Zombieland: Double Tap reunites the cast but the fact that the film uses the same formula as its predecessor can only work for so long. The core four brings about a certain nostalgia. While they are safe from zombies and living in the White House, the fun can only last for so long. It isn’t long before Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) escapes this safe zone with Wichita (Emma Stone) and runs off for Graceland. Everything…"Zombieland: Double Tap Offers Nostalgia"
Set It Up may just be the film needed to get the romantic comedy genre going again with delightful performances from Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell that make the film so fun to watch. Aspiring sportswriter Harper (Zoey Deutch) and Charlie (Glen Powell) aren’t the typical assistants working in a New York City skyscraper. They don’t make enough money for the hours they work. It gets worse for the two because their bosses, investment banking executive…"Set It Up: You’re Set Up For A Good Time"
The Year of Spectacular Men is a charming romantic comedy bringing the women in the Deutch family together in one film. Lea Thompson directs from a screenplay that is written by her older daughter, Madelyn Deutch. Madelyn stars along side her younger sister, Zoey, and their mom. Because of having a lifetime of chemistry, none of it feels forced. It feels so natural watching the three of them behave together as they do. Madelyn doesn’t…"The Year of Spectacular Men: A Deutch Family Affair"
A dark comedy about meaning and connection, Flower gives actress Zoey Deutch a big opportunity with a star-making role. Erica Vandross (Zoey Deutch), a defiant 17-year old, lives with her mother, Laurie, (Kathryn Hahn) and Laurie’s boyfriend Bob (Tim Heidecker). With her father in prison, Erica goes around town with her friends, Kala (Dylan Gelula) and Claudine (Maya Eshet), to blackmail police officers. Bob’s son, Luke, moves in with them after he gets out of rehab. …"Flower: Zoey Deutch is A Star In The Making"