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The World's End (2013)
Many people blame it to not be funny enough - well, it isn't about being funny.
Many people, as I've noticed, blame this movie for not being funny enough. That's their point of view I'm not going to argue with. Yes, this movie isn't funny enough compared to the other Simon Pegg's works. But it's not about being funny anymore, and maybe that is why I respect him even more - because of growing, maturing.
The general topic on the mature/immature take on life in total prevails, and the ending shows us how fragile the so-called-mature state is. Maybe this movie isn't that much about laughs, but about a little bit of thinking?
I totally admit I'm with the 'Gary King's team, the idea of freedom, even though I'm working within the corporate standards - the skills, experience and knowledge make up for the anarchist position. I only wish for people in charge to notice our strengths, not our 'questionable' affiliations.