Written August 25, 2013
Funny parts but it fell short of expectations, and that's saying something considering how few expectations I had going in. Wait for DVD/Streaming ... nothing about the big screen price is necessary for this movie
Written August 24, 2013
I wanted to see this to support Martin Freeman, and I really thought this would be a fun and humorous movie. It started out very slow and awkward, followed by a funny middle that lasted maybe 30 mins. But the end of the movie was horrible and depressing and ruined what good the movie did have. Despite what everyone's saying, DON'T SEE THIS!
Written September 04, 2013
The World’s End is extremely well-crafted science-fiction; the external conflict of homicidal robots mirrors the protagonist’s internal struggle, which makes for a thoroughly good film. The movie balances its humor with its drama, and has some of the most well-crafted and exciting fight sequences in recent memory. The characters are believable and relatable, and the story as a whole is unique, even though its basic components aren’t necessarily novel. In all, the film is a fitting end to a smart and hilarious trio of stories that explore the concept of how to grow up without getting old, and how to fit in without losing yourself in the process.
Unless you have had your heart or your sense of humor surgically removed, this movie is a must-see. Those who enjoyed Shaun of the Dead and/or Hot Fuzz, should grab everyone they know and run to The World’s End.
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Written August 31, 2013
This is a very entertaining movie. Simon Pegg is perfect as the slacker getting the gang back together for pub crawling. Of course some crazy things get in the way. Just sit back and enjoy. Not for the small kids.