Everything GREAT About The World's End! (Part 2)

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    And finally the second half of The World's End! This is the one with all the fun Edgary stuff.

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Brandon Welsh +626
Brandon Welsh

Interesting thing about Gary's selective memory, during the scene on the greens Gary lists off all the injuries he caused his friends in extensive detail showing how deep some things stick despite lots of other information not. Which is consistent with those suffering from depression as guilty thoughts and memories tend to come up more than happier ones

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justin ntyanna +1
justin ntyanna

i can relate

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Heroic_Spirit_Gomikubi +79
Heroic_Spirit_Gomikubi

That's a huge detail about this scene I hadn't quite registered before. It's easy to point out how it highlights Gary's selfishness and recklessness since he's the one who caused the injuries, but as someone who deeply resonates with him it's pretty sharp and spot-on to be reminded of the fact that he remembers these failures (all of which literally left them with visible scars) with more clarity than most of the average days they spent together. They're all just accidents, things that wouldn't have happened if not for Gary simply being a clumsy chap trying too hard to have fun, and yet despite it being fairly clear that his friends have more or less forgiven him for those events he's still haunted by them. They cling to him just as tightly as the golden image of adolescent bravado he spends the movie chasing, and won't leave him no matter how many pints he tries to wash them away with.

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Gary King +1603
Gary King

Gary’s character is so much sadder when you realise he’s the only one that didn’t pack luggage…

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Sonny Fox
Sonny Fox

Alright king gay

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KayAech +31
KayAech

In the writers commentary, Simon compared Gary putting on his old clothes to when military officers will sometimes put on their uniforms and medals before killing themselves. Gary had no intention of staying alive after that night.

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Gary King +4
Gary King

His Character really is sad. I didn’t even notice that the first time. Also, hello Gary King.

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Gary King +9
Gary King

@ThatWolfBoy What are you talking about? I went to the toilet.

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ThatWolfBoy +1
ThatWolfBoy

@Gary King why’d you play that need for speed game at the service station

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Stormy Dragon +330
Stormy Dragon

Another detail I think a lot of people miss: even though Gary's friends have all grown up and integrated into adult life, they're not actually any happier than he is, they've just become inured to their unhappiness.

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Shrekgettioski Memebigboi +8
Shrekgettioski Memebigboi

i think gary is still sadder but i definitely understand that just because they’ve grown up doesn’t mean they are happy with what they’ve done

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Sarah Gent +421
Sarah Gent

I really like the line where Gary says he always confuses the "good companion" and the "trusty servant".

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Finn Simpson +1
Finn Simpson

@Sarah Gent oh wow yeah that’s really cool, how did I not see that lol

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Gokbay +1
Gokbay

OMG

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Sarah Gent +12
Sarah Gent

@Finn Simpson it shows his attitude towards his friends, i.e. he thinks of them as servants

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Tobius211x +1257
Tobius211x

Doom Bar isn't just a reference to the pub being the worlds "Doom". Its actually a popular beer in the UK

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Broken Drum +1
Broken Drum

@Alex Campbell not to mention doom bar used to taste a lot better before they moved their brewery to london/kent and it became mass produced oddly fitting the theme of the movie

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sada asdafa +1
sada asdafa

Well, I always prefer a local bitter, but I have to admit Doom Bar, along with most St. Austell beers, aren’t bad for a pint you can find anywhere.

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Barbara Hallowell
Barbara Hallowell

Had it in Cornwall first. Liked it, a solid ale. God I miss the pub.

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I Am Ron
I Am Ron

Also one of the best cheapest 👌👌

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Dan Robinson
Dan Robinson

@James Price me too 😅😅😅😅🍻

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ThatGuyHelm +251
ThatGuyHelm

"Oh, fuck off, you big lamp!" And "We're the human race, and we don't like being told what to do!" Are the best lines in the movie

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Matias Calamaro +1
Matias Calamaro

"It is our basic human right to be fuck ups, this civilization was founded on fuck ups and you know what? that makes me proud!"

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AngryCanadianBacon +5
AngryCanadianBacon

@the gaming sheepses Gotta love how the King of Humans is actually the one of the group who would stand up to a big alien bully who is read to assimilate the whole human race.

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the gaming sheepses +24
the gaming sheepses

Don't forget the "get back in your rocket and fuck off back to Legoland"

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nah wot +387
nah wot

Just to let you know Gary is actually holding a £20 note in his hand not a £5. You can tell by the colour. We got purple £20 notes all of a sudden and our fivers are a light blue

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KatAshworth
KatAshworth

@Michael Greenwell that’s the plot of the first Jack Reacher book

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Thomas Bushell
Thomas Bushell

@nah wot Oswestry is a savage place

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Sam Ashworth +1
Sam Ashworth

@Jordan Ayling The new fiver came out in 2016, The World's End was 2013

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Jordan Ayling +5
Jordan Ayling

£20 was already purple before the new notes were introduced. Pretty sure not even the new £5 note was in circulation when this movie came out but don't quote me on it

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cqqfjfghgz

@Himaro bro me too

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L +168
L

The way Gary's depression and outlook on life is shown is incredibly realistic and heartbreaking. This isn't just good writing. In recent years, Simon has been open that he has suffered from alcoholism and depression most of his life and went to rehab in the early 2010s. Simon looks so much healthier now and seems much happier and better in his work and interviews. The World's End was released 2013 by which point he's a few years into recovery. So, The World's End always seems partly biographical on Simon's part. Like Gary, Simon has improved and is apparently no longer an alcoholic (Gary asked for 5 waters at the end pub). That knowledge just makes The World's End feel especially poignant to me because Simon's works have meant so much to me and i'm glad that he's better. Also knowing that the way depression was shown in the film came from someone who truly knows and cares about what it's like means a lot.

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Jackrabbit +87
Jackrabbit

The line "How can you tell you're drunk if you're never sober" makes me well up every damn time

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Freya of Cerberus +23
Freya of Cerberus

Hot Fuzz is my favorite of the trilogy but that "It's all i've got" hits me so hard. The World's End is the only one of the trilogy that made me cry as well as laugh and that means it will always have a special place in my heart.

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Joeshmo +74
Joeshmo

In response to 11:20, I choose to view it as Gary actually growing up and letting his real friends move on and live their lives without him. The fact that he also gets to travel with his younger Blank friends is just a bonus.

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The First Attempt +526
The First Attempt

I'd say it isn't actually sad when Gary chooses to wander the wasteland with the younger versions of his friends. This isn't about curing Gary of all of his flaws, it's step 1. This is the start of his journey. He's more comfortable with his friends, but he also knows his usual behavior at the moment causes suffering to them. As a result, he chooses to stay with his "friends" while he continues his journey of sobriety and self-improvement, all without causing more suffering to his actual friends. He's a better person than before, and one might even say he's deep-down a good person, but he has a long road ahead of him before he can be a positive influence on his friends' lives. He's started that journey by the end of the movie, and that's actually great to see.

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SupBro50000 +2
SupBro50000

I agree

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Amanda Harper +24
Amanda Harper

I’d also add that the Arthurian myth sometimes states that Arthur is the once and future king. Gary becoming a knight errant of sorts actually points, for me at least, to his possibly really being the returned Arthur. The world is broken, he’s found a part of it worth fighting for, and that might in time lead to him gluing it back together; even if only by providing a legend for both communities to rally around.

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Marakkel +11
Marakkel

The World's End was just the beginning for ol' Gary King!

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2QAYL1138 +6
2QAYL1138

Well said.

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Adam Basinger +67
Adam Basinger

He is also shown to have taken up something of a purpose, that being sticking up for the now hiveless blanks. So while sure there’s a chance he’s just there to “paint it red” as he always wanted and he’s just managed to ditch the substances, it does strike me as more. He had nothing before, he thought so himself. Now he has something, a purpose and a calling with no need for anything clouding his mind in pursuit of it. He’s going somewhere and that’s fucking progress baby

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Kieran Moran +214
Kieran Moran

I never noticed that about the mums before! I also think it’s super clever that in each of the 3 films, the relationship between Pegg & Frost’s characters is at different stages. Shaun - Best friends from the start of the film till the end Fuzz - Don’t know each other at the start and become best friends Worlds End - Former best friends with a rough past who reconcile by the end

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Danny +27
Danny

I still remember the first time I heard that "It's all I've got!" line and it hit so hard and still does to this day when I watch the movie. God Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are great actors.

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Brandon Stevens +212
Brandon Stevens

I love the part where they are talking to the network. At first he says "Gary King, of the humans" then later he says "Gary, King of the humans"

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Good Boye +1
Good Boye

@Peter Taylor i thought it was "your own demise"

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Joshua Sweetvale +4
Joshua Sweetvale

@Peter Taylor Yep.

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Peter Taylor +21
Peter Taylor

@Joshua Sweetvale, "left to your own devices" is yet another double entendre.

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Offbrand Storage Drive +5
Offbrand Storage Drive

@Joshua Sweetvale Now That, is human. Always gotta get the last word.

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Joshua Sweetvale +37
Joshua Sweetvale

That's where _I_ went "Uh oh, the machine god is _listening_ to _Gary._ This might not end cleanly." And then the bastard EMP'd the planet as a parting shot!

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mekkio77 +48
mekkio77

The choir sound effect that pops up when younger Blank Gary shows up is actually the start of The Sisters of Mercy's "This Corrosion." It's a band joke that so few people get but it's a joke none the less given how that band is so, so tied to Gary throughout the movie.

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Mackie Lunkey +151
Mackie Lunkey

What I really like about the “to err is human” scene is that it shows how Gary accepts that he’s imperfect, and that not completing The Golden Mile doesn’t put an end to his world. There’s also a second part to this line that’s never mentioned in the movie, which I feel is very telling: “to forgive, divine”. Gary is basically forgiving himself by learning to move forward and find new things to live for. Edit: turns out the full quote was behind Andy at the ending lol!

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Mackie Lunkey +3
Mackie Lunkey

@Sphoorthy Nutulapati Oh crap didn’t see that lol! It’s been a bit since I watched the movie.

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Sphoorthy Nutulapati +6
Sphoorthy Nutulapati

To be fair, it's graffitied behind Andy's head while he's narrating the story

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Espeonage the Espeon Spy +1075
Espeonage the Espeon Spy

I never realized that Gary was going to kill himself after the pub crawl

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Kade Coleman +1
Kade Coleman

@DenierDev it’s definitely the answer for me. I’ve been planning my big day for years.

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A Light Skin With Taste +5
A Light Skin With Taste

@DenierDev aren’t you a big boy? The person wasn’t attacking you or even calling names, he’s just giving out his thoughts. But hey, it just shows how incredibly immature you are

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DenierDev +2
DenierDev

@DwarfyDoodad Look. piece of shit, I've had suicidal thoughts myself. Most people of a certain age have at some point in their lives. If you have a problem with me saying "I think suicide isn't the answer, that human lives matter and are worth something" then go fuck yourself.

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DwarfyDoodad +19
DwarfyDoodad

@DenierDev That's the thing. A large portion of the people who are driven to suicide do so because they feel it's the only element in their life they have control over. It isn't rational to an outsider, because you can view or rationalize life or something else as worth living for. But for someone who feels they have no control, that any plans or hopes they have will fail, the idea of a definite point where that struggle stops brings comfort. Because they know that their struggle isn't going to continue "forever" or until they die of old age or random freak chance ends their life. It's something *they* are choosing to do. It's them taking control of their lives, even if it's to end it. For a lot of the people who go through with suicide it's something planned out weeks, months, or longer in advance because they know after it gets to that point, nothing else matters. And it brings them a sense of serenity and peace. Your "I would never tell you to end your life" is the view of someone who cannot grasp the struggle or even realize that someone is going through it, because you are unable to grasp the idea of feeling helpless and looking for something, *anything* to give you a sense of control or a way to make what feels like a constant instance of being marginalized by friends, family, and even the strangers on the street to the point you feel you don't matter. It's easy for you to say suicide isn't the answer if you can't actually understand what drives people to that point, and is honestly sanctimonious and damaging for people to hear. And telling someone struggling with depression or suicidal that their decision doesn't make sense or "isn't logical" is going to make you someone that people never turn to when they need help, because trying to say something is "logical" or "illogical" in any sense demonstrates a lack of empathy. The reality is that most people who actually go through with suicide will rarely tell people about it because they see them as something like what you are presenting. You don't care about their problems you are just troubled by the idea of a friend taking their own life, and the minute they are no longer "suicidal" you will revert back to your previous social interaction which justifies their decision not to reach out to you. The people who are openly suicidal want help because they are feeling run down and desperately need any branch they can get to keep going, and even then "It gets better" platitudes tend to be just that. The genuinely suicidal people will never reach out to anyone, much less someone who will only mouth platitudes or insist "suicide isn't the answer" because people who say that are *not* someone who understands what they are dealing with, and never will be because anyone who has actually ever struggled with suicidal thoughts won't be so stupid as to say that.

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DenierDev +1
DenierDev

@InitialPC From there's it's never the answer though, I'd never tell you if you were suicidal that that's the only logical thing to do.

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Thatwould beme +39
Thatwould beme

My favourite scene in the whole movie is the one where Andy finally reveals the events of the crash, and you see Gary fold into himself as he says it. It's subtle, and he still acts like a moron after, but you see him almost flinch. Small indication that he feels something.

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indigozulu9 +41
indigozulu9

Dude it's worth watching them all in one sitting. When this premiered, I saw it as a triple screening with SotD and HF. And every single person in that place was a true fan, it really is an experience to see a movie you love with fans who say the quotes, cheer when something great happens, and give each movie a standing ovation like the director was there to see it. Really an experience I loved. And we got a t-shirt with all the pub names, so that's pretty badass

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MsChrisFrank +1
MsChrisFrank

Me too!

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TheITinFIT +1
TheITinFIT

I went to that too at my theater! Still got the t-shirt!

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quicksilvermad +2
quicksilvermad

I did that, too! I still wear the shirt and have the lanyard they gave us so staff knew what we were there for. During the break between the movies, they had trivia prizes.

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Minish Link +3
Minish Link

My theater did the same, but they gave out pint glasses with the pub names. Among my friends, we've got five.

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Chris Jericho #1 Cool Dad +8
Chris Jericho #1 Cool Dad

My favorite line from the entire Cornetto trilogy comes from this film: "We are the human race, and we don't like to be told what to do!"

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Amber Rainbow +6
Amber Rainbow

Fun fact “the mermaid” is actually a cinema! And where I first watched this film! Being from one of the towns they filmed in, may be one of the reasons I love this film so much

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Danielle Edwards
Danielle Edwards

I'm from Letchworth but I saw it for the first time in London. When everyone laughed at 'The UKs First Roundabout' as if it's a joke and not an actual thing the town is proud of? Rude!

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Paulito8000 +62
Paulito8000

I'd love to see an EGA about Jojo Rabbit, an amazing movie with so much thought and efort behind it, that combines the whimsical, political and dramatic in a very organic and layered way, it'd be a pleasure to see you cover it. And for next October I suggest Coraline as your spooky season Halloween pick.

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seihanda +2
seihanda

Then the video start with 100 wins for Yorki before moved on

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Marett is being judgemental +39
Marett is being judgemental

My favourite detail in the film is that all the Newton Haven cars are hybrids when they return

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Marett is being judgemental
Marett is being judgemental

@lolfor life *wink*

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lolfor life +1
lolfor life

Ah yes a fact fiend fan

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EmInSpace +11
EmInSpace

watching CinemaWins makes me happy, i don't have a lot of positivity in my life recently and this channel helps me. i wish there were more people that did things like this, only talking about the good part of something, and not focussing on the bad parts. i haven't watched most movies they talk about (including this one) but i still really enjoy every bit of it. i wish everyone who is reading this a great day, and thank you for taking your time to read this.

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Paul Lewis +2
Paul Lewis

Right with you. As fun as Cinema Sins is, this is purely “I love this movie, you love this movie and here are things that’ll make you love it even more, and if you find more, tell me and I’ll love it too!”

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Shelby Hotz +18
Shelby Hotz

I'd love to see you talk about Paul. I know it's not an Edgar Wright movie, but it's a great Simon Pegg and Nick Frost movie.

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Brit Animations +767
Brit Animations

Basil! Hey, he may not get to be an alien here, but wait until 2017, you'll get to play one with two hearts and a really old blue box

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NobodyC13
NobodyC13

@Samuel Whittaker I just said "1st Doctor" for simplicity's sake, I didn't remember the original actor's name and I was too lazy to google.

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DenierDev +4
DenierDev

Hey! At 4:49 that's the girl who was the first zombie in Shaun of the dead

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Samuel Whittaker
Samuel Whittaker

@NobodyC13 mean that is as the actor, later on he actually becomes the role..but it logical to do so after casting him in that Drama Documentary

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Really freakin’ good video games +2
Really freakin’ good video games

He will do Wandavision.

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NobodyC13 +22
NobodyC13

Actually he played the first incarnation of the Doctor in a TV Movie about Doctor Who's inception in 2013, to coincide with the show's 50th anniversary.

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Toby Harvey +4
Toby Harvey

Doombar is actually a real beer, made in Sharpe’s brewery in Cornwall. It’s named after a Sand Bar out in the bay that ships used to have a bad time navigating, and it’s widely regarded across the country as an excellent pint

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Finn +11
Finn

First time I watched this I was quite young and was really creeped out by the fact that the blanks just stared at them the entire time. I noticed every single time and I had nightmares that night

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Maxwell Goode +6
Maxwell Goode

Haha Doombar is a quite popular drink in the UK but I do like the idea that Edgar Wright founded an entire company for an Easter egg. It sounds like something he'd do.

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Jett +36
Jett

“It’s all I got!” Damn that hit me like a truck

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Nathan Holland +2
Nathan Holland

I've always loved how Fassbender-y Pegg's smile is when he finally gets to The World's End

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Michael Gibson +3
Michael Gibson

The first time I watched the Cornetto Trilogy was when The World's End came out. A theater near me was doing them all back to back, leading up to the midnight release. Some of the best movies I've ever seen.

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Rook Ruin Oberon +2
Rook Ruin Oberon

There’s a lot of reasons why this movie is one of my favorites of all time. There’s a lot of reasons why Edgar Wright is my favorite director. This video helps explain those reasons. Thank you!

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MsStrongshot +3
MsStrongshot

Always loved in the final confrontation the slight change the network does when saying Gary’s name. Starts off with “Gary King, of the humans” and finishes with “Gary, King of the humans” showing that just maybe the network overestimated Gary’s position in the world to be making decisions for the human race 😂

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quackerzdb +11
quackerzdb

God 4:30. Simon's delivery feels so genuine.

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InitialPC
InitialPC

Because Simon Pegg was suffering from alcoholism and depression for a while and only started getting help not long before he made the movie, Gary King is loosely based off himself and his own struggles.

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Joshua Sweetvale +4
Joshua Sweetvale

He was... _overindulging_ in alcohol at the time. Originally as a result from press tours getting annoying. Apparently his daughter getting born _not_ snapping him out of it paradoxically motivated him enough to seek help.

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Katy Cat +3
Katy Cat

This film hits even harder when you read about Simon Pegg's depression and alcoholism and how much this film, and the character of Gary King, means to him.

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WS-Digital +1
WS-Digital

How did I miss part 1 to this! This is literally my favourite movie!

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MrRayPok +694
MrRayPok

The "five waters please" line also shows how Gary has progressed past the need of alcohol, which is something that Andy is constantly worried about. It made me kind of emotional when I heard it.

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Joel Mole +4
Joel Mole

Also, he's clearly a lot happier. Even though he's sober, he's smiling and having a good time.

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anwar bojorges
anwar bojorges

@Darren 13 I think alcohol was a problem cause Gary was ALWAYS drunk and that is why he never grow up

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anwar bojorges +8
anwar bojorges

That is the thing... Gary was ALWAYS drunk when he was with his friends back in the 90's cause in the intro you can see him with a six pack of beers in a field with Andy playing but the only time he is not drinking is when he was planning the Pub Crawl, everybody was drinking sodas or juices right before getting drunk

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Darren 13 +69
Darren 13

I love the ending of this film so much. It proves that alcohol was never Gary's problem, growing up and his inadequacies were. In the end, he gets to live as 'The King' amongst the younger versions of his friends and remain young forever. Is it a 'happy ending'? Maybe, maybe not but URGH I LOVE IT

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Peak Pictures +3
Peak Pictures

The Bradley James Allen thing makes the fight scenes make so much senses now because i now know where I recognise the style 👌🏼

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Maskret +1
Maskret

Always wondered why I enjoyed the movie a lot when I first (and only once) watched it by the age of 13. I had no clue it was an Edgar Wright movie and now it all makes sense. Now, it's on my watchlist with the other two. It's unfortunate they're not really known around here in Brazil, so it's hard to find them even in streaming services. Nice video!

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Athena +4
Athena

This is one of, if not my favourite live action film, and i remember the moment when i first watched it and everything clicked when gary's bandages were shown, and i paused and cried for a long time before being able to watch more, it was like looking in a mirror, all of a sudden this irredeemable asshole was suddenly the most relatable character ive ever seen. Then again at the worlds end pub, more context and explanation that changes how we see every action gary takes, and thinking about it now i wonder if there is, an intentional metaphor in the movie about, how people with illnesses are treated. With the Network being the systems in place and the humans being the people who are dealing with illnesses, how being okay is, not important, being the same to everyone else enough to not need to rely on the systems is the goal, if you are productive you are healed, and if you are different you are a problem, and if you are productive in a way that is nonstandard you are different therefore are still a problem. An example being dementia patients who are in a state where what they are experiencing is, better, than what reality would be, and the focus would be on "making them see reality" through medications and other things, not on just, letting them be happy in their own little world, just because it was not "normal" and thats, problematic for some people. but maybe im reaching and seeing metaphors that arent intended,

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TTTMusic
TTTMusic

I love this film. It's my favorite in the Cornetto Trilogy and maybe even my favorite Edgar Wright (Scott Pilgrim wants a word there). I love that it's Sci-Fi, a genre I'll always enjoy. I love that it's more "original" than Shawn and Hot Fuzz (don't particularly like Satire and stuff). I love the soundtrack.

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Mark M +2
Mark M

Loved these videos, this film is so good. My favourite Simon Pegg performance. My entry for 'minor thing you missed/chose not to show' is when Sam is driving away from the explosion and only puts the car into fifth gear at the last second lmao

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Ratt +1
Ratt

One of my favourite little jokes is at the train station where the scene begins with them saying Gary is late (more specifically it's almost four o'clock) and when he makes the antiques road show joke and it cuts to their blank expressions the chiming is the clock tower hitting 4 to which Gary replies "we're gonna be late"

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DCA - Lets Play +1
DCA - Lets Play

Firstly I love this movie, my personal ordering is 3.Shaun of the dead 2. the Worlds end 1.Hot Fuzz, this is movie tells a story of depression and friendship wrapped up in one of the greatest sci fi comedy films ever made, this is probably the film in the trilogy that has the most potential for its own sequel, if the leads returned that is, without them it would be a failure.

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Phillip Redgrave
Phillip Redgrave

These are some of my favourite films of all time, being a British Actor who loves comedy. Been a big fan of yours too for such a long time, so it's been a great experience watching you talk about all these

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Tom Sparrow +678
Tom Sparrow

I literally remember "it's all i got" hitting me so hard but having no time to let myself cry about it because the rest of the movie was continuing to happen and made me lose my goddamn mind laughing

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Alex Hurst +22
Alex Hurst

@Tom Sparrow For a trilogy that has been so silly, that scene, and honestly this whole film, is just fucking devastating

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Tom Sparrow +7
Tom Sparrow

@Alex Hurst i honestly need to watch the movie again if only for that amazing scene god it killed me

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Alex Hurst +26
Alex Hurst

"They told me when to go to bed!"

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James Callaghan
James Callaghan

Man I have so much more appreciation for so many movies thanks to this channel. When I watched the Cornetto Trilogy, I didn't have an eye for more than purely surface level interpretations, and thanks to you and a few other YouTubers, I've developed such comparative depth of vision. So, thanks for that! Also: I am very hype for the next video.

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Krueger Pool The 13th +1
Krueger Pool The 13th

Personally this is my favorite out of the trilogy because of the raw emotion at the end

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Sir Morally Incorrect +5
Sir Morally Incorrect

Greatness can not be contained.. IN ONE PART!

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Jake Pearson
Jake Pearson

6:37 I never really noticed the Doom Bar placement because of how often you see it in pubs around the UK, but having it at The World's End really was so well thought out

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Prawnut Butter +2
Prawnut Butter

Loved these two videos! Thank you for these! One thing though, Gary’s note in the fifth pub is a £20 note, not a £5; it’s purple while a £5 note is green 5:55

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ch-ris127
ch-ris127

I remember being depressed myself and watching the film in the dark on my laptop back then, thinking it'll be a fun distraction. I bawled my eyes out when Gary revealed his scars and yelled, "They told me when to go to bed!" It hurt like hell and it was surreal how close it hit home, and oddly it helped me move on despite the ending not being totally happy, which is why it worked, in hindsight. "Drama" films that focus on depression and stuff tend to be overstuffed with emotions and either tragic or overly optimistic endings. I love how World's End feels real in a way it's just hanging out with friends, facing yourself and problems head on in the end but not really finding a concrete solution, while still surviving and just...living, you know? It's not a satisfying ending, but it's real, and that helped so much.

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GirlWithNoPersonality +1
GirlWithNoPersonality

Now that you mentioned it, it's kind of amazing how the movie manages to make no judgement, when it's about 1 drunk person causing the End of the World. Maybe the foreshadowing is part of it. In a way it makes the audience feel like it was always going to end like this, it's just how it's meant to be.

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Neil Caezar +7
Neil Caezar

Cinema wins , YOU have to do The Adventures of Tin Tin ,an underrated masterpiece

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C. SpaDinner
C. SpaDinner

I REALLY love this movie, I don't know, when it comes to ranking the Cornetto trilogy, I can't decide which I love more, all 3 movies are equally great in my opinion

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Jackson in Orbit +1
Jackson in Orbit

This movie is my genuine favorite film of all time. Things come close, but the melancholy of friends moving on and growing apart hits home in a very real way for me. I’m glad you covered it, as I feel an intense desire to see more people talk about this movie.

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agustin williams
agustin williams

i remember watching this movie 3 times in just a day and the "is all i have" scene always got me

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Eduardo Reyes
Eduardo Reyes

glad to see you talking so deeply about my favorite movie of all time! awesome work, mate :D

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crypticexhibit +721
crypticexhibit

The Brilliance about "Doom Bar" is that is a genuine on-tap beer in a large number of pubs in the UK.

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Jed Samuels
Jed Samuels

@DKH • yeah because ale is definitely never a beer. You're probably a 55 year old CAMRA member, right?

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Resqwec
Resqwec

Doom Bar is what I drink because it’s served all over and the money goes back to Cornwall. Gotta help the motherland

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Tigerz
Tigerz

MADE IN THE LAND OF CORNWALL! I was triggered by this ngl 😂

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Dylan Constantine +1
Dylan Constantine

It's really shit and really cheap so not bad for a skint pissup at the local spoons

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TheBobBrom
TheBobBrom

@Oscar Edmondson To be fair it's almost never on tap because everyone has already drank it by the time you get there. But God is it nice.

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Lilith Otaku
Lilith Otaku

When I first saw this channel I fell in love. I had been watching cinema sins a lot so that's probably why youtube recommended me you, but that's not that important. I was always kind of iffy with cinema sins because practically every single sin is pure bias and just is meh. But when I saw you I fell in love because it's not just bias for the wins. A lot of the wins are based on the actual creativity and details. There's also humor and makes it addicting. I've never liked movie sin videos and all the other win videos are extremely bias and don't focus on the creative aspect. But yours are just so good. I can spend hours watching your stuff. Honestly you've become the only movie review channel I consistently watch. Keep up the great work!

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candidesque
candidesque

I wanna just sincerely thank you for doing videos on the Cornetto trilogy. When you first did Shaun, I had no idea who Edgar Wright was. I had seen Scott Pilgrim (loved it obviously) and Shaun of the Dead actually (absolutely went over my head) but never connected them to the same man. When I saw your Scott Pilgrim videos and you loved it as much as we all do, I knew I could fully trust your judgement on movies. The praise and glory you gave to Edgar’s filmmaking genius immediately transferred to me. Then in the Shaun video you mentioned the trilogy and I had to research. I watched Shaun again (caught much more this time 😂), Hot Fuzz for the first time (absolutely marvelous) and the World’s End. By the time I got to World’s End, your videos had pointed out all the details and fun an audience can have with those movies, so I went into World’s End fully aware. I caught so many details on my first viewing because, thanks to you, I knew about Edgar and Simon and Nick. And the movie became much more than just funny. So, essentially just a sincere thank you for covering these movies, all movies you do, really. I started looking at movies differently thanks to you and just by proxy I learned a tremendous amount of things about camera work, importance of color, and so forth. I get genuinely excited when I recognize an actor or a director’s work and it gives the already expansive world of movies even more depth. Cheers, dude!

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honey suckel +3
honey suckel

I love how he goes from Gary King, of the humans to Gary, King of the humans which is why the blanks call him the king

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The Wolf
The Wolf

It’d be interesting to get a sequel of each of the trilogy.

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Olivia McDonagh +1
Olivia McDonagh

I absolutely LOVE this film, and it makes me really sad that more people don't. It's 100% on par with the previous two films Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright worked together on. Yes it's darker, but what's wrong with that? Just like the other two, Edgar is clearly refining his directing skills here (when you watch SotD, then this, there's a very clear progression and slickness), the writing is still beautifully crafted and hilarious, and the acting is fantastic. I genuinely don't understand why it's people's least favourite of the three, or why it gets passed over so much.

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CinemaStudios.classics.MP4
CinemaStudios.classics.MP4

A great two videos, man. I love this movie and all of the clever connections it has.

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S. J. Ryker
S. J. Ryker

Love the video, but I have to say, I think the ending is a little more hopeful for Gary than you give it credit! In my mind, Gary went with the young Blanks because they have nobody else in a world that hates them. No longer is Gary a "king" who takes from his subjects. His a leader and a protector. And yeah, part of it is that he's probably desperate to start over and have a chance to be a better friend this time around. But to me, Gary at the end of it all isn't the same. Similar, but on a different path.

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The Phaneron
The Phaneron

9:03 I love the visual symbolism here with Gary surrounded by blue glowing eyes- the spotlight literally on him. It suggests that Gary was so over the top outrageous and unique that the entire intergalactic network developed enough respect for Gary to back him all the way. The interplanetary community probably dissolved and assigned Gary their leader in the new world :D The blanks probably see Gary as an instrument to conquer planet earth after their initial attempt failed. Hilariously... While it appears that Gary has overcome his addiction by ordering water, what's the bet water wasn't the first choice of beverage for the blanks. Gary most likely persuaded them to get on board with his sobriety against their wishes, further fuelling his narcissism. In this way he can still be the "King" of something, in this case Teetotalism. And if there's anything we've learned from The Walking Dead is that psychos, nihilists, sociopaths and narcissists tend to fare better as survivors :D

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Sir Morally Incorrect +1
Sir Morally Incorrect

It was so great that they had to do a part 2.

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Pizza Parker
Pizza Parker

3:42 You could go even deeper with this, with 'The King's head' also having the double meaning of Gary's head hurting since Andy punched him, and Andy certainly wondering what is going on in Gary's head as he continues to pursue this seeming pointless goal while the world is falling apart around them.

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Stephen Kyne
Stephen Kyne

The "Isn't that something... you'd like?" "Something... you've always wanted." Followed by the shot of the guys all younger and the Sisters of Mercy sound cue is my favourite movie moment of all time

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Bruno Feiteira
Bruno Feiteira

~EVEN JUST SEEING THE "ITS ALL IVE GOT " SCENE BRINGS TEARS TO MY EYES AND SHIVERS DOWN MY SPINE...THEYRE AMAZING

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The Doctor
The Doctor

Great way to start the weekend! As with the EGA videos for the other two films in the trilogy I’m due for a rewatch of this series :) Other than next week’s new experiment here’s my weekly request for EGA videos for the following films: - Alien - Aliens - All ***4*** Indiana Jones movies - Atlantis the Lost Empire - Blade Runner (The Final Cut) - Blade Runner 2049 -Brazil - Casablanca - Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind - Dr Strangelove - Klaus - LA Confidential - Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Monty Python's Life of Brian - The Adventures of Tintin - The Cabin in the Woods - The Fugitive - The Iron Giant - The Shining - The Thing - Various Akira Kurosawa films

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Jimmy Denton
Jimmy Denton

Every time i see a new video on this channel i hold my breath and hope its fifth element and whilst so far ive not been lucky i still feel blessed with quality work keep up the good content your one of the few channels i still enjoy watching

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LordRae
LordRae

Yeah you nailed it pretty well. This is one of my favorite movies but I get that people don't love it like they love the other Cornetto films because the ending is a bit too much of a down beat. I almost think it would have been better if only the small town had been destroyed and not the whole world but the movie is literally called the worlds end so I see why they went that way. Still I love it.

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George Block
George Block

Honoured to make it into one of the videos on my favourite youtube channel. Especially for the cornetto trilogy

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Marco Ludema +1
Marco Ludema

Little side track: apparently, this was the second movie scored by Steven Price, who'd later win an Oscar for his work on Gravity. It's a great listen, BTW.

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Arthur Geen +1
Arthur Geen

This got me wondering. How many times do you watch these films as research for your truly amazing videos?

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Oliver M +2
Oliver M

"So you will be left.. to your own devices." "Really?" "Yeah." God this movie cracks me up

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Ricky Carrillo
Ricky Carrillo

Every time I watch any of the cornetto trilogy that movie becomes my favorite of the three. At this point I’m going to just say they’re all equally amazing... but if you put a gun to my head I would say the worlds end

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Danny Griffiths +425
Danny Griffiths

Definitely Edgar Wrights more underrated film! The 1st two of the trilogy were real hard to live up to but i think this does a good job!

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Swagalishers
Swagalishers

@Michael Colbourn i like it cause I find it relatable and it really hits home

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Michael Colbourn
Michael Colbourn

@Swagalishers I'm not a bug fan of it but adore the first two. I find the characters and relationships unlikeable. In Hot Fuzz and Shaun you like both Nick and Simons characters and relationship almost immediately. The plot overall is sl just meh and too similar to Shaun of the dead being that it's essentially an apocalyptic movie but with robots instead of zombies, which are just like the zombies (kind of copies of the same people, instead of the dead of the same people) but more adept. Why would a foreign alien species even care, just don't come to earth then if you hate it. Simon and Nicks characters never grew on me, and there was more emphasis on supporting roles in this film, and I think they lacked personality. I also didn't like that the throwback they had were more subtle. The just one fence falling over, the cornett reference just being a wrapper and no "what do you want from the shop". The fight scenes were great, and there were some funny lines, but it just lacked something for me and it's hard to put my finger on it. I've seen it 3 times and unlike the other two where I enjoyed it more with each watch, this one I enjoyed even less. The story, characters, foreshadowing and jokes just don't land as well for me.

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Billy Bandito +1
Billy Bandito

I think it's a testament to his films that this one isn't widely appreciated even tho it would be the highlight of a lesser director's career.

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Zach Sutton +1
Zach Sutton

This is one of my favorite movies ever man 😝

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L +7
L

@Abandoned Player but Hot Fuzz had a very slow build, lots of foreshadowing and hints but the action wasn't until the end.

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Geffenleffen
Geffenleffen

Such a awesome trilogy.

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Phoxphorus
Phoxphorus

It's been years since I've seen this movie. I liked it! Even though not as much as I could because I was I think a kid back then One call back I remember catching is the characters referencing the statue not being modern art or something, once early on and again when the entire town is hunting for them. Along with the asking for water comment, though I took it as a joke. Something I think I realized after watching this video that I hope was intentional is that the movie I think starts and ends with one of the protagonists sitting in a ring of people, detailing I think something that changed them forever. Great video!

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BestNerdLife
BestNerdLife

I first saw this film at a special midnight marathon screening that featured all three films one after the other as well as a recorded message from Edgar, Simon and Nick before The World's End came on. Genuinely my favourite memory in a cinema.

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Niall H
Niall H

I really really forgot how funny this one was. Some many great jokes that went over my head

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Holocron Studios
Holocron Studios

Hell yeah! Wandavision! Also this film is one of my favourite films ever. Sooooo good

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sebastiano pezzuto
sebastiano pezzuto

12:34 I love how they used the intro of the main theme as a quote

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ITLLBGRAND
ITLLBGRAND

Something I'd like to add, Nick Frost's skills in fight chorography was something he developed during 'Into The Badlands' and I'm honestly glad to see him getting to use them more

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Neal Barnett +1
Neal Barnett

"It never got better than that night! That was supposed to be the beginning of my life! All that promise and fucking optimism! That feeling that we could take on the whole universe! It was a big lie! Nothing happened!" This used to get to me so bad when the movie came out. I had just thrown away so much of my life and I was starting over. Everyone I knew was moving on with their lives, getting married, having kids and just growing up. Meanwhile I was living in my dad's apartment on an air mattress because I spent more time living than growing up. Not saying I regret everything, but I wasn't ready for reality when it slammed me back into the dirt. I felt left behind and I remembered my high school buddies and this line resonated with me because we felt the same. Promise, optimism, that we'd all grow up and have kids of our own who would grow up to be friends. And it never happened. Fast forward 6 years and I finally made a life for myself. Looking at buying a house, good stable job, reconnecting with the friends I've been disconnected with all these years. It's hard to pull yourself out of the depths of depression, especially when you realize.... the party's over. But, it's never impossible. You just have to know that you're going to do better for yourself and never give up no matter what the world around you tells you.

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frank unodostres
frank unodostres

My favourite of the cornetto trilogy. EW always delivers

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Han Dev
Han Dev

I hope that when he starts TVWins he does a whole season in either one or two videos rather than one video for each episode

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Alath Masster
Alath Masster

Another thing you missed was how the framing in the start of the movie, where we see the AA ring through the bottom of a glass is a reference to the saying how "The world always looks better through the bottom of a glass"

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Douglas C
Douglas C

Love how Andy hates the town but in the end he moves back, unless that's a different modern art death machine on his farm

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Richard Hobbs
Richard Hobbs

Great video as always. But two things. 1) Doombar is an actual beer and is delicious 2) surprised you didn’t mention 12 pubs also representing the 12 steps of recovery from addiction.

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Hana Ortiz
Hana Ortiz

to be honest, i didn't really like this movie until i watched your videos, and i get all the subtle meanings behind every single item, word, prop etc in the film. it adds so much depth and meaning to what i thought was an average sci fi film. thanks, cinemawins.

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B-Movie Pictures +1
B-Movie Pictures

Fantastic work as always! But no mention of Gary's immortal line? "Face it! We're the Human Race! And we don't like being told what to do!" Truer words have never been spoken, in my opinion.

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Colin Smith
Colin Smith

Hehe, me and my partner watched all three of the Cornetto trilogy on a NYE several years ago. And we each had a three-pack of Cornettos to accompany the watching, cracked one open for each film... 😊🍦

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Alex Christian +51
Alex Christian

Ooh another win! At "The Beehive" the carpet is all hexagons like a honeycomb!

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Eddie G.
Eddie G.

Awesome job sir as usual!

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