This is the End Review: Rapture, Sweet Rapture

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    This is the funniest movie I've ecer watched in my life. I think this review took the movie too seriously, with the plot and endings and all. It's a comedy, it's not really suppose to make sense. It's suppose to make you cry because of laughing so hard!! So basically, they did a pretty good job. The ending was awesome!


    I honestly am befuddled that these guys continue to get movie roles.


    I prefer nice young Jewish actors like Logan Lerman, Natalie Portman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Mila Kunis, Andrew Garfield, etc.


    This review is way too critical of a movie that honestly shouldn't be taken too seriously. Give these guys credit where credit is due. "Very little effort" you say? You must have forgotten how hard writing creatively is, Mr. Reporter. Not to mention, these funny lines weren't scripted but rather trial and error improv. A couple things I didn't see coming but how many great movies didn't have predictable endings? They all have foreshadowing. The entire reason was for us to be rooting for them to be saved and add comedy to make these guys loveable. Sometimes, a writer doesn't need a great plot, just likeable and relatable characters.

    Really guys, just go see it because it's one of those movies that will make you laugh beginning to end.


    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, when will it start?

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