It's been a while since I last sat down and saw this movie, and I still believe that it's an amazing filmmaking acheivement. There isn't much of a driving plot for the film. The best synopsis of the main struggle is "Two men team up to find the world's last twinkie." That's pretty much all there is to it, but there's a hell of a lot of emotional backstory, comedy, violence, and zombies along the way. It always feels very personal, and it never feels unnescessary. It's a great movie that had small aspirations. What the actors and director brought to Zombieland made it such an timeless film. Rumors were that a 3D sequel was in the works, but it looks like it'll take a while before we see that. I can definitely see this being an ongoing series that doesn't get stale.
Fringe: Season 2