The World’s End is the spiritual end to what is colloquial known as The Cornetto trilogy, a series of films loosely connected by three men, Nick Frost, Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright. Known for his kinetic visual style and masterful, almost John Wick-esque use of Checkov’s gun, Wright never makes a film that isn’t crammed full of random, blink-and-you’d-miss-them details. Like all of the hybrid cars in The World’s End.
Earnie Shavers is a veritable legend in the world of boxing thanks almost entirely to the force he was able to exert while punching things. In his prime Shavers’ punch-prowess was so well known amongst rival boxers that even Muhammad Ali didn’t want none, something Shavers himself is rightfully all kinds of proud of.
Superman is a fictional character defined by his literally perfect, Adonis-like physique and most every actor who has played him over the years has had to commit to working out at least a little bit so they don’t look ridiculous in the Man of Steel dick-huggingly tight suit. A fact that resulted in Christopher Reeve having to train with Darth fucking Vader.
People have a tendency to get like, super attached to their pets, which makes sense given that they provide unconditional love, companionship and are all kinds of fuzzy. In fact, we’d guess that there are many people out there who’d do anything for their furry friend short of kill someone. A thought we assumed must have occurred to a guy called Henry McNish at least once when some dickhead had his cat shot.
Though the Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs sequel wasn’t as well received as the original film in the series, it’s still a pretty god-damn awesome movie. Part of the movie’s appeal (for children at least) was the sheer amount of puns it contains, amazingly, almost all of them were thought up in a single weekend by one guy.