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What a great experience

By tyrell2k10
Written August 23, 2013
I had so much fun watching those three films. The World's End was simply amazing. The comedy was top notch and the action scenes took me by surprise. I hope they do more trilogy like this.
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Best Film this year!

By divingaddict
Written August 23, 2013
I hadn't seen Shaun of the Dead, or Hot Fuzz and booked the Cornetto trilogy online when Simon Pegg Plugged the special showing. I absolutely loved the first two and the Word's End was hands down 5 stars. Its a smart, funny, well shot film...talent across the board and a nice reunion for actors/actresses in the previous film. This film will keep you on the edge of your seat and the ending will at the very least make chuckle and on the high make you scream out loud with laughter (I did). No spoilers...:D See it you enjoy any science fiction films...hands down the best film I've seen this year.
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best blanking movie of the summer...

By baldsheep8
Written August 23, 2013
The writing talents of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are undeniable and The World's End is no exception. Brilliant, funny, and some of the coolest action sequences from any movie this summer. Even though the three films don't connect in story or characters there is an unmistakable connection in tone and style that comes from the writing of Wright and Pegg and the direction of Wright himself. Wright has always had a fantastic way of weaving dual meanings throughout the film, whether it be what the film is truly about to lines of dialog and The World's End is another film that demonstrates that genius. Definitely a must go at least once if not a second time!
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Such a fun trilogy

By christyaspinwall
Written August 23, 2013
These movies are great. They are super entertaining. The newest movie, World's End, gave me a strange feeling. I can't quite put my finger on what was the "problem." Perhaps the character of Gary bothered me. Perhaps it was the "preachy" vibe about technology. To be fair, I went into the theater not really knowing what to expect on the new film. I was definitely excited about it. All in all, it was a super fun evening seeing all three back to back. Hot Fuzz is still my favorite of the three. The theater, for some reason, did not have the screen "on" during the little shorts before the movies. We could hear the actors (?) talking about the film that was about to play but could not see it. That was annoying for everyone in the theater.
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A must see for any self-respecting movie goer!

By brianjae
Written August 27, 2013
How often do you get a chance to go back to the theater to watch two classic movies followed by the premiere of the final installment? Not often enough! I missed Shaun of the Dead in theaters the first time around, so getting a chance to watch on the big screen was worth the price of admission. Hot Fuzz was, of course, an amazingly hilarious thrill ride. The World's End was a great conclusion to the trilogy and made for an excellent end to the evening. Hot Fuzz was my favorite of the three films, followed by Shaun of the Dead and ending with The World's End. Still, seeing this trilogy in one sitting together with MY crew was simply an enjoyable and memorable movie-going experience.
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