The World’s End (2013)

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So the very least I could do is finish off the Cornetto trilogy, now is time for the mint edition.

The third and final film The World’s End had the biggest exposure, massive advertisements everywhere and just a crazy amount of hype for a British film. Simon Pegg was our main character, Gary King, but not far behind were Nick Frost, Eddie Marsan, Martin Freeman and Paddy Considine. They were more than over qualified for their roles but it just didnt seem to matter because they did such good jobs and clearly didnt feel anything was beneath them.

Basically Gary is struggling in life and decides that to get back on track is to reconvene with his old school friends and finish something they started many years ago, The Golden Mile. A pub crawl around the boring village they grew up in, first time round they couldn’t quite finish it…

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