Review - The World’s End | CN&R

If you haven’t seen Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz or Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, you’ve missed out on some of the most engaging, thoughtful pop-culture satires of the last decade. While ostensibly nostalgic spit-takes on director Edgar Wright’s favorite obsessions—zombies, buddy-cop action flicks, graphic novels—each of those movies are also rich in subtext and exhibit a giddy joie de pop culture that deconstructs the tropes of whatever genre he is targeting, rebooting them in fresh new ways.

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