Seth Rogen's New Movies

Arizona0%Arizona
6Our
rating
1:25:00

Storyline:When single mother Cassie Fowler (Rosemarie DeWitt) witnesses a murder, she falls into a deep mess.

The Night Before0%The Night Before
8Our
rating
1:41:00

Storyline:Many people take Christmas as an occasion to spend contemplative and quiet days with their loved ones. However, the three high school friends Ethan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Isaac (Seth Rogen) and Chris (Anthony Mackie) have a completely different tradition. Each year, they meet on Christmas Eve to make New York City insecure and have it ripped off at a fat party. Although men are nibbling more and more in the wake of the excessive night with increasing age, they do not think about turning down a gear at their annual break. But this year, the gentlemen know that their last Christmas meeting is due. Different ways of life are emerging, including the founding of a family: Isaac and his girlfriend Betsy (Jillian Bell) will have a baby. So the buddy trio wants to let it out and celebrate it on the best Christmas party. In the luggage, the boys have a gift from Betsy: a colorful mix of drugs ...

Steve Jobs0%Steve Jobs
8Our
rating
2:02:00

Storyline:Biopic about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender). The life of the visionary, who died in 2011, is not treated from birth to death, but focuses on the events behind the scenes of three product presentations, the presentations by Macintosh (1984), NeXT (1988) and iMac (1988). The Mac goes back to the idea of ​​creating and selling a computer for everyone. But soon there are first conflicts between Jobs and one of the other Apple founders, Steve Wozniak (Seth Rogen). Jobs gets nasty from the marketing boss of the Mac, Joanna Hoffman (Kate Winslet), and Apple CEO John Sculley (Jeff Daniels) fights for power. Professionally, the equally authoritative as well as visionary jobs experience some turbulence - and also privately. So he initially refuses to recognize his daughter Lisa (Makenzie Moss), which he has with ex-girlfriend Chrisann Brenna (Katherine Waterston) ... The film is based on "Steve Jobs. The Authorized Biography of the Apple Founder "by Walter Isaacson, which appeared in 2011.

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising0%Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
7Our
rating
1:32:00

Storyline:After Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly Radner (Rose Byrne) had delivered a fierce guerrilla war with the boys from the neighborly Studentenverbindungshaus, peace has finally returned and the bourgeois life of the Radners takes its course: little daughter Stella finally falls asleep, Kelly is pregnant again and the move to the suburb is imminent. But just as the couple wants to sell their house for sale, a fraternity is moving into the house next door - and the girls from Kappa Nu, led by the cunning Shelby (Chloë Grace Moretz), are even more festive than the boys before and transform the contemplative Street in a garbage party zone. In this situation no one wants to buy a house and so the Radners get advice from their ex-archenemy, the former compound ruffian Teddy (Zac Efron).

Sausage Party0%Sausage Party
8Our
rating
1:29:00

Storyline:For food in the supermarket, there is only one true purpose in life: to be put into a shopping cart and to be allowed to go home to a person, in order to get into a kind of heavenly paradise! Wurst Frank (voice in the original: Seth Rogen) wishes nothing more than to be there finally plugged into the sexy hot dog bun Brenda (Kristen Wiig). A jar of honey that has been returned to the store tries to warn the other products of the real, cruel fate that awaits them, but neither Frank and Brenda nor their delicious colleagues like Sammy Bagel Jr. (Edward Norton) or Vash (David Krumholtz) want to believe the horror scenario - until they soon learn in the kitchen of a shopper on their own body, that the voracious giants even make a stop before small carrot children ...

The Disaster Artist0%The Disaster Artist
8Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:Tommy Wiseau (James Franco) and Greg Sestero (Dave Franco) meet in a drama school and quickly become friends through their shared admiration for James Dean and their shared dream of a career in Hollywood. Greg admires Tommy for his fearlessness on stage and for never giving up, but they quickly realize that they have no chance of an acting career. There comes an idea: Why not just shoot a movie? Tommy writes the script, buys the necessary equipment from his own money and hires a film crew - and production can start. But it quickly turns out that Tommy, the lead actor, producer, director and author in person, has no idea about filmmaking, but that does not mean he has to rely on the experienced script supervisor Sandy Schklair (Seth Rogen), the only voice in the world Reason, pure talk ...