a WAY MORE HILARIOUS british version of The Hangover.
I was disappointed with the end! It was amusing until it ended abruptly and in weird way.
The World's End by Edgar Wright. This is technically the third film in a trilogy, but since each of the films have completely different stories and characters, they are stand-alone movies. Now, I've seen everything he's made since his TV series Spaced, and I've got to say everything I've seen has been absolute gold.
Anyway, The World's End is probably the worst out of the trilogy, however, it's still great! I do like how, for this film, they decided to change up the dynamic between the characters of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
The humor, both spoken and visual, is on point, as usual, but I guess my only complaint for this film when comparing it to the two others in the trilogy is that the main antagonist in this film didn't feel all that threatening. Every other element from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz is still there, but having a threatening antagonist that makes you feel a sense of urgency and consequence is something that Shawn of the Dead and Hot Fuzz both did better than this film.
Like I said, though, still great, still entertaining, and still hilarious.
So awesome. Loved it- brilliant movie.