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lachyasGreatest viral marketing campaign ever.
badgeSeth Rogen and James Franco make dick and poop jokes again. But this time they're in North Korea!
nawiPretty typical Rogen/Franco comedy.
rabsi1An important film, in the context of what happened surrounding it. Also a very bad film. Although if you are a fan of dick and poo humour you will be entertained.
jmarsFour parts Franco/Rogen poop joke humor and one part Inglorious Basterds/American nationalism porn
frankqbNot unwatchable, but close to it. I have never wanted to punch James Franco in the face so much. Eschewing most opportunities for real commentary on media and geopolitics, The Interview's only real moment of genius was its marketing campaign.
stanleyskubrickjust really bad
schneid67It was funny. Not transcendental in any way, but the guy who played Kim was great. I think people might have been expecting more just because of the hype
SiskoidThe sweetness I like to praise in most Seth Rogen movies isn't really present in The Interview where he gets to play straight(ish) man to James Franco's over-the-top moron/diva, a character too infuriating to really ever become sympathetic, even once he "arcs" and learns his important lessons. But while I endorse the audacious premise of sending up Big Bad North Korea, the country's reaction was much more amusing than the film actually ends up being. At its best, it almost approaches being a kind of a Spies Like Us for the new Millennium. Most of the time, it badly straddles several tones, awkwardly marrying dick jokes with violent blood spatter. In the end, I enjoyed the stupid spy story, but did I laugh? No. And that should be recorded as a failure for this kind of movie.
mrjeelsJames Franco is so horrible.
turhankTroll in the dungeon :)
greenhorgThe sad thing is that so many critics are adopting Team America as the vital alternative, as if either film is quality satire.
All Hollywood can offer anymore is naughty little boy humor. The cutting absurdism of Duck Soup or the inventive wit of The Great Dictator are lost--and vastly superior--film comedy artforms.
chunkylefungaDespite having an perfect 10 rating on IMDB this film is really a 6/10 film.
Funny in parts, over the top in others but behind all of it a message that highlights the cult of personality that North Korea enjoys and how easily the masses can be fooled.
Aa BanksSo it's largely toilet humor with Rogen....Idk about that then haha
TorgoIf you liked Seth Rogen & James Franco before, you're going to like it. If you didn't like them before, you're not going to like it.
I have to say I enjoyed Pineapple Express a lot more, but it's a possibility to kill a Friday evening. For the future, someone should help Rogen to sort out his most-missing jokes and trim his films by 15 minutes. Same fun, more flow.
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