I was just curious how many, if any, people have seen “The Interview?”
My wife and I watched it on VOD Saturday night on our local television service provider. I can see why the North Koreans are a “little” upset at Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures. The North Koreans, for the most part, are not portrayed in a good light in this movie. The movie does take a little while to get going, about an hour. Once the two main American reporters find out what is really going on the movie picks up its pace, thankfully. Once it got going I enjoyed it a lot. The acting is very good.
But I’m glad we did not travel to The Big City, Ottawa, to see it. I could not, in good conscience, justify spending two admission tickets plus gas, etc. to see this movie.
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