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A sequel that has taken a decade to come to light and that keeps the four leading actors in its cast? Yes, Zombieland 2: Double Tap (2019) has not broken any records, neither bad nor good. Ten years after saying goodbye to Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) in that post-apocalyptic zombie universe in a humorous way, now director Ruben Fleischer has brought us a very dignified sequel, at the height of its predecessor and that will fully satisfy the zombie comedy needs that many fans have.
Ruben Fleischer came from making Venom (2018) for the Spiderverse when he met again with the sequel to a world he knows quite well, since it was he who had the first installment, Welcome to Zombieland (2009). This time, Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, scriptwriters of the Deadpool franchise, have not been responsible for preparing the script, but have repeated Reese with Dave Callaham and Fleischer himself. However, the difference is barely visible since Zombieland 2: Double Tap keeps intact the essence of the franchise and does not lose sight at any time to what saga belongs and what the public wants to see with this film.
One of the big questions that were in the air among fans was whether the essence of the franchise, after 10 years of difference, was to remain intact. As many of you know, humor and the way of approaching the public changes every few years and Zombieland 2: Double Tap faced the passing of time. However, nothing seems to have changed. The sequel to the zombie franchise has maintained that essence that made it succeed a decade ago and has known how to surround the ticking of the clock to do exactly the same thing it did in the past: an ironic hooligan, full of black humor and stupid scenes that will delight all fans of the first installment.
Rubén Fleischer has not wanted to change anything that made the franchise big and the Rhett Reese script exercise alongside the director himself and Dave Callaham has served to turn around the fascinating characters that continue to grow big in this sequel. Zombieland 2: Double Tap is aware that it is a sequel, but does not want to take itself as such. It's a huge success when we realize that a decade will have passed between film and film, and that they and we are 10 years older, but we continue to enjoy exactly what we did enjoy some time ago. Resounding success in that regard.
If there is something truly surprising, it is that none of the characters that were in the first movie disappears in this sequel. You really don't know how lucky we are to have the four protagonists back in the second part. It is one of the greatest strengths of Zombieland 2: Double Tap and it is very easily explained: the four are incredible. However, we also believe that they have not wanted to risk any of them. The only one who truly takes a step forward as a character is Little Rock, with an Abigail Breslin who seems to be the only one who has physically changed in these 10 years, since the others have hardly any apparent changes.
The relationship between Little Rock and Tallahassee maintains that paternofilial orientation and moves clockwise, with patience and consistency, always seeking the furious gag of a tremendous Woody Harrelson, repeating a role that embroidered a thousand wonders and that embroider here again with supreme ease. The paternofilial relationship advances as Little Rock expands her universe, while Columbus and Wichita have to face the routine, boredom of a world so small that it does not seem to let you move forward... Until it advances. All this, of course, bathed in humor, with pranks and zombie killings.
In summary, Zombieland 2: Double Tap is super recommended for all those who enjoyed the first movie and fell in love with the main characters.