Monday, September 2, 2013

Movie Review: The World's End

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I should qualify this review by saying that I had never even heard of The World's End before I went to see it. My friend wanted to go and heard it was funny, so I went along with it.

The movie starts out fine. There are these five guys who try to do a pub crawl when they were high school, but they never finished it. 20 years later, their ring leader (played by Simon Pegg) wants to relive their youth by completing the pub crawl. It's reminiscent, with flashbacks to the good ol' days, and I figure that's how the whole movie is going to go. But then it took a ridiculous turn when they all discover that the town they are in has been taken over by robots who look human, but you know they aren't because their blood is bright blue. So the rest of the movie is just a bunch of silly fight scenes of these men beating up these robots by pulling off the robots' arms and beating the rest of the bodies with the extremities. Honestly, I don't even remember how the whole thing ended: I fell asleep.

So stupid, so boring. Yawn. The only good thing about it was this cutie.

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