John Dies at the End Reviews
This film is a riot from beginning to end, with joke after joke coming, constantly hitting the mark. It's immature humor (usually having to do with cursing or body parts) helps break the constant uncomfortable mood/feel being built on itself throughout the entire film. Main characters Dave and John are great, and share a very real-feeling camaraderie, though the same can't be said for many of the side characters who don't feel completely fleshed-out.
The fast-moving cinematography and overall feel of this film is reminiscent of what one might feel while watching The Matrix (1999), even down to both main characters [Dave/Neo] having the ability to know everything going on, but haven't fully realized how to use it, continuing their learning. The last 1/3rd of the film however is where the movie drops off. Everything is easy to play along with until the major sci-fi themes start to play into it. Though I wouldn't say the last third ruins it, by any means.