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Lift a Pint for the 'World's End' Gag Reel

By Steven Lloyd Wilson | Trailers | November 21, 2013 | Comments ()


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The World’s End was probably the most entertaining movie I saw this year. I mean, Getaway will always hold a special place in my heart, but it’s in that dark little corner where I put the porcelain dolls of all the people who have ever hurt me, their heads covered in black silk so that they can never look at me again. I know not to look in that place since the last time I came back from it I couldn’t get clean for days and days.

But yeah, um, The World’s End was fun. I thought it was far and away the best of the Cornetto Trilogy, and though there are those who disagree, that’s okay. I couldn’t be so right, if so much of the world wasn’t so wrong so much of the time.

In any case, we’ve got two videos here for you, gag reel out takes from The World’s End. For the most part it’s actors riffing on extemporaneous lines, but then these are the sorts of actors who could really just do that all day and sell it as a cheap high. I don’t normally care much for the extra content on DVDs, but then I don’t really need to because any of it worth watching finds its way onto the internet anyway. Here you go:

Ah, that’s the stuff. Drink up. Let’s Boo-Boo.




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  • Simon Pegg's enthusiasm was so damn contagious through that whole movie. I was grinning like an idiot every time he was on screen--he just totally owned it.

  • Uriah_Creep

    After reading your first paragraph, SLW, I feel like you have a future in American Horror Story: Spalding's Funhouse.

  • WestCoastPat

    I will give this another try, but I imagine the last 10 minutes will still ruin the film for me.

  • PDamian

    Sweet Jeebus, I loved this movie. I expect the Blu-Ray to arrive from Amazon today or tomorrow, and I look forward to the entire gag reel. The bit of Cornetto wrapper trash blowing by Nick Frost and his look of longing as it escaped him was perfect.

  • Guest

    I just picked up The World's End / Hot Fuzz / Shaun of the Dead Trilogy Bluray and will be marathoning to avoid any Doctor Who spoillers this weekend.

    The World's End and Star Trek are easily the two best movies I've saw this year. I love the Primal Scream title sequence.

    S.o.t.D => H.F > T.W.E.

  • Pants-are-a-must

    I was wondering how many takes it took Pegg to get through that mouthful of a speech.

  • My favorite remains Hot Fuzz, but that's because of my deep and abiding love for 80s action movies. That said, I think the best is The World's End, because it's really, really funny, but also far more mature and assured. It's also the only one that's just full of sadness, which you wouldn't necessarily expect in a comedy.

  • idiosynchronic

    That's a brilliant statement of what's 'best', and why a favorite is not always, and doesn't need to be 'best'.

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