The World's End
Comedy • R • 2013 • 1 hr 49 min
Your typical Edgar Wright comedy. That's not even a bad thing
Classic Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Fans will love this
Fantastic comedy as always even if it is the weakest of the trilogy. I also love how the film tackles depression and the action sequences.
Fantastic character development and Simon Peggy’s best role
Hilarious movie that everyone needs to see at least once
Not the best in the trilogy but still has the talent and the laughs. Definitely could’ve ended on a worse note like other trilogies.
A definitely underrated comedy film. It combines the sharp humour of Hot Fuzz with the endearing heart of Shaun of the Dead.
A great comedy about five drunks and evil robots
My personal favourite of the cornetto trilogy.
Not quite as good as Shaun of the dead or Hot Fuzz - but still a very well made movie in the similar style.
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