Seth Rogen is a perfect example of how the most mediocre and bland people are making it into mainstream Hollywood these days. Anyone not brown-nosing this clown will surely admit that as an Actor he’s so indistinctive he almost blends into the set, in fact his face is so mind-numbingly dull that watching Rogen in a movie is like watching some nerd visiting Comic-Con, I mean he looks more excited and elated with his surroundings than we the audience are watching him. It really is a stretch when he’s sold to us as a leading man.
After appearing in a few turds by Judd Apatow, Seth has since carved a niche for himself in Hollywood as the middle-American man-child in every middle-of-the-road comedy made in the last decade. You can catch this twat appearing alongside equally lame fannies to form a cluster of unfunny cunts, whether it’s James “Lame James Dean Wannabe” Franco, Craig “Lame Eggplant” Robinson, or Danny “Lame Hick” McBride, they’re all so annoying that you’d rather watch a Paul Feig movie. When not hanging around these lames, Rogen is usually littering the world of film with his partner-in-crime Evan Goldberg. These two 30-something dweebs have created some piss-poor examples of comedy with “The Interview” being the epitome of their collective excrement, in fact the film was so shite that Sony had to use that bullshit hacking story to market the movie (like Kim Jong-un would give a toss about a crappy throwaway flick).
Aside from the banal script, the clichéd plot, and the sub-par acting, there was the tacky and offensive anti-North Korean and anti-Asian gags that made you wince with embarrassment. I guess these two Jews enjoy stereotyping and mocking other races and creeds but would probably find jokes about Israel or Jews offensive, what a pair of hypocritical sellouts. Resorting to the most hackneyed racist jokes about North Koreans and Asians in general, the film was like a check-list of worn-out comedy racism; Asians speak differently… queue the contrived “L” and “R” mix-up joke, Asian words sound a bit like rude English stuff… queue the “Dong” joke, and let’s not forget every racist’s favourite; the Asian dog eating joke. Although this type of prejudice may have been acceptable a couple of decades ago, these days it’s offensive, contrived, and downright lazy. Then, on top of the ethnic enmity, there was the plethora of out-of-style references, from mentioning lame pop acts like Katy Perry to asking the tired-arsed Eminem for a cameo. The shear amount of out-of-touch elements in this movie were staggering, I had to pinch myself to check this wasn’t the frigging noughties.
Ignoring the non-talents of Evan Goldberg, it is Seth Rogen that is the most annoying since it’s his face I have to endure every time I walk into the cinema. With his Austin Powers specks and his $2 haircut, making him look like some Tech Support worker that’s wondered onto set, it’s mind-boggling how this tit has made it in the world of film. Laughing and snorting like Gracie Hart in “Miss Congeniality” and with a face that resembles pubes stuck to a balloon, this chubby-faced, walking scrotum makes someone like Jason Segel look handsome, fuck knows why this prick is allowed to ruin the literal face of film comedy.
So let’s face facts, Seth Rogen is an overrated piss-ant; “This Is The End” and “The Interview” proves he can’t direct, “This Is The End”, “Green Hornet”, and “The Watch” proves he can’t write, and his entire filmography proves he can’t act, so why the fuck is he still working?