Synopsis from Fandango:
Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel star as themselves along with Danny McBride, Jonah Hill, and Craig Robinson in this end-of-days comedy that finds the actors hiding out with James Franco in his house as the apocalypse decimates L.A. outside
This is the End is just as funny on a second watching though anticipating some of the one liners takes the jolting laughter and stows it in a somewhat lower nervous reaction. It's overly positive. Michael Cera is still the funniest damn person in the movie followed up by Danny McBride. I love 'em both. Now I have to go watch East Bound and Down as quick as a bunny to catch up for the next season. The small screen may detract from the overall dread and sheer size of the end of times as conveyed on the super larger theater screen with theater sound and a theater audience reaction. It works. Maybe you pick up on a joke or two you didn't before, and relive the moments where you understood what homage was being paid to what classic horror picture. It's like an old friend coming to visit on judgement day, but hey, he brought pumpkin bread.
You can laugh at this movie. It's honest and over the top in the best way. You can tell that Rogen and co just let everyone improvise and do the comedic equivalent of play. That's what it's like when you watch it with friends; it makes you feel just that good.
This is the End is available October 1. You can pick up it up HERE.