The World's End

The World's End
The World's End




104 minutes


Action and Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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One-time school mates return to their sleepy hometown for a reunion and end up fighting to save the world in this twisting and daftly hilarious British sci-fi comedy from the director and stars of Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Clinging onto the past to forget his unhappy present, the pals' self-appointed leader reckons it'll be fun if they revisit all their old watering holes. But unlike saddo Gary, the rest of 'The Five Musketeers' have grown up and moved on with their lives, bringing laughs galore as the 40-somethings struggle to recreate the camaraderie of their youth. Then just when they thought their night couldn't get any worse, trouble with the locals erupts, revealing a horrifying conspiracy that threatens to destroy mankind.


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Contains very strong language, sex references and excessive alcohol consumption.

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