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When news first broke that theater chains were pulling the movie “The Interview,” I immediately thought this was an elaborate marketing ploy. Suddenly, this movie had become a must-see due to the amount of controversy it was starting to stir up. Well played, Sony–or so I thought. With more information coming out now, it is rather transparent that this wasn’t a brilliant tactic to put asses in cinema seats. No, this was one of the world’s biggest studios bitching out because of this fucking clown:
Image via Youtube
Just look at that stupid fucking haircut. How does that instill fear?
Today, Sony announced it is not releasing the movie on any platform, essentially wiping its hands clean and getting as far away from this film as possible.
I feel like I’m the father of a child who struck out during a T-ball game. I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed. Whenever James Franco and Seth Rogen collaborate on a film, it’s absolutely hilarious.
Now, I’m sure this whole flick will eventually get leaked and I’ll find the appropriate channels to see it in its entirety, but here is the Kim Jong-un death scene:
It’s rather tame if you ask me. Sure, it’s a little emasculating to go out to a Katy Perry song, but it was done in a rather tasteful light. Imagine how excessively awesome it could have been in the hands of Quentin Tarantino..
[via The Telegraph]