The third and final entry into the Cornetto trilogy, The World's End, offered the wildest story yet, but also offered a more dramatic side for the actors not yet seen in the two previous films.
The film follows five high-school friends as they return to their hometown of Newton Haven to complete "The Golden Mile," but find that everyone in town has been replaced by robots full of blue ink instead of blood. The five decide to try and finish "The Golden Mile" to appear as though they don't know about the invasion, but must also fight their way out of town as the night progresses.
The movie was a well-choreographed fight fest with plenty of hilarious dialogue, great visual effects and some really good dramatic performances from the cast as well, especially Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. While the ending could've been better, it was still a great conclusion to an awesome trilogy.
So, with that in mind, let's take a walk back down "The Golden Mile" and test your memory of the film.
"They called me 'The King." Because that's my name:_____________."
"Ollie fancied himself as a bit of a player, but really he was an old man. We called him ________..."
"______ was the baby of the group."
"_______ was my wingman...He loved me and I'm not being funny, but I loved him too."
In what order do the boys quit The Mile the first time?
What jobs do the boys have in the present?
"Tonight, we will be partaking in a liquid repast as we wind our way up The Golden Mile. Commencing with an inaugural tankard in ________..."
"...then onto _________..."
Who is the only human in the town to explain what is happening?
Who in the group gets changed into blanks?
What is the name of the evil entity controlling the blanks?
"We want to be free. We want to be free to do what we wanna do. And we want to get loaded. And we want to have a good time. And that's what we're gonna do." Who said this?
Who does Sam end up with in the end?
What does it say on the ceiling of the Bowls Club?
How does the film itself end?
Which color Cornetto makes an appearance in the film?
How much did you remember?