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August 23, 2013
R , 1 hr 49 min
2,844 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Five childhood friends reunite for an epic pub-crawl that turns into a battle for mankind.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
The World’s End isn’t perfect – – but its best moments leave the bulk of recent American “event movies” gasping in the dust.
New York Magazine (Vulture)
By David Edelstein
This is by light-years the most entertaining movie of the year. How many apocalyptic sci-fi action extravaganzas leave you feeling as if...
Time Out New York
By Joshua Rothkopf
The beauty of this movie, both a nostalgic romp and a futuristic scream, is its stubborn insistence on getting all the trapped-in-amber...
An ordinary drama embellished and in some sense infringed on by genre elements rather than the other way around.
By Peter Travers
It'll knock you on you ass from laughing when you're not rubbing your eyes in disbelief.
By Michael Phillips
The movie is madly, wonderfully at odds with itself.
By William Goss
A knowing take on movies and maturity alike, The World’s End is just as thoroughly thoughtful as those which came before it, and maybe more...
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By Joe Morgenstern
The World's End stands on its own as hilarious high-end nonsense.
By Leslie Felperin
A fraction less gut-bustingly goofy than its predecessors.
By Claudia Puig
The premise of visiting so many pubs as a narrative device, however, bogs down the initially energetic pacing and goofiness. Piling on the...
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The first 30mins...
... will make you want to flip the channel n curse the team who sought to produce this crap. I couldn't figure out why this movie got great ratings. However, as the film progresses, it gets a lot...
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Rated R | For Sexual References and Pervasive Language
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 15+
Fantastically funny, weird film has violence, alcohol, more.
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