Movies from Seth Rogen

Defending Your Life

In an afterlife resembling the present-day US, people must prove their worth by showing in court how they have demonstrated courage.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Rip Torn was incredible. His work on The Larry Sanders Show was hysterical but nothing is better than the way he says “Big Bear” in Defending Your Life. I still laugh just thinking about it.
Movies from Seth Rogen

The Lonely Island Presents: The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience

The Lonely Island spoofs Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire in this visual rap album set in the Bash Brothers' 1980s heyday.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Please do yourselves a favor and watch @thelonelyisland BASH BROTHERS special on Netflix. These wonderful geniuses have been blessing us for years and years and I’m thankful.
Movies from Seth Rogen

Uncut Gems

Howard Ratner, a charismatic New York City jeweler always on the lookout for the next big score, makes a series of high-stakes bets that could lead to the windfall of a lifetime.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Go see Uncut Gems in a theater if you can. It’s a manic, tense, psychedelic, hilarious, insanely well executed film. As soon as it ended the audience burst in to applause. It felt like we all got off a ride together.
Movies from Seth Rogen

Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
The more I make films, the more impressed I am by good blocking and staging. And the more aware I am of bad blocking and staging. The Spahn Ranch scene in OUATIH is a good example of brilliant staging. Thanks for your time.
Movies from Seth Rogen

Ruthless People

A couple, cheated by a vile businessman, kidnap his wife in retaliation, without knowing that their enemy is delighted they did.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
I feel like Memphis modern is gonna come back. If you don’t know what this design style is, watch the movie Ruthless People (which is also just a great movie). This has been a very specific tweet.
Movies from Seth Rogen

Coming to America

Prince Akeem, heir to the throne of Zamunda, leaves the tropical paradise kingdom in search of his queen. What better place than Queens, New York, to find his bride? Joined by his loyal servant and friend, Semmi, Akeem attempts to blend in as an ordinary American and begin his search.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Coming to America: Again, you talk about structure. It’s, structurally, very simple and yet, it’s an unbelievably well put-together movie. The way John Landis and Eddie Murphy approach it in such a new, interesting way…I love that movie. It’s just so fucking funny.
Movies recommended by Seth Rogen
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Seth Rogen VHS Collection

Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
TV Shows from Seth Rogen

1600 Penn

1600 Penn is an American single camera television comedy series about a dysfunctional family living in the White House.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
1600 Penn is a wonderful and hilarious show that gives me an erection so big, I puke. Watch it!!!!!
TV Shows from Seth Rogen

The Story of Film: An Odyssey

A worldwide guided tour of the greatest movies ever made and the story of international cinema through the history of cinematic innovation.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
If you're REALLY into movies and have about 14 hours to kill, I highly recommend "The Story of Film: An Odyssey" on Netflix. It's gooood.
TV Shows from Seth Rogen

Shrill

Annie is a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to start her career while juggling bad boyfriends, a sick parent, and a perfectionist boss.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
“Shrill” is a wonderful and hilarious new show on Hulu and I recommend you watch it because I think you’ll enjoy it!! I’ve watched four episodes today! Ahh!!
Music from Seth Rogen

Nate Dogg

Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Happy birthday to the singer of the greatest line in music history. #smokeweedeveryday
Music from Seth Rogen

Coda (Deluxe Edition)

Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Is there a specific album you usually kick back and listen to? I like Coda a lot, the Led Zeppelin album. That's one of my favorite ones.
Music from Seth Rogen

Wu-Tang Clan

Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
I also like Wu-Tang Clan a lot.
Music from Seth Rogen

Led Zeppelin

Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
Speaking of music, what's your favorite band or artist of all time? Led Zeppelin is probably my favorite band of all time.
People from Seth Rogen

John Candy

Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
John Candy was my favorite actor growing up and was one of the people that made me think that maybe I could be in movies.
Hobby from Seth Rogen

Pottery

Pottery is the process of forming vessels and other objects with clay and other ceramic materials, which are fired at high temperatures to give them a hard, durable form. Major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. The place where such wares are made by a potter is also called a pottery (plural "potteries"). The definition of pottery used by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), is "all fired ceramic wares that contain clay when formed, except technical, structural, and refractory products." In archaeology, especially of ancient and prehistoric periods, "pottery" often means vessels only, and figures etc. of the same material are called "terracottas". Clay as a part of the materials used is required by some definitions of pottery, but this is dubious. Pottery is one of the oldest human inventions, originating before the Neolithic period, with ceramic objects like the Gravettian culture Venus of Dolní Věstonice figurine discovered in the Czech Republic dating back to 29,000–25,000 BC, the Russian Far East (14,000 BC), South America (9,000s-7,000s BC), and the Middle East (7,000s-6,000s BC). Pottery is made by forming a ceramic (often clay) body into objects of a desired shape and heating them to high temperatures (600-1600 °C) in a bonfire, pit or kiln and induces reactions that lead to permanent changes including increasing the strength and rigidity of the object. Much pottery is purely utilitarian, but much can also be regarded as ceramic art. A clay body can be decorated before or after firing. Clay-based pottery can be divided into three main groups: earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. These require increasingly more specific clay material, and increasingly higher firing temperatures. All three are made in glazed and unglazed varieties, for different purposes. All may also be decorated by various techniques. In many examples the group a piece belongs to is immediately visually apparent, but this is not always the case. The fritware of the Islamic world does not use clay, so technically falls outside these groups. Historic pottery of all these types is often grouped as either "fine" wares, relatively expensive and well-made, and following the aesthetic taste of the culture concerned, or alternatively "coarse", "popular" "folk" or "village" wares, mostly undecorated, or simply so, and often less well-made.
Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen
Actor, Director
I have a busy mind, so I’m always looking for ways to keep myself occupied. The work I do is very intangible in a lot of ways, so being able to create something you can hold in your hands is very appealing. My wife has been doing pottery since high school, and she’d been trying to get me to do it for a while. Kind of parallel to that, I had an obsession with ashtrays, so they seemed like a good place to start. For one thing, they’re small and kind of easy to make, and because I smoke joints all day, I interact with them a lot. I’m always looking for a little place to rest my joints—a little bed—and I’m always imploring people not to stamp out their joints because it fucks them up. So this became the perfect chance for me to create the exact ashtray I wanted, and then I started making little saucers to rest my ashtray in, which, as it turns out, doubles as another ashtray.