Yes! Awesome! From the opening pre-title use of The Specials’ “Ghost Town” I knew we were in for a good ride. My only complaint is the five minutes in the third act when there’s some actual tragedy. I applaud the film for getting me to care about the characters — but this is a FUN movie, and I don’t want anything sad to happen in it! Anyway, the performances are fantastic and the storyline is filled with very entertaining little hurdles. If you don’t like this movie, you have real issues. (Though not as many issues as the crying kids who were dragged to this movie by their parents today at the Kaufman Astoria — I keep forgetting that you can’t can’t can’t go to this theater on weekends without expecting some hardcore ghetto activity.) I don’t want to give away the ending, but the musical montage in the pub toward the end is to an all time SS Fun favorite (you may recall a singalong in New Orleans I wrote about) which both delighted and enraged me. Delighted me because it was brilliant, enraged me because now I can’t use that song for something some day. Oh, and, yes, if you like Romero films there are a lot of little in jokes, too.