The World’s End


Review: Gary King gets his friends back after 20 years for an epic pub crawl and to reach The World’s End pub. They soon start to realize that to get to The World’s End is the least of their worries.
Director: Edgar Wright
Actors: Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman, Nick Frost and Pierce Brosnan
Year: 2013
Genre: Comedy and Sci-Fi
Conclusion: 3/5
Simon Pegg doing what he is best at doing. I rather felt that Simon Pegg’s character in this was selfish and he didn’t listen to what his friends were telling him. He just used them and got his own way all the time. It did show how much Gary King didn’t want to really grow up and things from his childhood not to change. He so wanted to be that teenager again. Not as good or as funny as Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz. I didn’t think much of Pierce Brosnan’s 5 minute role. The first half of the film was better than the second. I did laugh all the way through it and thought it was very funny. As much as I loved it I don’t think there should be another film with them all in. Because of all of the strong language etc used in this no one under the age of 15 should see this film. The pubs in this film were all renamed. Most of the filming was done in Letchworth Garden City in Hertfordshire. The U.K’s first roundabout is in Letchworth and was put in in 1909.


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