While The World’s End largely works, it is not without flaws. The second half teeters on the verge of collapsing under its own ridiculousness, and the ending is quite out of control. Pegg’s character is not as endearing as some of his previous roles.
And although the movie has heart, it does not quite hold together as well as the previous two movies this team has made. In the end, anyone who has enjoyed the two previous movies should check this film out as well.
It is not a must-see, but it is strong enough to earn a B.
Final Grade: B