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[…] I cannot imagine returning to it the way one does to ‘Shaun of the Dead’ and ‘Hot Fuzz,’ hungry for fresh minutiae.” But this is a film all about returning, and the minutiae are there. This isn’t a problem, though, because the film, while comedic, isn’t ultimately a comedy. Although they conked out nine pubs in, King proudly pronounces the night the greatest of his life.From there we cut to an unflattering shot of him seated in sweats in a rehabilitation center, decrepit, gaunt, and totally spent.Part of the problem is that I went in with wrong expectations.
Prepare your own list to shine during dinners with family and friends. If you’re a man, get in the kitchen and start doing your bit. Understanding this doubleness is essential to reading the film properly. To reiterate: the mistake I made on my first viewing was to view the film as the third comedic installment in the “Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy”—an equal companion to doesn’t function the way the other two did, and I don’t think it wants to. If anything, he remains resolutely maverick the entire film, as changes around him.And if he is happier and healthier by the film’s end, it’s because he finds himself in a very different world. It may be because I’m currently reading a lot of medieval English poetry, but I see The World’s End as a deliberate evocation of Anglo-Saxon poems like “The Wanderer.” Its mood is deliberately somber, melancholic—elegiac. I know that this sounds completely counter-intuitive, but it works.
The French love a bit of poetic language, so quote some idiomatic French expressions on your dates to get yourself fluent in the language of love. Read the existentialists and as much boring French stuff as you can (Tip for you: the summaries on Wikipedia should suffice). We are obsessed with complicated words too (here are a few that you can use: gabegie, flavescent, lenifier. Men: take note, your French Valentine might not be as into it as you think.