By no means Romero´s masterpiece, but this film has had pretty unfair reviews. It has the same flaws that Day of the Dead has - no likable characters to root for, but writing likable characters and finding right people to play them is the hardest thing to do when making a movie. And the biggest mistake in this one was trying to create another zombie, called Big Daddy, that has some intelligence lurking inside its head - Bub from Day was great, but Big Daddy becomes annoying at very first sight, mourning and growling sadly everytime a fellow zombie gets it, this was something I couldn´t get over. It wasn´t enough that BD walked infront of the zombie horde and was the only one carrying a big machine gun and seemed to be the only zombie ignored by the soldiers blasting all the others zombies walking behind and next to BD. I´m not really fond of zombies using weapons nor tools either, but my thoughts are that these Romero films are some-what about the evolution of the dead (it may not be the case, just my thoughts), they may replace the living, but at least they´re not attacking eachother and if they could communicate with eachother they´d make a hell-of-a lot better society than we have made. It was a bad choise to cast too well-known actors in this one, but Land of the Dead is not a bad zombie movie, and most surely not the worst (people saying that - probably not seen too many of them), and surpasses Diary of the Dead in every way possible.