Posts Tagged: NICK FROST


REVIEW: The World’s End

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One of the most depressing things about this summer's crop of disappointing blockbusters, other than the movies themselves, was having people act like you're some kind of killjoy, fun-police art snob every time you point out how bad they are.


‘Jar Jar Makes The Ewoks Look Like F*cking Shaft’: The 10 Funniest Pop Culture References On ‘Spaced’

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In honor of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright's new movie, here is a list of the funniest pop culture references in the brilliant "Spaced."


Review: ‘The World’s End’ Is Sci-Fi And Comedy At Its Best

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'The World's End' might just be the summer's best movie. Why, explained in our review.


The Premature Case For The Cornetto Trilogy Being The Greatest Trilogy

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Al the reasons "The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy" should be your favorite trilogy.


We’ve Got Wood: The Edgar Wright Art Show Is Now Online

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Gallery 1988's Edgar Wright Art Show includes works inspired by Spaced, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and The World's End.


'The World's End': Five Things You Should Know

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'The World's End' is possibly the best comedy this summer and the best science fiction movie into the bargain.


Samuel Jackson's Purple Lightsaber From 'Star Wars' Has 'Bad Motherf#&ker' Engraved On It

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Samuel Jackson was reunited with a purple lightsaber from 'Star Wars' on 'The Graham Norton Show'.


'The World's End' Deploys A New Trailer

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Do we really need to say anything other than it's Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright in a movie that mixes bar-crawling and robot-fighting?


At Long Last, It’s The Full Trailer For ‘The World’s End’

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The World’s End is the long-awaited final chapter in the strangely-titled <a href="" target="_blank">Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy</a>, and as <a href="" target="_blank">the first official trailer revealed</a>, this installment involves five childhood friends who reunite in their hometown to once again try to accomplish the famed “Golden Mile”.


All three fence gags in Edgar Wright’s Coronetto trilogy, Giffed

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I've been a big fan of Edgar Wright's movies for a few years now, and even despite this and the fact that I write about movies for a living, it wasn't until I posted The <a href="" target="_blank">World's End trailer</a> last week that I heard anything about "fence gags" or "the blood and ice cream trilogy.


TRAILER: Edgar Wright’s The World’s End, starring Simon Pegg & Nick Frost

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If Iron Man 3 marks the official beginning of summer movie season, you could make a case that it closes out with Edgar Wright's The World's End, which opens October 25th August 23rd (though you smarmy Brits will be able to see it August 14th <a href="" target="_blank">July 19th</a>).

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"Ant-Man"'s Delayed For a While, But For An Awesome Reason

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"Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz" are two very, very funny movies that combine genres that shouldn't work together (romantic slacker comedy and zombie movie, and psychological thriller and idiot buddy cop movie, respectively) and turn them into sheer genius.


The Best Of #Hot Fuzz

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I could sit here and make up some topical reason to pay tribute to Hot Fuzz, but being topical is overrated, and Hot Fuzz is super awesome and that's really all the reason I need.


Sideways Brohawks vs. Aliens: New Attack the Block trailer

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After the jump, I've got the new red-band trailer for Attack the Block ("Inner City vs.


The Adventures of Tintin still looks… motion capturey

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We've been hearing about The Adventures of TinTin: Secret of the Unicorn (directed by Steven Spielberg, produced by Peter Jackson) for what feels like decades, and finally, the first teaser is here.


“Attack the Block” finds distributor, but will it have subtitles?

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I wasn't able to attend SXSW because one of my stupid friends got married like an idiot, but virtually everyone I heard from who <a href="" target="_blank">saw Attack the Block</a>, the Edgar Wright-produced tale of an alien invasion striking a South London housing project, said it it was the movie of the festival.


Review: Paul is like one long wink

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Not to excuse indifference to bloggerly responsibilities on my part, but Paul is the kind of movie that isn't a lot of fun to review.


WITNESS: The Sideways Brohawk, the new coolest haircut of all time

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Here we have the trailer for Attack the Block, opening this Spring in the UK (no release date set in the US yet), which is basically Shaun of the Dead, but with aliens instead of zombies, and a group of black kids instead of Simon Pegg.


New red-band trailer for Paul

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I already want to see Paul, Greg Mottola's homage to Mac & Me starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and the voice of Seth Rogen as a wacky alien, so I'm not going to watch this new red-band trailer.


New trailer for ‘Paul’ has fewer nutshots, more Jane Lynch

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Universal just released a new trailer for Paul, Greg Mottola's homage to ET, Mac & Me, Harry and the Hendersons, etc.

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