The movie obsessives over at Couch Tomato are back again with a new video explaining why two separate movies are basically the same. This time, it's the turn of Seth Rogan's 2013 directorial debut, This Is the End, and his most recent movie, Sausage Party. 

Evidence presented for the theory include the use of point grey pictures, Terminator references, broken noses, Michael Cera as a drug dealer, and 20 other compelling (and sometimes not-so-compelling) reasons.

Check out the video above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

Can't get enough of intriguing fan theories? Check out why Suicide Squad and Ghostbusters are the same movie, below.

In other movie news, Iggy Pop and Patti Smith are set to appear in Terrence Malick's new film, Song to Song.

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