Our five faves of the moment: 'The World's End,' Questlove's 'Mo Meta Blues' and more

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  • Updated: August 24, 2013 - 2:00 PM

1 “The World’s End” is about five pals on a reunion booze-up that goes seriously haywire. It’s outrageous satire, bruisingly funny slapstick and — while never too snooty to stoop for lowdown laughs — deliciously smart besides. This is the third collaboration between uproarious English comedians Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and director Edgar Wright (“Shaun of the Dead,” “Hot Fuzz”). “The World’s End” is such a blissful, crackbrained extravaganza that you hope the end never arrives.

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thynebillAug. 25, 13 8:43 AM

As a long time fan of the Roots (well before their Jimmy Fallon days), I snatched up the Questlove book as soon as it was released this summer. I have recommended it to many people and I always start by telling them you don't have to be a fan of the band or hip-hop in general to enjoy it. It is very refreshing to learn about the life and thoughts of a true modern musician who loves music and is always trying to find ways to mature and grow through his craft. An excellent book!

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