Drew and I pride ourselves on tying the two films in our podcasts together even with the most tenuous parallels. Mud is an "Indie" film about two young boys living on a river (presumably the Mississippi) in Arkansas who stumble upon a fugitive named Mud living in a deserted boat in the woods. Mud claims his crime was one of passion, to defend the woman he loves, and implores the boys to help him escape his predicament.
This is the End, meanwhile, is a rollicking, often vulgar comedy about the end of the world starring a bunch of fairly well-know to not-so-well-known actors playing themselves.
Are they both side-splittingly funny? Are they both about the power of love? Do they both have great performances from Jonah Hill? Guess you'll just have to listen.