Vicki Dolley writes: "Last orders, gents. It’s the hotly anticipated final round of the pub-filled ‘Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy’, The World’s End, which brings us one last dose of that Wright/Pegg/Frost magic.
Naturally, being the pop-culture filled geeks they are, Wright, Pegg and Frost have brought us their take on the science-fiction genre. The World’s End sees debauchee Gary King (played with wisecracking, self-satirising ease by Simon Pegg) reuniting his childhood pals (portrayed by British gems Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, Eddie Marsan and, of course, Nick Frost – who are all absolutely fantastic) for a second attempt at their hometown’s legendary pub crawl ‘The Golden Mile’, which they had failed to complete 20 years earlier but had been the best night of Gary’s life.
Shaun of the Dead has not only been revered as one of the funniest British comedies of all time, but also is partially responsible for the revival of the zombie genre that has become so popular today, and Hot Fuzz finally gave Britain its very own action cop movie. So what has the trilogy’s conclusion brought to the table?"