Shaun of the Dead
Surprisingly a well made comedy about Zombies.
Shaun of the Dead was a breath of fresh air. The air might have had a scent of rotting flesh but it was fresh. I have found that independent films since the introduction of Clerks have been superior to the main stream. The reason for this is that they do not get caught up in big name media centered "stars". Shaun is an enjoyable two hours with enough story alone to make it viewable. Ex. The first half-hour or so, you have a wonderful story about a man who has lost his grip on the corporate ladder, had his love line cut, and has a step-dad, all while the city is dying around him. That is what the tag line says, and that is what you get. (" A romantic comedy, with zombies")This story continues even after the realization of the zombies. Ex. Now that Shaun is starting to kill the "un-dead", or rekill the...dead again, anyway after he learns his new "skill" you can see his confidence rising, by learning "kung-fu". Oh yeah at one point he is spinning his legs to stand up, and using trampolines to jump over fences. So overall along with the supporting cast, and the lovable zombies, Shaun of the Dead is a great film. "Aim for the Head"