During the time it took me to post this, there were 8,000,028 birthday cakes flushed around the world down hotel toilets.
Watched this film again last night and it really does stand out more and more the great collaboration and cinematic chemistry that editor Chris Dickens and writer/director Edgar Wright must have. The creative use of transitions throughout the film is worth a view alone just paying attention to it. The overall editing of sequences from the smallest and most obscure to the larger set pieces all seem so carefully planned out that their onscreen realization beautifully plays out with perfect harmony. As a whole the film never misses a beat. If you ever re-watch the film definitely pay attention not only to the many creative transitions, but also the editing of the smallest moments, pure gold!
::: 40th Sitges – Filmmaker Edgar Wrightâ€™s Secret Lee Marvin Pose (Blake)
Official still used in the international release of the film.
::: IMDb Profile