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The Majority of the film was shot in Letchworth Garden City, with some extra filming taking place in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. With many of the local pubs being used like "The Tavern", "The Collonade", and "The Three Magnets". The actual pub named "THE WORLDS END" in the movie is actually a pub called "The Gardeners Arms" located on Wilbury Hills Road Letchworth Garden City Herts. Other Places used in filming include the Broadway cinema that was renamed "The Mermaid" and Letchworth Train Station that was renamed "The Hole In The Wall". See more »
While the word "robot" does come from a Czech word, the word is actually "robota", not "robotnik", and it means "heavy labor" or specifically "serf labor", so robot does not mean a "slave". See more »
Ever have one of those nights that starts out like any other, but ends up being the *best* night of your life?
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People going to see the film at the Broadway Cinema in Letchworth, the location for the outside of The Mermaid, were shown a short clip beforehand featuring Simon Pegg, Edgar Wright and Nick Frost, welcoming them to the cinema and hoping they enjoyed watching it from inside one of the filming locations. See more »
I didn't think this trilogy could get any better. However it somehow exceeded by expectations. With fantastic direction from Edgar Wright,smart writing from Wright and Simon Pegg and hilarious performances from Pegg, Nick Frost and everyone else the World's end is a great way to end the trilogy. The story focuses on a group of childhood friends who go back to their hometown in order to repeat a legendary pub crawl that ends with a pub known as the World's End. However they realize that their whole town has been taken over by robots and it's up to them to stop them from taking over the world. I will admit that my only criticism of the film is that it does start off a little slowly. The jokes felt a little stiff at times with their execution and most of the humor was coming from Pegg's character. However once the robots come in the movie does pick up the pace and lives up to Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz The performances are very funny with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost actually switching roles. Pegg is more of the bumbling idiot whereas Frost is the straight man. The other performance are also good with Martin Freeman,Paddy Considine, Rosamund Pike and Eddie Marsan. I also loved the ending which has probably the best ending out of any of the Cornetto trilogy movies Overall the movie is incredibly funny despite having a slow start. It's a perfect mix of comedy and science fiction. I hope there's more to come from these very funny and talented guys.
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