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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00BPEJX12
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #67,292 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: Blu-ray
In 1990, in the town of Newton Haven, Gary King (Simon Pegg) leads a group of young men on an adventure down the Golden Mile as they attempt to visit all 12 pubs in one night, winding up at "The World's End." They never completed the trek. The group grew up and scattered. Gary has decided he needs to go back and do the 12 pub drinking trek at age 40 as a rite of passage, his life's accomplishment. He gets the reluctant gang back and off they go.

The film starts out like a fairy decent comedy and then suddenly Newton turns into Stepford. In spite of their lives and the planet being in danger, Gary still wants to complete the quest as the best way NOT to draw attention to themselves. The film was funny and when the Doors started to play, I had to laugh and sing with the film.

The theme of the film is about conformity as a swap of freedoms for comfort. It portrays conformists as robots of the system, all working for the common good.

Good quirky comedy that will be added to my collection. Highly recommended for those who like a smart British comedy.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No nudity. Implied sex.
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And that other comedy would be Seth Rogan and gang in, "This is the End". That said, this entry is set in home town England as a group of mates return for an epic pub crawl led by aging reprobate, Gary King, played by the always reliable Simon Pegg. The gangs falls in to line but soon deep rifts from the past start to rear their ugly head. Alas, that is not the only extant problem; it turns out that many of the locals have had their bodies taken over by invading aliens. What follows is mayhem, fun and lots of pints. This is the final entry in The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, driven by Pegg and the multi talented, Edgar Wright. Well worth watching by the home bar with large glasses of Ale.
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If you have seen Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz you know you are in for a strange ride. The movie starts off with a drunken pub crawl and then goes off on an unexpected tangent. If you enjoy this type of humour, you will have a great time.
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This conclusion to the Cornetto Trilogy turned out to be a lot more thought provoking than I expected.
What happens when a group of friends grows and goes their separate ways? There is always one, whose glory days are in the past, that clings to them so tightly that a different future doesn't really emerge for them.
Take that idea and cast it with brilliant actors/director and The World's End is the product.
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By Simon Bergeron TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 8 2014
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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.
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not what I expected , rather dragged out , a few laughs but not many , and it was somewhat boring
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The movie seems to progress in a series of set pieces. The pieces are well joined together but it does feel like there are "chapters". There are hysterically funny moments throughout that do not completely hide the individual stories. Of course Nick and Simon are the centrepiece but I found the performance by Martin Freeman especially fascinating. For anybody that enjoyed Hot Fuzz or Shaun of the Dead, this is a must see.
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Not their best work - some giggles, some laughter, most falls flat
Missing the biting humour of Shawn of the Dead (see what I did there?) or the over-the-top spoof action of Hot Fuzz.

/// SPOILER /// fun fact: notice that each movie in the Cornetto trilogy is explained in details by one of the characters early in each movie...
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