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Fresh: Matheson's script focuses its energy on small, wickedly funny gags, half of which Robinson seems to have sputtered out as improv.
- Amy Nicholson, Los Angeles Times, Thursday, June 6, 2013
A lot funnier than I thought it would be. Anna Kendrick was just spoke her mind and was not bullshit, but so dry about it, it made it even funnier. Not for everyone, but honestly it is recommended if you liked Dogma.
- helwigs, Thursday, May 22, 2014
I felt like this movie was one giant improv scene for Craig Robinson and some of the other notable comedians, but Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley struggled to keep up. With so many end of the world films coming out this summer, it seemed like the thing to jump in on before they became too stale. Unfortunately, Rapture-Palooza is too late and too underfunded. Robinson is too over the top. I love Rob Corddry, but he's not given enough to do with a ridiculous mustache. I laughed a few times, but focus was lost early and often.
- fb1544220109, Tuesday, September 17, 2013
A match made in hell. Good comedy! Let me start off by saying there's no need to go see this in the theater. It's Netflix material, for a rainy day or when you want something light and entertaining. "Rapture-Palooza" is the type of comedy that might not be suitable for just anyone. Especially if you are a devout religious fanatic. "Rapture-Palooza" takes on the rapture and biblical issues with a sarcastic and hilarious glove and just slaps it around. The movie was just fun and I constantly found myself laughing out loud despite the lack of complexity in the humor. Two teens battle their way through a religious apocalypse on a mission to defeat the Antichrist.
- MANUGINO, Tuesday, November 5, 2013