Continuity mistake: When Tallahassee first appears, driving the Escalade, he smashes into a car, which badly dents his "snow plow" (very easy to see). In the next and subsequent shots, it is as nice and straight as before.
Ending / spoiler
Directed by: Ruben Fleischer
Starring: Woody Harrelson, Bill Murray, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin
Wichita and Little Rock climbed into a thrill ride at an abandoned theme park to escape the zombies. The ride lifts them up to the top of a tower and they manage to jam it so it stays up. Zombies are clawing and climbing to reach them, grabbing their legs and feet. The girls are screaming. It looks like curtains. Tallahassee comes to the rescue with guns blazing and manages to blast away the ooey-gooey creatures with a smug smile on his face. He hates zombies, after all. They enjoy the last Twinkies on earth as they ride away in a 4-wheeler they stole earlier in the film.
Columbus: The first rule of Zombieland: Cardio. When the zombie outbreak first hit, the first to go, for obvious reasons... Were the fatties.
Trivia: During the flashback scene with Tallahassee and the dog, that dog is Abigail Breslin's dog in real life.
Question: If the character's nicknames (Columbus, Tallahassee, etc) come from their destinations, how come Witchita & Little Rock have different names, when they're sisters and are coming from - and heading to - the same place?
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Answer: The names come from their hometowns, not their destinations. Witchita is much older than Little Rock; she could have spent the majority of her childhood in Witchita before her family moved to Little Rock where her sister was born. She still considers Witchita to be her "hometown".