If audiences are smiling and laughing, then there's a good chance you made an effective funny movie. Thousands of comedies fall under the \"effective funny movie\" umbrella, of course, but what about the movies that exist beyond that, in another sphere? And of course, it's a film that makes plenty of room for the legendary honorary Marx, the great Margaret Dumont. Yet somehow, also like Wayne's World, there's a magic to Amy Heckerling's modern reimagining of Emma that keeps it fresh 25 years later. Shaun of the Dead is a relentlessly funny movie, as full of big set piece gags as it is memorable one-liners like \"You've got red on you.\"