This Is The End is the film where the actors play the exaggerated truths of themselves and discover that life is a long hard road to self-righteousness.

James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill and Craig Robinson play themselves when an apocalypse interrupts an A-Lists party at Franco’s house. With cameos such as Rihanna, Michael Cera, Jason Segel, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and loads more. This Is The End is full of well-known actors who are stuck on earth to die and pay for their sins.

Danny McBride plays himself in a supporting role and brings the funny factor into the fold by causing tension in the group of survivors and making them realise that they are all mugs and are obnoxious! Emma Watson also has a supporting role and she definitely steps out from the Hermione type-cast and bring her kick-ass self out!

This Is The End is smart and silly material that in some ways is strong and in other ways is a complete flop that you just laugh at in disbelief. The ending is so out of this world that you cannot believe that it is happening but it is heavenly good!

Seth Rogen and his regular writing partner, Evan Goldberg, also directed This Is The End and they were confident directors at that. They created the funniest and wildest comedy film that MAY be the BEST of 2013. Bringing their celebrity status and life-style to the table in a disaster movie is pure brilliance, but sometimes it does lose track and goes over to the ‘what-the-hell-is-happening’ side.

This Is The End, the comedy disaster film set in Hollywood, doing the walk of shame with its residents of fame. So get that Milky-Bar out and enjoy the laughter-filled film.

*SUBBER’S NOTES: Once again, not sure if you’re referring to the people or the places here, whether this is intended or not. Also, avoid excessive repetition of the film title, find other ways to reference the movie such as ‘the film features…’ ‘the plot is…’ rather than ‘This Is The End is…’.

Date Publish of Review: 6/07/2021