Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg & Nick Frost, can you make a better combination then that. Yes, by adding Martin Freeman, not to be confused with Morgan Freeman, although that would be pretty epic. For those who don't know what the "cornetto trilogy" is, it is a trio of Edgar Wright's take on three movie genres, Horror (Shaun of the Dead), Action (Hot Fuzz) and Sci-fi (The World's End), all starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. This trilogy has propelled them all to international fame so read on to learn how it ended.
If you haven't watched any of the trailers, the basic premise is that Simon Pegg's character, Gary King reunites his old high school buddies, all now grown men with careers and families, for a second attempt at "The Golden Mile" a pub crawl in their hometown that they never completed on their last day of school. After some coaxing they all agree and arrive in Newton Haven, slowly realizing there is something off about the people they grew up with.
|Ah, the 90s. A time before "Swag" and "YOLO"|
|Alternate title: Middle Aged Folks Save the World.|