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Review: 'This is the End' the going-away party of apocalypse movies

5:26 PM, Jun. 11, 2013
Trailer: 'This Is The End'
Trailer: 'This Is The End': An all-star class of Hollywood celebrities (including Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Michael Cera) attend a party at James Franco's house in southern California when the apocalypse begins.
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The lads of Hollywood's "Pot Pack" get together for a riotous riff on The Rapture in "This is the End," an often hilarious/generally irreverent comedy about the Biblical apocalypse as seen through the windows of a movie star's mansion.

Seth Rogen & Co. cooked up this all-star romp, a much funnier, less preachy and just as credulous take on New Testament accounts of The End than the equally blasphemous "Rapture Palooza."

Inventing versions of their real selves to play, "End" begins with old Rogen pal Jay Baruchel visiting him in Los Angeles, getting baked and complaining about Rogen's running ...

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