Bad movies are a liberating thing – they remind us that no matter how inherently lame that short film intended to “reveal truths about the here and the now” you made in college was, there is something worse that cost way more money out there.
Good movies are an exciting thing, because someone needs to be the yardstick for this kind of thing. More
‘The Interview’ has been available online for the better part of six days now, and Sony’s revolutionary simultaneous digital / theatrical debut has already been declared a success by some. More
Plenty of skeptics wondered if the international crisis surrounding Sony’s new film “The Interview” might end up being a publicity boon for an otherwise mediocre film. One Cincinnati man certainly saw the business potential surrounding the film’s release, buying $650 worth of tickets with the intention of scalping them, only to be foiled when Sony released the film a day early online. More
UPDATE (5:15 PM): Sony has canceled the scheduled December 25 release of James Franco and Seth Rogen’s new film “The Interview after the top five theater circuits in the U.S. announced they would not be screening the film.
The top five theater circuits in the U.S. will not be showing James Franco and Seth Rogen’s new film “The Interview” amid threats from the Sony hacking group promising a 9-11 scenario for theaters that do not capitulate. More