I really like the way that Zombieland uses slow motion in the introduction/opening credits of the movie. The two minute intro shows people running away and getting attacked by zombies. I think that since the scene is in slow motion it definitely helps set the tone for the rest of the movie. It gives it a more humorous tone and does a great job setting up the movie. I really like the first clip from the intro, it does a very good job capturing the attention of the viewer. It shows a car accident with a lady flying in slow motion towards the ground. When she almost hits the ground it goes back to full speed, which creates a really gruesome shot. A large majority of these shots are also primary movement, which helps create a more gruesome shot. Since the character is the object moving, it really gives the slow motion shots a good feel. There is some secondary motion going on in some of the scenes. All of the secondary motion in the intro is just a simple pan done by the camera. I think that the primary motion is very important and makes the slow motion introduction really successful. Overall, the slow motion helps set up the movie and set the tone really appropriately. If you haven't, go check out Zombieland because it is a pretty funny movie.