Releasing Date: 23 August 2013 (USA)
Director: Edgar Wright
Writers: Simon Pegg, Edgar Wright
Stars: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman
Watch The World’s End movie to enjoy the comedy. It all starts on 22 June of 1990 in the British Haven suburb of Newton, where five teens want to celebrate their graduation due. On the Golden Mile to try all 12 pubs each with a pint of beer to master, but after the other one remains on the track, causing the last pub – the fabled World’s End – will never be reached.
Twenty years later, there is not much left of the former youth gang, for a while are already married and have to bother with rebellious children, all others are trying to complete a successful career. The only one who is still, as then, is leader Gary King (Simon Pegg). Without further ado, he seeks his four former mates Andy (Nick Frost), Steven (Paddy Considine), Oliver (Martin Freeman) and Peter (Eddie Marsan) in order to cope with the Golden Mile this time, but even though all are against it, they meet on a Friday afternoon in Newton Haven. Let the fun begin 12 pubs and wait six liters of beer, but the small town holds a lot of other secrets, which must be Handles…
Movie contains very good story and people like this movie in bulk. The part of the actors to build here on a very strong team, as the buddy movie simply harmonizes extremely well and the match balls in the dialogues literally throws back and forth. Simon Pegg is a retarded leader simply a force that carries the film in the first place, Martin Freeman (The Hobbit) was sacrificed almost too early for the story, while just Nick Frost (Paul – An alien on the run) in the last part of the film literally aground in top form begins. Is there anything negative to say, some of you now ask? Well, the beginning was a little on long, the actual final was definitely overloaded with explanatory dialogues while one would have wanted at one point or another a little more wit. Nevertheless, “The World’s End” is a good movie you can recommend well.