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This Is the End
Nothing ruins a party like the end of the world.
While attending a party at James Franco's house, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and many other celebrities are faced with the apocalypse.
YES! YES! YES!
If I could describe This Is the End in one word: A BLAST! This was probably the most fun I've ever had in a movie theater.
The all-star cast, the script, and the chaos was just all amazing! Everyone in this movie is so likable. These guys aren't even playing characters, they were being themselves! The chemistry is just outstanding. This Is the End is like a big inside joke, and we are all a part of it laughing our asses off with the cast.
Just look at this cast. I mean how could you not love a movie with: James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Craig Robinson, and Danny McBride. Are you serious!? These…
Oh My God! I now seriously feel like wanting to put on my Daniel Bryan “Respect the Beard” T-shirt, get myself pumped up, scruff up my beard with pride, raise my hands towards the Heaven with my fingers straight up and go on a parade shouting
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Good Heavens YES! This is the ultimate. This is like my special food. This is the End is the one film that I have been specifically waiting for all this while and finally I watched it. Now I feel like having experienced the Stoner Comedy Nirvana. Holy Yes. I am so happy that I am bordering on being called…
Fun is such an infectious thing. With perhaps the exception of Franco I don't care much for most of the cast involved. They've had their moments, but usually they only seem to do their thing and keep repeating that. In This is the End they do the exact same thing, but they do it while taking the piss out of each other and, most notably, themselves and their lifestyle.
That automatically imbues this film with an anarchic energy and humour that, despite its bouts of crass and lowbrow comedy, remains hilarious and entertaining because all involved clearly had an obscene amount of fun making this.
It's Rogen and Golberg's script that makes this ridiculous premise work. They play it straight,…
This Is the End is an indulgent but self-deprecating apocalyptic comedy from Seth Rogen and his famous friends. Holed up in James Franco’s palatial Hollywood house following the End of Days, a bunch of A-list comedians (and Jay Baruchel) try and survive Hell on Earth and each other. With each actor playing exaggerated or twisted versions of their onscreen personas this is a very knowing and self-referential comedy that predominantly succeeds because of their willingness to openly mock their own image.
Despite the strong word of mouth I wasn’t particularly keen on seeing this. I rarely find the likes of Rogen, Hill and McBride funny and the premise sounded like it could descend into an indulgent circle jerk. Thankfully the…
We just get paid to act like we're hard… but we're not! We're soft! We're soft as baby shit!
This film, above all else, is about male friendships being put to the test after the complete collapse of society with the necessity of proper social etiquette no longer being relevant. It explores the mysteries of that bond that is male friendship within the male psyche. So obviously it contains references to masturbation, sodomy, drugs, pornography, homo-eroticism and a tasteful giant penis statue. All those are a given.
Only about a quarter of the jokes in This Is The End hit home for me, which is enough to still make it one of the funnest comedies of this century! The film is just relentless in its jokes; blunt raunch, hilarious satire, classy comedic diminishing, and in its own right a power punch end-all to all of the comedies of recent years. Its improvised energy is unbelievably irrepressible, and the straight-up good time that the truly funny cast is having on screen is just plain impossible to resist, despite any feelings that anyone may have towards the cast before seeing it. It's just a seriously, goofy good time.
It's almost, in its own right, the answer to the Marx…
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This is unquestionably extraordinarily self-indulgent, and that should be apparent, well before the Backstreet Boys show up for the second-campiest song-and-dance number set in cinematic heaven – “Christmas in Heaven” from The Meaning of Life, still holds that crown. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it’s pretty lazy to have people playing little more than exaggerated caricatures of themselves, even if you might not be wrong to claim that has been Rogen’s standard approach throughout his career. However, I cannot argue that Michael Cera does, indeed, die in spectacular fashion, and it’s nice to have another deeply-held religious belief confirmed by the movie – that Cera is indeed the unrepentant asshole he portrays in his movies.
I love this movie so damn much <3333
Yesterday, I watched the greatest movie ever made. There is a spoof of that movie in this movie. Today, I watched the funniest movie ever made. This Is The End is fucking incredible in every fucking way
this is one of the few movies with a large comedic cast that actually works because there's a story that moves forward with the jokes and moments, even if it's an aggressively strange story
Maybe not as great as my first viewing, but nonetheless a great comedy.
Hilarious! This is the End is everything you would expect from a movie starring Seth Rogen. It has all of the elements that make these kinds of movies great and so much star power that you just can't take it seriously at points. This movie took performances that every actor was known for and threw it all together into a one hour and 45 minute feature that will keep you entertained the entire time. I especially enjoyed Emma Watson's and Craig Robinson's performances, and the way Jonah Hill played opposite sides to his character. Overall, well done.
“I don’t wanna die at James Franco’s house!”
The idea of This Is The End is by far the highlight of the film, with an endless amount of comedic actors portraying themselves at a party at James Franco’s house. Unfortunately, the film feel the need to constantly underline the fact that the actors are playing themselves – but the big problem here is that almost everybody is just playing the same kind of characters they always do. It could be argued that Franco, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel etc. are very much like the characters they’re usually playing, but it’s still uninteresting to see them go through the same tired stereotypes as they usually do.
There’s a few exceptions to this,…
im in a terrible place rn and my mom suggested that i watch something funny and this sure did the trick!
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