Review: “This Is The End” came up from the minds of its two directors and screenwriters: Seth Rogen (also actor) and Evan Goldberg. Their idea was simply put six Hollywood young actors playing themselves in an end-of-the-world situation. Firstly they will get locked up inside the house of James Franco who was holding a party, and later they will be confronted by grotesque threats on the streets. In the meantime, the plot not wanting to stand only by the comedy standards, made an incursion in horror (with exorcism and cannibalism) and sci-fi (blue light beams coming from the sky and demonic creatures). The film, poorly directed, started with some suitable jokes, but then it fell in a cadence that was too stupid to be taken seriously and too dumb to be funny, like when six indelicate guys facing a delicate situation, put up a fight for a Milky Way. Even with some surprises, the impact was null, making this gaudy and often gross apocalyptic parody, a pointless bad joke. Its anarchic manners became messy at all levels, and I got bored most of the time, looking desperately to say ‘This Is The End’ of the movie. Comedy fanatics may say wonders about it, but for me this was nothing more than a decontextualized, hysterical, and imbecile film. Definitely, not my cup of tea!