Seth Rogan had a major part making this film, and it shows. “The Interview” is a gross-out movie typical of Seth Rogan. Sexual innuendos fly, insulting everyone, over the top acting by James Franco (who is fantastic), gore, boobs, and that uncomfortable feeling I always get watching a Rogan movie. But I keep coming back for more, and will continue to do so in the future. NOT for kids, this movie is rated R for a reason.
Rogan (as Aaron Rapaport) is a TV “News” producer of the highly rated, “Skylark Tonight” show starring James Franco as the dimwitted, but, smart, Dave Skylark.
As luck (?) may have it Kim Jong-un the Dictator of North Korea loves Dave Skylark, and in fact, is a super-fan. Aaron reaches out for an interview, and, after some secret meetings, is granted an hour with the supreme leader.
The CIA steps in and wants Kim Jun Un “taken-out” by Rogan and Franco.
Do they complete their mission?
“The Interview” is a controversial film, made more so by the hack attack on Sony, by, supposedly, the North Koreans who decided that they could control (with the addition of terrorist threats) a free countries movie watching habits. WRONG! North Korea found out that a dictatorships reach is not as far as they would hope.
Santa dropped off a Chromecast for Christmas so we watched “The Interview” at home using Google Play.
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