Excerpt: A surprisingly good film, that uses real life friendships to lift this movie up to "good" status. I think one of the best things that they did was use their real names in this film. It gave the film a small base in reality. One that featured demons and Satan himself walking the Earth, but some reality. The film reminded me a little-bit of Night of the Living Dead.
Excerpt: Als je van flauwe humor houdt dan is dit wat voor jou. De cast die er in speelt maakt de film grappig en leuk. De acteurs spelen in de film daadwerkelijk henzelf. De aloude vete tussen hemel en hel maakt dat de spelers een keuze moeten maken tussen opoffering voor elkaar of de dood. Verschillende scenes komen voor bij die wat fantasie nodig hebben om te snappen, maar de onverwachte momenten in de film maken dat weer goed.
Summary: This is essentially an ad-libbed film with a bunch of buddies set in James Franco's house during the Apocalypse. Great cameo turns from Michael Cera and Emma Watson (along with a host of other stars - many of whom die horribly). It's stupid, but in a good way - but you have to be a fan of Rogen, Hill and co. to really get the most enjoyment out of this.
Summary: This is one of the most ridiculous movies I've ever seen, but it was so fun to watch. I love all of the actors in this movie and they all played great caricatures of themselves. It wasn't the most hysterical thing I've ever seen but it had great moments.
Excerpt: This is the beginning of promising directing careers for both Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg - that is, if they continue to direct. As they mash together elements of comedy, elements of horror, and elements of action on one big delicious plate, Rogen and Goldberg craft an energizer that is equally hilarious and relentlessly entertaining.