20 years after attempting an epic pub crawl, five childhood friends reunite when one of them becomes hell bent on trying the drinking marathon again. They are convinced to stage an encore by mate Gary King, a 40-year old man trapped at the cigarette end of his teens, who drags his reluctant pals to their home town and once again attempts to reach the fabled pub, The World's End. As they attempt to reconcile the past and present, they realize the real struggle is for the future, not just theirs but humankind's. Reaching The World's End is the least of their worries. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Matthew T (kr) wrote: Great movie. If you're already paranoid, please avoid this movie. If you want to know truth, enjoy.
Sebastyen D (ca) wrote: Deux heures a voir un gars se morfondre de sa vie manque a cause d'une blessure de football, retourner dans le pass pour avoir une deuxime chance et faire la meme calisse d'affaire
Dave N (ru) wrote: this movie is a big pile of crap. the acting and dialog are just terrible.
Pooja S (gb) wrote: hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
Jeremy H (jp) wrote: Not worth the time. Not worth the money. Don't see it.
Luke M (es) wrote: A truly spellbinding performance by Natalie Portman and some fantastic work by Clive Owen is the only reason to watch Closer, which is a confusingly paced, dull screenplay. At the end of the film the biggest mystery is what either Alice or Anna ever saw in Jude Laws pathetic Dan.
Kris F (fr) wrote: Finally going through old VCR tapes and came across this b&w gem. Watching young adults (not teens) dealing with an unwanted pregnancy in the early 60's was heartbreaking. The sweet decency of Steve McQueen, the anxiety and isolation of Natalie Wood, the smothering love of an Italian family, and the stark, over-exposed streets of NYC adds up to a truer movie than one would have thought. Grab a couple of teenagers on a rainy day and watch a double feature: this one and Juno and have a talk fest about changing mores and steadfast families. Both are well done and bittersweet.
Lorraine S (gb) wrote: ok, im an Elvis fan, hmmmm.
alex t (gb) wrote: The best of the best. Guaranteed to entertain. Best ever performance by Bela Lugosi. A nervous Basil Rathbone shows what an actor can do. Lionel Atwill is always a guaranteed win. The best.
Thomas B (fr) wrote: Obviously not an academy award winning film. However, it was funny as hell !!!
Richard D (ru) wrote: I love this film unconditionally. Although it's set i the 1970's, and goes to quite a bit of care to get the period detail correct, it's timeless in the same way that a film like "American Graffiti" is. It's about youth and the freedom that comes with it. Everybody can identify with something here. It's my favourite of Linklater's work.
TheScarlatescu R (ru) wrote: the acting is bad, even by DMX's standards, but the subject is pretty good
Josie F (br) wrote: Absolutely wonderful, flawless movie, great script and acting
Danielle K (es) wrote: The short film that this movie is based on is a brilliant short, intriguing with a jump at the end but stretched out to a full feature makes the film feel over stuffed and tedious.