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Let me start by saying I'm a Seth Rogen fan.  I think if you liked Superbad, Knocked Up, and Pineapple Express, you'll love it.  If not, I don't know what to tell you. Its basically the same main cast from Pineapple Express with several cameos.  Michael Cera will probably shock you (he was hilarious)

 

It's kind of one of those 'stupid funny' movies with somewhat of an underlying religious (but not THAT religious) theme that plays a factor in the end of the movie. Don't let it scare you away, because it's definitely not preachy or anything.  Personally I laughed until I cried. I thought it was really really funny.

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My only question. Did Danny McBride bring his A game?

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My only question. Did Danny McBride bring his A game?

 

lmao, yes he did! Imo, he was a part of one of the funniest scenes in the movie

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When doesnt Danny Mcbride bring an A game..he could read the newspaper and I would be cracking up.

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Can't wait but I have to. :(

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I want to see it so bad....even most critics appear to really like it which is odd for this type of movie. Think I will go tomorrow.

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Yeah Danny mcbride is one of the funniest people on the planet. East bound and down is classic

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i've heard mixed reviews on this- although I enjoyed all the previous movies you listed to at least some degree; I will probably wait until it comes out on DVD

 

I read a fairly interesting article basically saying that This is the End should/could serve as a metaphor for Seth Rogen to move on from these type of movies

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Just got out of the movie. It started out beyond hilarious, but it seemed to taper off more and more towards the end. Still a really funny, laugh out loud kind of movie.

 

Wish they would've had the cameos continue on throughout the movie instead of having them all in the first 20 or so minutes and then leaving it at that.

 

Some of my favorite comedic actors had too small of parts in the movie, not that that's a bad thing that should be changed, but it would've been nice to see more of them. Paul Rudd, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jason Segel, and even Michael Cera, who had a relatively big part, but I like a lot as an actor and probably could've been utilized a bit longer. 

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its weird, im one of those people that likes pretty much every movie, but this one didn't do it for me. I actually found the internship a lot funnier which is weird because it got way worse reviews. my college won a free screening of "this is the end" in April so i got to see it way earlier which was pretty cool, Seth Rogen and Danny McBride came on campus and signed autographs and stuff as well. I didn't get to see them though :/ the overall movie experience was cool because it was free along with popcorn and drinks, but actually movie was blehhh not bad but definitely not a memorable to me.

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Just got out of the movie. It started out beyond hilarious, but it seemed to taper off more and more towards the end. Still a really funny, laugh out loud kind of movie.

 

Wish they would've had the cameos continue on throughout the movie instead of having them all in the first 20 or so minutes and then leaving it at that.

 

Some of my favorite comedic actors had too small of parts in the movie, not that that's a bad thing that should be changed, but it would've been nice to see more of them. Paul Rudd, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jason Segel, and even Michael Cera, who had a relatively big part, but I like a lot as an actor and probably could've been utilized a bit longer. 

 

Michael Cera was brilliant

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Loved it!  This might be the first thing I liked Michael Cera in since Arrested Dev, nice to see him play a different role for a change.  Danny Mcbride was awesome as usual

 

Plus, its really 2 movies in one cause you get a sneak peek of Pineapple Express 2

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