Some waning magic, some vanishing courage, some dumb beauty. This cinema sensation will not be recognized with awards. But be there no doubt about it, The World's End is the most important movie of the year.
In an intriguing rondo of capsule reviews, the relative values of flesh-eating humans vs. wild tacodiles vs. horny teen victims are explored, and, more importantly, we get a show out of three of the most disparate films possible.
It's wasted youth weekend at the Spotlight. Beabetterbooktalker.com's Andrea Lipinski joins Cinefantastique Online's Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and me to first cast a wary eye at the teen fantasy film The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.