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Guardian
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June 14, 2016

The World's End marks the third part of Pegg and Wright's self-described "Cornetto trilogy." It's an appropriate moniker. With this final film they've slowed down a bit, grown up a lot. And saved the richest bite until last.
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Flavorwire
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June 19, 2016

It is a more mature piece of work, which seems a peculiar way to label a zippy comedy about drinking beer and outrunning the apocalypse.
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New Yorker
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December 30, 2013

The gonzo side of the plot is not quite as engaging as the human drama, and the scenes in which the characters meet up and try to mesh again are some of the best in the film.
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Nerdist
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June 14, 2016

If you're looking to laugh your butt quite literally off of your body and leave with some food for thought, then The World's End may just be the tastiest flavor of the Cornetto Trilogy yet.
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NPR
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August 26, 2013

Wright & Pegg continue making the sort of films that the 12-year-old versions of themselves probably always dreamed of being a part of; that sense of joy and practically disbelief that they actually get to do this for a living is right up there on-screen.
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Washington Free Beacon
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July 14, 2016

The World's End is pretty blasted funny and a fine finale to director/cowriter Edgar Wright and star/cowriter Simon Pegg's so-called 'Cornetto Trilogy.'
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Entertainment Weekly
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December 30, 2013

As in their previous comedies, Pegg and Frost play men who refuse to stop acting like boys. But these pint-swilling Peter Pans also know how to work the heart and the brain for belly laughs.
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PopMatters
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June 14, 2016

[The World's End] soon turns from this not-quite-nostalgic focus to one more like Pegg and Edgar Wright's first two Cornetto movies, which is to say, a melding of well-known genres in order to spoof them.
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ReelViews
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August 25, 2013

The film's strength is its comedic bent - there are some very funny moments contained herein.
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Fort Worth Weekly
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June 14, 2016

The World's End is not only the season's funniest movie but also its best action thriller, its best addiction drama, and its best movie about the apocalypse.
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Globe and Mail
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December 30, 2013

If Wright doesn't quite sustain this astonishing mixture of sadness and silliness all the way through, he gets major points just for attempting it in the first place.
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The Atlantic
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August 23, 2013

Robert Frost famously mused 'Some say the world will end in fire/Some say in ice.' I prefer Edgar Wright's vision: It will end in a pub.
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