Whimsical swan song for the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy with more swearing, extreme drinking
The World's End is a fitting tribute to the Cornetto trilogy, and not only does it present the same goofy humor, lively characters and unique visual style that hooked fans with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, but like its two cinematic counterparts it's also bursting with swearing and alcohol consumption. Since the entire plot of the movie is centered around one drawn-out pub crawl, there's obviously tons of drinking to excess. Everybody joins in, and characters are constantly downing pints of beer and doing shots. Swearing is frequent ("f--k," "c--k," "s--t," "c--t,") and there's also plenty of fantastical violence--while there's little actual human gore, humanoid aliens are torn apart and killed with spurts of blue blood. Other than that, it should be alright for mature tweens--a real blast, especially for fans of the trilogy.
This title contains:
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking