Trailer Review - Zombieland: Double Tap (2019)

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When it comes to zombie movies, this is the only kind I think that is still worth watching.

The genre of what originally was more horror has seen numerous amalgamations with different styles of cinema over the years. The current big thing is more drama and suspense like The Walking Dead, which will being going it to their tenth season, which is pretty good. People seem to love zombies, even in the gaming world zombie games have been a very lucrative, like the recent Days Gone, or my personal favorite game series Resident Evil.

The thing is that Zombieland take two genres that really don't go together well and makes it work, horror and comedy. You can't really be scared or suspenseful when you are laughing, it's like being hot and cold at the same time, they cancel each other out. But you can laugh and get a fright at the same time. This film and it's 2009 prequel takes everything zombie related and pokes fun at it, but does not go all out parody style, and still manages to keep you entertained for most of it, I hope. The reason is because I haven't watched it yet and am basing most of this off the trailer and the previous film. I looks like loads of fun and I'm sure you'll love it, always remember to double tap.

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"Columbus, Tallahasse, Wichita, and Little Rock move through comic mayhem that stretches from the White House and through the heartland, these four slayers must face off against the many new kinds of zombies that have evolved since the first movie, as well as some new human survivors. But most of all, they have to face the growing pains of their own snarky, makeshift family." - Sony Pictures Entertainment


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"In those moments where you're not quite sure if the undead are really dead, dead, don't get all stingy with your bullets. I mean, one more clean shot to the head, and this lady could have avoided becoming a human Happy Meal. Woulda... coulda... shoulda. " - Columbus


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Zombieland: Double Tap gets a rating of 7.5/10

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Hey Mork, Beautiful post and we are being really tight here, but we don't feel movie reviews are creative.

Please don't use the Creative Tags for these.

Really?

ATTENTION Creativecoin Komerads

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Don't be like that. If the tag doesn't mean anything, then why have it. :)

You can use the tag on some posts and not others. :) lol

In all honestly I don't understand how it is not? Movie reviews are considered a form of creative writing since the inception of film, many, many moons ago, it is no different than reviewing art or books, or music, or poetry. A review is by definition the original and creative thoughts of the author regarding subject matter, which happens to be a film. It is fundamentally and philosophically no different from photography, the photographer did not create the subject matter, it is but a perspective or a "review" of the subject mater from their point of view. Ergo, what seems to be in contest here is the subject matter.

I get where @bigtom13 is coming from, it does come off a tad bit authoritarian, especially when reviews of any kind are generally accepted as creative writing, and the tag line is "Creative Coin Accepts ALL Creative Content!".

I would implore the curators of @creativecoin to review the exclusion of film reviews, as this could turn into a rather slippery slope of what is subjectively considered to be creative. Also maybe an official guideline or explanation about using the tag, either on the CreativeCoin blog or in the discord server would be of great help.

Great points