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.
A really good film with a solid storyline, but lots of swearing and drinking.
defkon, Common Sense Media
24 May 2014
Summary: I really enjoyed this film's plot a lot, its unique and i had no idea where it would go. A brilliant science fiction movie. I have to point out that this film has a LOT of swearing, and parents should consider this before letting their kids watch it.
A masterpiece of comedy but filled with adult themes
SarahCookeFilms, Common Sense Media
16 April 2014
Summary: It's hilarious but with adult humour, younger viewers probably wouldn't understand a lot of the jokes. The morals in it are also not good, it does not set a good example for young viewers and there is a lot of swearing, drinking and "comedic" violence. But was it a good film? Yes!!!!!!!
Summary: To get started let me start by saying there is no sexual content or nudity at all in this film, but there are some sexual references and sexual language. There is lots of drinking and some brief drug use in this movie.
Excerpt: What started with Shaun of the Dead and continued with Hot Fuzz comes to a pretty much perfect conclusion in The World's End. The so-called "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" (or Cornetto Trilogy if you will) is simply one of the greatest achievements in British comedy and Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and...
Excerpt: "And we're back, just like the five musketeers!" " Three musketeers, isn't it?" Yes, it is the three musketeers - Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and director Edgar Wright. The hilarious British trio is back, delivering their epic finale to the fabulous "Blood and Ice Cream" (or "Cornetto," or "Rotten...
Excerpt: Those familiar with 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz' will find 'The World's End' to be more of the same. That is the best possible compliment I can give to this film. The trio of Pegg, Frost, and Wright have once again delivered a hilarious and highly enjoyable comedy.