just ok

By bugbugfartlover
Written August 23, 2013
wow what a bit of a bummer that this movie just did not get moving like the other two. This one relied to heavily on crude comments and gestures that just lost all the impact and was actually boring.
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Just Okay

By murphlinger
Written August 27, 2013
I love Shaun of the Dead... so I certainly expected a lot more out of this movie. Starts off fuuny and loses it at the end. Not horrible, I would wait for the RedBox $.99 rental
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Lets Booboo

By rogue874
Written August 25, 2013
Definitely my new favorite line! I would recommend this movie to anyone interested in wanting to go see a movie! Both my daughters and I give it a two thumbs up because It was funny and had unexpected action .
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Great fun, of a piece with the other films

By underdog8
Written August 26, 2013
Really enjoyed World's End. Makes fun of, well, world's end plots (also embraces) and also in my opinion satirizes "man-child" movies, all while going a bit deeper than prior Cornetto films. Also: Always enjoy him but this is easily Simon Pegg's best performance. Reactions spot on; also surprisingly moving, all with terrible hair. The whole cast is fun (always like Martin Freeman and the underrated Eddie Marsan and Rosamund Pike kicks some serious butt as well.) A few seriously crazy twists and turns and a controversial ending (that I liked but will certainly cause debate) are just part of the fun here.
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The Zany End

By moneywizard
Written August 26, 2013
I admit that one of the reasons why “The World’s End” caught my attention was because of a strong intuitive feeling that my husband would enjoy this movie. My spouse had previously watched Shaun of the Dead back in 2004 and greatly enjoyed it. Fortunately, my husband loved “The World’s End” even more. “The Worlds End” follows the crazy and comical events of high school buddies who reunite years later to recapture some of the fun energy from their youth. The men soon learn an important lesson that an environment and the people are definitely sometimes different from what is projected on the surface. The actors harmoniously gave natural performances as friends who have a lot of catching up to do. The following is the listing of the actors/actress :Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Simon Pegg (Star Trek Into Darkness), Nick Frost (Paul), Paddy Considine (The Bourne Ultimatum), Eddie Marsan (Jack The Giant Slayer), and Rosamund Pike (Jack Reach)
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