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Amazing movies

By Lord_Rae
Written August 23, 2013
The World's End is the perfect capstone for this trilogy and possibly the funniest of the 3. I really enjoyed seeing all three back to back and wish this wasn't just a one day thing as I think more people should have a chance to see all three like that.
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Had a great time!

By ceah705
Written August 23, 2013
I love the Edgar Wright movies, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are fantastic! They are fun movies that make you laugh, and there's nothing wrong with that. If you are looking for a philosophical movie that will make you think skip it, if you are looking for a bunch of funny movies that are silly and poke fun at people then these movies are for you. There is no need to be serious all the time. Keep up the good work guys!
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By amimeyers
Written August 23, 2013
Went with several friends who hadn't seen the first two movies before and another who didn't realize this was a trilogy. The World's End was a smashing ending to this trilogy and the first two are classics! Hot Fuzz is still one of my all time favorite movies and this was such a killer experience being in the theatre for the marathon.
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By ravnosgirl
Written September 02, 2014
This was a fun date for myself and my husband. He really liked these movies and I enjoyed but not my favorite type, however "The Worlds End" was great and was better than the other two for me.
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Best "Trilogy" of this Generation

By Dozer11
Written January 30, 2015
Great movies back to back to back. Quick snippet from Edgar, Nick, and Simon before each film added just a little more fun! It's been forever since I've seen Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz in the theaters, and it was great to see them as they were meant to be seen. The event went off without a hitch! I would love to see all of Edgar Wright's films in one sitting, but with Scott Pilgrim added as well! The audience for this trilogy was totally into the movies. Not a single angry nerd, just fans that love these films!
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