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This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

In This Is the End, Seth Rogen, James Franco, and a handful of other famous funny people find themselves in the middle of the End Times. After the good people of the world ascend into Heaven via a Star Trek-esque blue beam, everyone else -- including pretty much every Hollywood actor you can name -- struggles to survive amid one seriously supernatural disaster.

Though the movie is set in L.A., the landscape of its final days looks a lot like, well, Florida. Here's how this summer's stoner movie proves that the Sunshine State truly is Hell on Earth.

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

1. It all starts with a sinkhole.

Kind of like this one that opened up in Tampa this past March:

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

2. Then things get really hot.

Kind of like summer in Miami:

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse
via Jonathan Nettler/planetizen.com.
This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

3. Can't nobody drive.

Sound familiar?

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse
Florian SEROUSSI/Flickr CC
This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

4. Survivors hoard bottled water.

Hurricane supplies, hello!

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse
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This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse

5. Suddenly: Giant reptiles!

Bow down and appease your python overlords now, Florida.

This Is the End Proves Florida Is the Apocalypse
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6. And finally -- spoiler alert -- cannibals.

Just sayin'.

This Is the End opens in Miami this Wednesday, June 12.

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