With this social distancing, we are in desperate need of new movies to watch, but for now, all we have to do is patiently wait for this horrible situation to dissolve, and rewatch movies we might have missed.  So let’s see, what #movieoftheday we can recommend. Today we are going to talk about Zombieland: Double Tap.

It’s been a long, long, long time since 2009. That was the year of Barack Obama’s inauguration. The year when swine flu became a global pandemic and Michael Jackson died. The Marvel Cinematic Universe was still in its infancy. 2009 was when Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift at the VMAs. When bitcoin was born.

It was also the year when Zombieland premiered. It featured an uncommonly good cast: Woody Harrelson, Abigail Breslin, Jesse Eisenberg, and Emma Stone. In 2019 long-awaited Zombieland: Double Tap finally premiered.  The sequel starts with Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) bringing viewers up to speed on what has been going on in Zombieland since he and his friends were last seen.

In the years that have elapsed, they’ve made their way to the White House, cleared out the zombies, put up barricades, and have been living in peace and tranquility among the relics of what once was the presidential home. Little Rock, now nearly out of her teens, has a truly daughterly relationship with gruff Tallahassee, and Columbus and Wichita co-exist in domestic bliss, sleeping in the Lincoln Bedroom.

But after Columbus proposes, Wichita gets spooked and takes off with Little Rock in search of a new place to live. That sets off a series of adventures that almost gets the whole group killed and brings them into contact with other surviving humans, likely for the first time in ages. Everyone’s just looking for a forever home.

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