Playing themselves, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson and Danny McBride are trapped with James Franco in his Hollywood home, when the end of the world commences during Franco’s party. After several days, their food and water are running out and their initial camaraderie begins to break down.
There are hilarious scenes with Emma Watson and Channing Tatum and some really excellent computer graphic devils and monsters, but there is also a lot of gross-out situations that will turn off much of the audience, especially women.
However, “the righteous will be saved,” so go find out who will enter the kingdom of heaven.
I give This Is The End a 4 out 5 for males 15 to 35 and a 3+ for the rest of you.