a couple of scenes.

Great performance and just entertaining to watch.

Really enjoyed it a d would watch it again.

Very realistic scenes, unexpected twists and full swag movie,.

Worst Movie of the Year .

Got bored .

This had no story and a complete waste of adding some more lore to the universe.

The story was boring and it was like they forgot the main focus on zombies.

Zombieland: Double Tap is a fast-paced, massively entertaining sequel which incorporates the best aspects of the first movie and still make it work, ten years later.

For eg, the scene from the trailer where the doppelgängers arrive, was just a waste of time with very few and self referential jokes.

Also, way too predictable and unfunny.

Don't waste your time

But the story was bland as well as the new characters.

Highly entertaining sequel.

Enjoyable if formulaic sequel lacks the element of surprise .

It was predictable.

A total and complete waste of time.

Despite tiny little hints of propagander here & there the film was overall an enjoyable fun, gory ride!

Jesse was a complete bore.

"Double Tap," is a slow and painful repeat of the original, doesn't advance the story in any manner and has way more dialogue than it does action.

It's hilarious with snappy one liners and crazy zombie comic book kills.

The story is just stupid and so contrived it feels like you are watching a show specially programmed for young children with learning difficulties.

Zombieland: Double Tap also manages to add new jokes which should get some laughs but at times the new gags will feel repetitive.

I fell asleep about 3/4 of the way through.

And it more or less lived upto the crazy, fun and enjoyable tidbits of the original.

But overall, this is so entertaining.

The comedy was stale and the movie despite being short felt long because some parts were unnecessarily dragged.

All in all an enjoyable sequel to the most fun Zombie movie ever.

The cast makes this movie worth the watch as it feels like they haven't changed since 2009 making it a decent sequel to be honest, Zombieland should have been left as a standalone cult classic.

Th e first movie was new and exciting and fun to watch...

Well, now that I had seen the first one, and really enjoyed it, it was time to head down to the cinema to watch the sequel.

Other than that I enjoyed it!

action packed, bloody, gory, funny and damn entertaining.

That is why I was really looking forward to this sequel, and I got bored during the first 10 minutes.

Its pretty flawed and no story, the story is boring , no character development .

but unlike Seinfeld which was funny, Zombieland 2 was BORING.

The trailer brought out all the highlights of this film, watching it was really a waste of time.

That these are fun and enjoyable while getting the characters plenty to like about each other is what makes these so much fun.

It has simplistic character arcs and a predictable escalation, leading to a relatively luke-warm vibe.

Save your money .

Zombieland: Double Tap is a boring, dull, uninteresting and extremely unfunny sequel.

The plot of the film is nothing new, bland and straightforward.

Enjoyable .

This has to rank up there as one of the worst movies I've ever seen it's that bad.

" - Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) Double Tap Travel Light Friendship, family Teamwork "Expect the Unexpected.

Eisenberg is constantly narrating the movie, which makes it ten times more boring.

The "jokes" were predictable and flat.

Found it pretty boring compared to the first.

This film is made with love and care from a director who's biggest hit was the original movie so he tried his best to make this one also entertaining.

This one also seemed a bit more action packed than the first film, and that made it even more interesting.

Two characters in particular are so one dimensionally cliche (something that the first film managed to avoid) that I have to wonder why they weren't given a bit more depth to make their inclusion feel a bit more important.

But it's often enjoyable, occasionally very funny, and has an energy and verve sorely lacking from Fleischer's last few films.

She was such an unexpected, delightful surprise.

" Don't waste your money going to a theater to see this.

You can switch out the zombies with crazy people or hippies and it will still be the same impact : boring.

Fun but pointless .

Above all it is a good movie and very entertaining.

Woody towed the film to the end, Columbus was off the pace, or maybe the act is a bit passé and predictable.

This may all seem pretentious, holding this zombie comedy to anything other than "big dumb fun", and I guess in some ways it succeeds at that.


Lots of enjoyable acting performances and I especially liked Zoey Deutch as Madison.

I guessed the Rosario Dawson (Nevada) character would play a noteworthy role, and the final battle made it so very much enjoyable.

There is no plot.

What a lifeless, charmless, reactionary, rip off and a waste of time this film is.

Once the character Madison enters the movie, it was becoming annoying then repetitive at times.

This may be one of the worst movies I've ever seen and I've seen a hell of a lot of movies!

This one was like a B movie (except visuals), dialogues were boring, plot was non-existent.

Very boring, not at all funny .

unexpected, delightful surprise.

This movie is just boring.

This movie was hilarious, entertaining enough that I held my extreme need to pee for the last half of the movie.

Fortunately, the film picks up for an exciting finale at hippie commune Babylon, where our heroes must do battle with a horde of ravenous T-800s, the crazy carnage involving a monster truck and a dangerous plan that takes place at the top of a high-rise building.

In comparison to the original which tried creating something new and fun to watch, this crap just uses the safe route as many hollywood sequels do; the amount of badly written jokes and cliche's is almost painful to watch, and the story-line is boring and predictable.

It's not great, but it is enjoyable and I did laugh quite a few times.

Lame writers, lame jokes, lame dialogues, 5 words sentences, predictable.

The movie is funny ag first but the jokes you acrry from the previeous movie seem boring.

The setup was interesting and a great development of the first, the zombies have evolved and are now faster and stronger than before, makes for an intriguing premise for a sequel.

Unwatchable cringe .

)Some of the same jokes went on way too long, others were explained unnecessarily, as if the audience was lacking basic understanding in the art of subtlety and the underlying meaning of the frequently employed double entendres.

Fortunately, some of those disjointed scenes contain some great action as Fleischer embellishes in the gory fun of killing (or re-killing) the undead.

This is most definitely Woody Harrelson's worst movie that I have ever watched.

Funny, engaging and at times gross.

Surprisingly entertaining sequal.

Don't waste your money.

It has a few slightly funny scenes but in the end it's a waste of time.

There's plenty of laughs, some unexpected shocks and, of course, the original four continue to be one of the greatest casting coups of all time.

Without her, i guess the movie would go way duller...

Did Luke Wilson just beg to be in the movie and they said "Okay, we'll make up this stupid, pointless character who only lasts about fifteen minutes.

With that detail accounted for, the first Zombieland is still funnier, more entertaining, less predictable, and more creative when compared to all of the previous zom-com attempts before it.

Movie is good , fun and exciting funny moments.

The ending was dull and was out of place.

I mean if there is at least a bit intelligence left in you this movie is a disgrace and a boredom fest.

The dialogs are beyond unbelievably stupid and boring not to mention that the storyline of the movie is super mediocore to put it mildly.

Honestly, It feels good to be back into the Zombieland world, I mean it feels good to be involved in a land full of rules set by a very loveable character in Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), a very interesting and entertaining character in Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) '#MVP_of_Zombieland' and a decent character who I used to enjoy her time on screen in Wichita (Emma Stone).

This film was a very entertaining sequel 10 years after Zombieland.

It's a solid movie, decent story line, great acting, entertaining comedy that keeps you hooked.

After seeing Graceland empty, they find the church of Elvis and find Nevada (Rosario Dawson) running the joint, alone.

The characters and the scenes are really boring and dry, not evolving or engaging and they lack life.

But instead, threw it all away for a boring, senseless plot.

They're here for a little fun, a little raunch, and lots of action and predictable cliches that make ME laugh and make film snobs cringe.

Overall was a great laugh, deffo worth watching and i hope they make a 3rd.

Enjoyable on a Monday night and felt like no time had passed since the first

Funnier, Bloodier, Gorier, And More Action Packed Than The First One .

Nothing happens.

10 years is way too long a jump to reprise these rolls with the same actors.

Emma Stone and Rosario Dawson steal the show and make this worth watching.

Nothing comedic, no plot whatsoever.

Really enjoyable and plays out how you'd hope .

Corny one liners pepper a dull script with predictable set ups.

Not only does he have the expected awesome kickass moments, but he also offers some emotionally compelling displays.

~ I am talking about scenes like "the propane explosion" in Dawn Of The Dead (2004), the "final barn battle" in Zombi 2, the "empty streets of London" scene in 28 Days later, the "circus battle" from the original Zombieland, and so on.

The original was exciting and very funny.


This movie was a big waste of time

Despite that, this film is still entertaining.

Slow, tedious, boring, predictable.

On the upside, they are well cast so everyone's performance and chemistry should be moderately entertaining.

Considering they had 10 years this was really boring, they seem to have forgotten the premise of the film, zombies.

So entertaining .

Boring, stupid, and lacking any creativity or humor.

But still enjoyed it.

Whether it was the zombies the chemistry between the cast or just the humour being really clever and liked to todays society i laughed out loud on countless occasions in the film which was just great and this was largely why i enjoyed it slightly more then the first film.

If you want a more intense and action packed zombie flick without the stupid jokes then I highly recommend watching World War Z or Train to Busan.

Idk its truly annoying and waste of time.

Sassy, unexpected, nicely-placed weird graphics about the 'list.

It's relatively enjoyable throughout and certainly isn't ever boring.

This movie was so funny I enjoyed it just as much as the first one.

The only decent thing in this film was Maddison the dumb blonde, who was entertaining and different from the original cast.

All the cast members done a good job by gripping us through an otherwise mediocrity filled plot with their comic timings and chemistries.

The characters, as a result of ^^, didn't work as well together this time, and bringing in two more characters based off two of the original characters only to kill them off comedically ten minutes later was a literal waste of time.

Really enjoyed it.

While the film does get to a slow start, and some of its jokes do not quite land the punch in the beginning, it picks up pace later on with the jokes equally being better as well.

Unnecessary, bland, pointless money grab.

It simply bored the heck out of me after half an hour.


A totally cliche valley-girl - with the same cheap dumb-blonde gags that have been around since the dawn of time.

The story was good, and it's definitely worth watching.

Fun, Gory and entertaining.

In this one, abit cliche was added to make it more main stream I guess...

I don't believe so many people are bagging this, sure it's more of the same, but it's still entertaining, so if you liked the first one (as did I) you may enjoy this episode.

Those two characters were so unbelievably unbearable I almost walked out.

The most entertaining movie I've seen in a very long time!!