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A holiday gathering threatens to go off the rails when Ned Fleming realizes that his daughter's Silicon Valley millionaire boyfriend is about to pop the question.
Many of the paintings in Laird's house were actually done by James Franco himself. He is acknowledged for them in the movie's closing credits. Franco is an avid painter and his artwork is featured in many of his films. Also see Trivia for This Is the End (2013).
So glad to meet you. Family baby, fuck yeah!
When Ned Fleming goes to 'his' bowling alley and starts throwing strikes, not all are technically strikes as indicated by the lane shot number light above the pins. Some strikes were actually the second shot of the bowling frame, so they''d only count as Spares.
There is a scene with Gustav after the first credits.
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