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Why The World's End Is Edgar Wright's Most Mature Movie

Edgar Wright is one of the most signature reinventors of genre working today. Wright’s films openly acknowledge and frequently reference their classical inspirations, but they’re not outright parodies that fail to develop an identity of their own. Shaun of the Dead is obviously indebted to the work of George Romero, but it stands alone as a compelling story of a friendship that’s no longer productive. Hot Fuzz is a critique of restrictive communities unwelcoming to outsiders that also happens to be filled with callbacks to classic buddy cop films (most notably Point Break and Bad Boys II). Although it's likely his most sincere work, Baby Driver successfully merges the innocence of classic Hollywood romances within an epic car chase saga of the Bullitt and The French Connection era.



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