This is the End

Do More Magazine

Chocker-block full of celebrity cameos, ‘This is the End’ invites you to the best A-list celebrity party in LA, featured at the new pad of James Franco.

Playing fictional versions of themselves, favourite comic stars Seth Rogan and Jonah Hill, alongside James Franco, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson, begin their fight for survival, trapped in a house after a series of apocalyptic events devastate Los Angeles.

If you’re looking for an evening of light entertainment with a pinch of randomness thrown in, then this is the movie for you. Complete with a full Backstreet Boys dance number, an exorcism, and an ongoing battle over who deserves to eat the one and only Milky Way bar, ‘This is The End’ is delightfully tongue-in-cheek.

Rihanna, Channing Tatum and Paul Rudd are just a sample of the cameos on offer, though it remains to be seen if any of them are worthy enough to survive the apocalypse.

Directed by Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg, an impressive repertoire of movie references ensures that the film is not short on laughs, even if it does become slightly predictable.
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Becky Bye - Freelance Writer