The World's End
The World's End
R | 18 July 2013 (USA)
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Five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from 20 years earlier unwittingly become humankind's only hope for survival.


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Save your money for something good and enjoyable

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One hour and a half of nothing

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A movie that not only functions as a solid scarefest but a razor-sharp satire.

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Paul Evans

I must start by admitting to have reviewed this previously and removed it, last time round I must have been in a bad mood, I criticised it for going off the boil, however in recent times I've gotten so into it, it's meant to be bonkers, outrageous and utterly over the top and it sure is. I think there's something incredibly British about the humour, the world could come to an end, but there's still time for nostalgia, and more importantly there's still time for a pint. It's still perhaps my least favourite of The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, but the other two are that good, and hard acts to follow. It is clever, it's witty, and which of us doesn't know a Gary? If only it didn't have to be a trilogy, would have loved more from this successful group, it's an underrated gem.

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Seen many of the Pegg and Frost movies and most of them have been funny, but this just didn't deliver. The movie has a good idea for a story, but somehow I just didn't see how this would have fit in to that.The "blanks" was a good surprise for the movie and how the movie reveled it was surely nice! I liked it, because I did't read anything about this film (obviously to avoid spoilers) before I watched this. So from that side, the movie had a nice surprise to it.

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Gavin Purtell

I find it very odd that identical film concepts always seem to appear within a few months of each other, even if they were conceived totally in isolation - 'Olympus Has Fallen'/'White House Down', 'Deep Impact'/'Armageddon', 'This Is The End'/'The World's End'. In this case, although I liked 'This Is The End', I enjoyed 'The World's End' much more. It is faster paced, has more laugh-out-loud moments, a better soundtrack and a more satisfying conclusion.Yes, it's the end of the "Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy", but hopefully only the middle of Wright/Frost/Pegg's working career together, since 'Spaced', 'Shaun of the Dead' & 'Hot Fuzz' have all been great. This film takes plenty of time to establish the characters and give them each a backstory. Once they eventually discover the "blanks", they're a quarter of the way through the pub crawl - "The Golden Mile". Best quote - Pegg to Frost: "A man of your legendary prowess drinking rain! It's like a lion eating humus!"From there on, it's a battle - literally, with the Pierce Brosnan-led "blanks" - and verbally between the "five musketeers", as Pegg tries to get them to all twelve pubs, despite their dire circumstances. There are plenty of throwbacks to 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers', and the action really ramps up in the last 30min. The best bit is probably Bill Nighy at the end, with Pegg & Frost arguing with him and using the refrain of "Because I'm free, to do what I want, to be what I want, any old time. And I'm free, to be who I choose, to get my booze, any old time" which has been recurring since the start of the film (from the Soup Dragons' 1990 cover, not the Rolling Stones' 1965 original).

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The World's EndEdgar nails it again with Simon Pegg and even though the concept may resemble to it's earlier installments its still a promising one.

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