Articles Posted in the " Seth Rogen " Category

  • This is the End

    Returning to LA to visit friend and Knocked Up co-star Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel is looking forward to a quiet night in. Upon his arrival, however, he learns that they have been invited to a party at James Franco’s new house, and, reluctantly, accompanies Rogen across town. Before he can convince his friend to take…

  • The Guilt Trip

    If you’re an avid visitor to BFF, you would have no doubt taken a gander at this Monday’s Face/Off which featured the illustrious Barbra Streisand. After a 16 year stint away from the Hollywood scene (disturbed only shortly by a supporting role in Ben Stiller’s Meet the Fockers and Little Fockers) Babs is back on the big screen accompanied by the comedic talents of Seth Rogen. Let’s see how she did…

  • The Watch

    Riddled with more polished, well-executed and genuinely laugh-out-loud comedic moments than many of its contemporary predecessors, as a showcase for veteran funnymen Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill, The Watch is ideal. However, by trying to force square emotional pegs in round comic holes, The Watch suffers under the pressure to prove its legitimacy by incorporating a “depth” which is both unnecessary and poorly-executed.

  • Take This Waltz

    Have you ever wondered what happens after the “happily ever after” ending? Wonder no longer. Sarah Polley’s brutally honest film, Take This Waltz, examines the idea of the effect a long-term relationships has on love, with painful, remarkable and immensely moving results. Can we ever keep the flames of passion alive?

  • 50/50

    Simple, clever, funny and kind, self-styled “cancer comedy” 50/50 offers a lot more than its marketing might suggest. A brilliantly aware, honest look at a tale that one in three of us will live with; wonderful writing, careful casting and Seth Rogan at his thankfully un-irritating best make this an absolute masterclass.