This one's good, too? You people don't tell me anything.
Free from the limited, derivative premise of the first film, this one manages to offer more thrilling action scenes, some frightening zombie sequences reminiscent of Zack Snyder's DOTD and The Last Of Us, and a core concept about the debate between the needs of the many and the needs of the few.
Would you be willing to sacrifice a generation of children if it meant a chance to cure the world? Or would you risk what's left of the world to save your friends?
It's still, um... let's say "reminiscent" of other films you've seen, but still a good movie. One that doesn't pander to its young audience.
Plus who doesn't like watching hot people topple a dangerous, manipulative organization run by white people who tear children away from their parents and hold them in harsh conditions and- wait a minute...