While my favorite of the "Cornetto trilogy" remains Hot Fuzz, I have to say this one has darker and still very touching moments, as if Wright, Frost and Pegg said farewell to a part of their lives... but don't expect them to linger on with tears in their eyes, their intent is to make you laugh and see things from their points of view... and they really get to that point quite well indeed. Wright's experience on Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim truly prepared him to undertake this challenge and made it another great comedy with plenty of laughs, sweet moments (rare, but still there), action scenes, and great twisted dialogues only they have the recipe for. Pegg dons the clothes of a man who refuses to grow up, and still lives as if this were 1994... the best part is, he's so good at it he's almost hatable in some scenes.
Bonus features for Wright's films are usually plenty and so this one is no exception. Filled with three hours + of making-ofs, interviews, deleted scene, commentaries and more, it is considerably lower than Hot Fuzz's perfect package (which featured no less than 5 hours), this shouldn't keep you from buying or renting it.