One long decade after the post-apocalyptic events in Zombieland (2009), the resilient quartet of survivors--the tough-as-nails zombie exterminator, Tallahassee; his rule-making comrade, Columbus; the free-spirited huntress, Wichita, and her younger sister, Little Rock--find themselves in the bosom of a now-derelict White House. However, in a rabid world still overrun by multitudes of walking dead and mutated strains of evolved animated corpses, a premeditated separation will send the team back to square one, searching, once more, for the promised land. Now, all hope rests on Babylon: an entirely organic commune of blissful vegetarian pacifists who love to party. Is this the end of the road?Written by
Biodiesel has a flash point as high as 130 degrees C, meaning it would have to be heated significantly before it would ignite from the touch of a flame in the climactic scene. See more »
Welcome to Zombieland. Back for seconds? After all this time? Well, what can I say, but thank you. You have a lot of choices when it comes to zombie entertainment, and we appreciate you picking us.
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Just after the end credits begin, a sequence is shown in which the zombie outbreak starts as Bill Murray is doing interviews for "Garfield 3: Flabby Tabby". Using items from around the room, he fights them off. See more »
Golden rule: no sequel is as good as its predecessor (except Terminator 2, better than its predecessor) but they do earn good amount of dough.
I saw this recently after revisiting part 1 and was totally disappointed.
While the first one is filled with humor n gore, this one is devoid of gore n the humor is very lil n one of the most important thing, the amusement park, is missing n extra characters r introduced jus for the sake of the runtime.
Nothing memorable apart from the start credit scene where an intelligent zombie uses the eyeball of a dead person to unlock a sealed door.
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