Excerpt: The World's End propose us a very good story about when you back to your hometown, you don't know if you have changed or the people around you did, in this film is both. It's pretty funny, if you like sci-fi and comedy, after this film, this two genres will never make a better mix.
Summary: I was lucky enough to go to the International Premiere of this in Wellington. Despite not being a huge fan of comedy films, this was fantastic! I don't know if part of it was having the director, main cast etc in the theater but the laughter was great.
Summary: Whether male or female we all know one of these, the adult who got stuck in their teen-hood and never progressed. Simon Peg nails it as the bloke who still drives around in his first car, plays the same music he listened to at 17 and generally has no regard for the rest of us who have taken on adult...
Summary: I sat in the cinema laughing; but didn't leave the cinema laughing. I expected something more from it as its final trilogy -don't let me confuse you, it was extremely funny & I liked it- but I just felt a bit disappointed at the end. I just think the ending could have been much better.