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The Interview isn't " our historical symbol of free speech " - it was just made out to be that because of the ban. It would have been interesting what would have happened if (insert this wee's number one enemy's country here) had made a movie about killing a US president - what would have happened.... having said that, I thought the interview was a good laugh. Nothing more, but definitely nothing less.

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Was a being a bit tongue in cheek sir - I don't literally see it as a grand or not-so-grand philosophical expression of free speech.

 

That said, however ridiculous the circumstances, the film does now have a significance beyond its content. But even if it didn't my opinion would've been the same. Fair to middling.

 

One man's ceiling is another one's floor and all that. :beer:

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Not strictly a movie I have watched, as it hasn't been made yet, but I feel a comment coming on...

 

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I will be interested to see if Seth Rogen can shake his "Pot Head, Dick Head" persona that he brings to all his movie roles. Or conversely, how Steve Wozniak will feel being portrayed as a "Pot Head, Dick Head".

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Finally watched "the interview" last night. Thought it was kinda lame and embarrassed that this is our historical symbol of free speech. gah! Two straight hours of teenage locker room humor wears thin after awhile. And I'm in the target audience of people who normally like that kind of stuff.

 

Watched it last night, what a load of rubbish. A couple of moments of mirth but otherwise crap. :shakehead

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