Jay and Seth Versus the Apocalypse

Jay and Seth Versus the Apocalypse

Originally a roughly eight-minute short comedy film. It was adapted into a feature film, This Is the End. It follows the two friends and actors who have shut themselves in their apartment and argue over their predicament during some unspecified end-of-the-world event.

Originally a roughly eight-minute short comedy film. It was adapted into a feature film, This Is the End. It follows the two friends and actors who have shut themselves in their apartment and argue over their predicament during some unspecified end-of-the-world event. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jay and Seth Versus the Apocalypse torrent reviews

Gaspar O (ru) wrote: Awesome special effects, stellar acting, wonderful script. Whoops, nope, sorry, got this confused with something else. I do sometimes like a good bad movie, but this is not one of those. This is a big fat case of the artwork being ten times better than the film inside the box. Extra half star just for a fair amount of people...and boats...being eaten.

Andrew N (mx) wrote: Slightly better than the fourth but not by much.

Kevin G (kr) wrote: Its Ok, interesting web of stories but, let down by too many non actors putting in school play performances. Sometimes this method can turn up interesting slices of life, here it throws the actors into sharp relief making it feel more piecemeal than it should be. Riz Ahmed was very goods and Ed Skrein was very poor (I want to say shit but not adult enough for a review). I look forward to Mr Drew's next work, interesting to see what he can do with more money and professional cast. Worth seeing.

Aaron A (es) wrote: Absolutely brilliant film which has been very well written and directed by artist Plan B. Ill Manors tells the stories of various characters living in the east end very well and the film flows with ease. This has been one of those few films where I cant really find a fault with it. Ben Drew has made a masterpiece here!

Henry M (br) wrote: Very much enjoyed this movie due mostly to the convincing acting of those involved. The movie is straight to the point and sheds light on an issue many Americans aren't familiar with in the slightest. Leonardo DiCaprio shines as usual.

Zachary K (de) wrote: It's true to life 10 years later.

Laura M (us) wrote: This is my favorite film. It is outstanding, very dramatic. The story, the action scenes, everything about it is brilliant. I like the setting of the film during the Civil War Era and how John Dunbar helped the Sioux Indians.

Rohan D (de) wrote: the best hindi movie ever made

Logan M (kr) wrote: With possibly the greatest acting performance in cinema history, Marlon Brando undoubtedly made this movie.

Knox M (fr) wrote: From my favorite director, Robert Wise, Executive Suite didn't impress me as much as the likes of The Andromeda Strain, The Day The Earth Stood Still, and The Sand Pebbles. But, Executive Suite contains an interesting plot that isn't drawn out and a tight runtime.

Tim M (ru) wrote: Bette Davis is remarkable in this and the best part of the film. She carries the emotional current and her presence makes all the other roles better. We see Bogart and Reagan in small supporting roles and everyone does a solid job. A deep and rather dark theme for the time but it pulls it off delicately while not shirking from the ideals of the story.

Kay L (gb) wrote: Pretty funny. Surprising this never made it on my radar sooner.

Muffin M (nl) wrote: When a beautiful human/alien hybrid (Natasha Henstridge) escapes from observation, scientist Xavier Fitch (Ben Kingsley) dispatches a government assassin, an empath, a biologist and an anthropologist to find her. Tracing their prey to L.A., the crew discovers her horrific plan to mate with unsuspecting men and produce offspring that could destroy mankind. also stars Michael Madsen, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Caroline Barclay, Patricia Belcher, Gary Bullock and Michelle Williams.directed by Roger Donaldson.