Operation Kino 117 Review: Seth Rogen's This Is the End Avoids the Apatow Apocalypse

This week David Ehrlich, Matt Patches, and Jordan Raup of TheFilmStage.com play themselves in a review of Seth Rogen's directorial debut This Is the End. Rogen alongside James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Craig Robinson, and Danny McBride in the apocalyptic comedy, but does the meta-approach work wonders or signal the end of the Apatow era? Along with the review, we'll hear David and Jordan's pick for this week lightning round and pick your answers.

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This week's music:

"Everybody" by Backstreet Boys

"How to Disappear Completely" by Radiohead