The World's End
The World's End

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Five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from twenty years earlier unwittingly become humanity's only hope for survival.... (Full plot summary below)

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Five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from twenty years earlier unwittingly become humanity's only hope for survival.

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Globe and Mail - 10/10 by Adam NaymanIf Wright doesn't quite sustain this astonishing mixture of sadness and silliness all the way through, he gets major points just for attempting it in the first place.
Killer Movie Reviews - 10/10 by Andrea Chasea story that is at once a sly commentary on relationships, a bittersweet contemplation on the fleeting nature of youth, and a devastating satire on cultural imperialism
Jam! Movies - 10/10 by Liz BraunIt's too long, and the ending is curious, but the overall combo of serious themes and ridiculous situations is a joy to witness.
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 10/10 by Colin CovertIt's outrageous satire, bruisingly funny slapstick and - while never too snooty to stoop for lowdown laughs - deliciously smart besides.
Time Out - 10/10 by Joshua RothkopfWright still cuts his footage with a youthful vigor, capturing every tapped pint of lager with a snappy hiss, but his players (especially Frost and Pegg) are ready to go darker.
Slant Magazine - 10/10 by Calum MarshAn ordinary drama embellished and in some sense infringed on by genre elements rather than the other way around.
Slate - 10/10 by Dana StevensThe World’s End not only makes a more than worthy conclusion to the Cornetto trilogy — it stands on its own as one of the sharpest, saddest and wisest comedies of the year.
New Yorker - 9/10 by Anthony LaneThe gonzo side of the plot is not quite as engaging as the human drama, and the scenes in which the characters meet up and try to mesh again are some of the best in the film.
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC) - 9/10 by Ken HankeDoesn't quite live up to its immediate predecessor, Hot Fuzz, but handily bests the first film, Shaun of the Dead.
Salt Lake Tribune - 9/10 by Sean P. MeansPegg is at his manic best here, presenting Gary's arrested adolescence as a badge of honor, while also hiding a sad secret that explains his fierce determination to finish the pub crawl even as the robots turn lethal.

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