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The World’s End (2013): A Movie Review

Writers-in-crime Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are at it again with their final installment of the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy – The World’s End (2013). While on the surface, it rehashes the same premise as with the first two films, Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007), with comedy-duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost starring as two blokes finding themselves fighting their way out in a dystopia, that perspective is only skin-deep. 433 more words

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Hot Fuzz (2007)

Hot Fuzz (2007)

Director:

Edgar Wright

Starring:

Simon Pegg

Nick Frost

Martin Freeman

Plot:

Exceptional London cop Nicholas Angel is involuntarily transferred to a quaint English village and paired with a witless new partner. 143 more words

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Magic Words

The stench of the holding cell is not the sweat and urine crime fiction makes it out to be. It’s stale air and old paper that thins the air until it catches sharply in my throat. 279 more words

Dave Luis

Movie Review: Hot Fuzz

Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is a badass cop who’s making everyone else on the force in London look bad. What’s the solution? Send him to a small, cozy community where no serious crime ever (and I mean EVER) happens. 263 more words

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Why You Should Binge-Watch Simon Pegg And Edgar Wright's 'Spaced' Immediately

The term British Invasion has already been put into use, but over the last few years, the best television that the UK has to offer — … 1,114 more words

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So long, and thanks for all the posts!

Tomorrow will be the final post in the second series of tandem blog posts that a group of us have been writing each week.

The weekly exercise has grown from two bloggers, to six – that’s a lot of reading to do – so thanks from all of us for reading our posts! 94 more words

Dave Luis

The Boxtrolls

In terms of animation films, we only really get the 3D ones now, which is a shame. While you can make these sorts of films look different, they rarely do and now the biggest of rivals, DreamWorks and Pixar, don’t really look different. 911 more words