‘Zombieland’ (Tallahassee): “There’s a box of Twinkies down in that Mini-Mart”

Zombieland Movie Monologues

'Zombieland' by Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick


From: Movie
Type: Dramedy

Character: Tallahassee
Gender: Male
Age Range: 30's | 40's

Summary: A shy student trying to reach his family in Ohio, a gun-toting tough guy trying to find the last Twinkie, and a pair of sisters trying to get to an amusement park join forces to travel across a zombie-filled America.

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TALLAHASSEE: There’s a box of Twinkies down in that Mini-Mart. Not just any box of Twinkies. The last box of Twinkies… that I… or anyone… will enjoy… for all of time… in the whole universe. ‘Cause there’s an expiration date on Twinkies. And the Hostess factories are gone. So some day very soon, life’s little Twinkie gauge is gonna hit Empty.

Tallahassee reaches into the back seat and grabs his duffel bag, which he holds on his lap.

Now, true… you probably won’t survive the next ten minutes. But if you do, you’ll be one of the last two guys in the universe to enjoy the spongy outside and creamy inside of a delicious Twinkie. Worth it, right?

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