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Zombieland – Zombieland Story Mode, Dynamics, Character, and More


Zombieland: A similar space in the world of sequels

  • About a decade after the irreverent 2009 horror-comedy Zombieland, it is not an entry in an active franchise.
  • It’s more like a cheap ’80s-style retread, disguised as a more respectable legacy sequel.
  • Given the endless references to pop culture and the original Zombieland, it wouldn’t be out of place for Zombieland: Double Tap to design this sequel as a parallel zombie.
  • The script (by Dave Callaham, Rhett Reese, and Paul Wernick) points out the film’s potential dampness.
  • Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) narrates a direct thanks to the audience in advance, acknowledging that viewers have “a lot of options in zombie entertainment.”
  • Wichita (Emma Stone) chides Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) for remembering his old catchphrase (“Nut or shut up,” for those with blurry memories of the original film).

Dynamics of Zombieland

  • But for its running time, the film is uncomfortably satisfied with recreating the dynamics of the first funny movie, which sometimes affects.
  • Zombieland: double-tap degrades the sometimes funny formula and doesn’t particularly affect.
  • Ten years after the original, it feels like a reluctant need to explain the aging of Wichita’s sister Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) from infancy to adulthood
  • Beyond that inconvenience and a half-assed idea of “evolving” zombies, the movie appears to take place about six months after Zombieland.

Story Mode

  • Columbus, Wichita, Little Rock, and Tallahassee have all maintained their makeshift post-apocalyptic family unit.
  • Columbus and Wichita are establishing themselves in the routine of a couple and Tallahassee acting as a dominant domineering figure for Little Rock.
  • At the beginning of the film, the quartet hides in the White House, rummaging through presidential memories.
  • And also, double Tap emerges an exciting idea in its quasi-family tension.
  • Because these characters must stay together in a world overrun by zombies, their social structures have to reorganize.


  • Little Rock does not have access to friends his age.
  • And for this matter, neither does Tallahassee, who treats his surrogate daughter like a little girl and a loyal fellow zombie killer.
  • Meanwhile, Wichita finds it challenging to achieve domestic happiness with Colón when they have to hold on to domestic life to survive.
  • They can be developing these ideas in comic situations or thinking of them in creatively dramatic ways.
  • The writers use them to hit the very beats of the story quickly.

Zombieland covered

  • Little Rock and Wichita part ways with the group, just as they did in Zombieland.
  • Little Rock then separates from Wichita, and they all set out on a road trip to find it.
  • You may be heading to a zombie-free commune, similar to the zombie-free amusement park from the end of the first movie.
  • Except that the writers take a series of bitter and baffling blows.
  • At the thought of the young people coming together in peace.
  • Finally, a Hollywood movie with the guts to face the scourge of pacifism!


  • Also, none of this prevents Double Tap from scoring some laughs, although you have to work harder for less.
  • What felt like a new combination of characters ten years ago – Eisenberg’s fussy nervousness?
  • Harrelson’s bravado that masks sensitivity, Stone’s pointless sarcasm – now comes across as a repetitive squeal.
  • The best the movie can do is adding a new gimmick to the mix, courtesy of Madison (Zoey Deutch).
  • Also, a young woman Columbus and Tallahassee meet at a mall.

Character Appearance

  • All About Madison is a broad caricature of a silly blonde: she dresses mostly in pink.
  • They say her mispronounced words along with a semi-blocked vocal fry form, and is easily delighted.
  • But the cliches rise as Deutch goes goofy with enthusiasm reminiscent of the fearless elegance of Anna Faris.
  • Deutch’s performance turns Madison into a natural, possibly accidental optimist who is more endearing than the leads.

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