End of the world is a hoot

By ywsf
Written August 25, 2013
Its funny. Its fast paced. Its silly. Its a good laugh and a friends out movie. Go and have a good laugh. It will take your mind off our crazy world for a while.
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The Best Pegg-Frost Film Since Shaun of the Dead

By vahackney
Written August 28, 2013
Funny, smart and great fight scenes and dialogue. Loved the premise and the guys at every turn. The crowd watching this film were fans and were fun as well.
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Cornetto Closure.

By wendyladydesign
Written August 25, 2013
When I first saw Shaun of the Dead, it was introduced to me by my, then boyfriend. It was meaningful and more than just about the zombie camp. It was about redemption and getting off one's **** to survive. That boyfriend and I would later split, followed by him taking his own life. After that, I would get a Shaun of the Dead tattoo for many reasons. One of which was a reminder to not let zombies take over my life and to keep fighting to stay alive. The World's End. SPOILARS: When I saw Simon Pegg's character trying to relive his glory days just to feel alive, I wanted to cry. Alabama Song comes on...and I'm flooded in memory of my ex-boyfriend. He loved The Doors. He loved that song. And when I realized that when Gary King had tried to commit suicide...I almost lost it. Gulping up my tears, I felt moved to root for him to not give up. To fight to the bitter (or lager) end. This movie helped me find closure. It also is a reminder that we are all flawed & we are human. Not robots.
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Fun, clever, brilliantly crafted

By xpian
Written August 24, 2013
The three films of the Cornetto trilogy share a level of quality rarely achieved in the hollywood system. They are smartly conceived, well-written, and expertly executed excuses for action, comedy, and riffing on geek culture. If you liked Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, you'll love this movie. The witty dialog is cracking, the timing is sharp, the fight scenes are visceral and engaging, and the characters are well-drawn. And perhaps one of the best things I can say about it, as a writer, is that the plot is unpredictable, yet still satisfying and not full of silly twists.
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Not as funny as I hoped.

By kseeger32
Written August 30, 2013
Was okay, more of a horror flick than a comedy. 90's Brit soundtrack was fab. No where near as funny as Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz.
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