The World’s End: We can finally laugh at ground zero of the apocalypse.

Review of The World’s End, Directed by Edgar WrightBy ANDREW COLLINS For viewers who can stomach the language, The World’s End hits all the big comedy targets. It shamelessly borrows and mocks tropes from the well-worn Hollywood canon (just look at this poster, for starters) and strikes with well-crafted irony at both micro and macro levels. The dialogue snaps between characters with delightful chemistry (the British accents don’t hurt), and the whole business takes place in an absurd sce … [Read more...]