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From left: Martin Freeman (Oliver Chamberlain), Paddy Considine (Steven Prince), Simon Pegg (Gary King), Nick Frost (Andy Knightley) and Eddie Marsan (Peter Page) in The World's End

‘The World’s End’ review: Literally

The World's End is British comedy gold, pure and simple. Written with razor-sharp British wit (which means lots of straight-laced humour, puns and even visual gags) by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, it rounds up their "Cornetto Trilogy" (named so because they feature a Cornetto flavour in each of them), which includes Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, two other comedies in the same vein.

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