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December 20, 2014, 04:05:22 PM
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 on: Today at 04:04:47 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by indianasmith
I blame the lawyers.
Since Cinemark is being sued over the Colorado theater shooting - as if they had a shred of control over the actions of a random psychopath! - any theater showing THE INTERVIEW is terrified of a hoarde of lawyers suing them out of business if, God forbid, something did happen while the movie was playing.

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 on: Today at 03:54:50 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by Rev. Powell
Sounds like Sony may be having a change of heart.
http://moviepilot.com/posts/2014/12/20/is-sony-changing-their-mind-on-the-interview-2531329?lt_source=external,manual,manual
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Don't say President Obama never did anything for you because apparently yesterday Sony issued a statement that it was "actively surveying alternatives to enable us to release the movie (The Interview) on a different platform, It is still our hope that anyone who wants to see this movie will get the opportunity to do so.”

After President Barak Obama made a statement saying he thought Sony "made a mistake" and "I wish [Sony] had spoken to me first. I would have told them do not get into a pattern where you’re intimidated by these kinds of criminal attacks" it seems that Sony are slowly changing their tune.

George Clooney also echoed the remarks of many and urged Sony to put it online. Will the internet be where The Interview finally finds an audience?

The Interview stars Seth Rogen and James Franco and is about two chat show producers being tasked with the assassination of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

This whole saga has played out in a very strange way. A few anonymous computer geeks, over a, no doubt, completely dumb comedy, makes us question our online security, forces a massive corporation to lose 100s of million in opening revenue and embarrasses so many of the top brass in the process and the even get President of the US to address the issue. It gets even weirder, especially as now the North Korean government are saying they didn't support the hackers and are looking to help America in their investigation. What will happen next?!



To me, unless it's publicly exhibited in a theater, they caved. I blame the exhibitors as much as Sony.

 3 
 on: Today at 03:31:51 PM 
Started by Archivist - Last post by monstermoviemadness
I have no idea. Sounds creepy and funny though. I want to know this too though I never saw it. Have you ever visited the IMDB (the Internet movie database)? They are very helpful there and tons of questions about TV shows, movies, and so on, have been asked and most answered.

 4 
 on: Today at 03:27:10 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by major jay
Sounds like Sony may be having a change of heart.
http://moviepilot.com/posts/2014/12/20/is-sony-changing-their-mind-on-the-interview-2531329?lt_source=external,manual,manual
Quote
Don't say President Obama never did anything for you because apparently yesterday Sony issued a statement that it was "actively surveying alternatives to enable us to release the movie (The Interview) on a different platform, It is still our hope that anyone who wants to see this movie will get the opportunity to do so.”

After President Barak Obama made a statement saying he thought Sony "made a mistake" and "I wish [Sony] had spoken to me first. I would have told them do not get into a pattern where you’re intimidated by these kinds of criminal attacks" it seems that Sony are slowly changing their tune.

George Clooney also echoed the remarks of many and urged Sony to put it online. Will the internet be where The Interview finally finds an audience?

The Interview stars Seth Rogen and James Franco and is about two chat show producers being tasked with the assassination of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

This whole saga has played out in a very strange way. A few anonymous computer geeks, over a, no doubt, completely dumb comedy, makes us question our online security, forces a massive corporation to lose 100s of million in opening revenue and embarrasses so many of the top brass in the process and the even get President of the US to address the issue. It gets even weirder, especially as now the North Korean government are saying they didn't support the hackers and are looking to help America in their investigation. What will happen next?!

 5 
 on: Today at 03:21:47 PM 
Started by zombie #1 - Last post by major jay
Once you get passed their shock value movies like these don't hold up very well do they.

 6 
 on: Today at 03:18:26 PM 
Started by major jay - Last post by major jay
Filming has begun. Joe and Peggy together once more.


 7 
 on: Today at 02:40:21 PM 
Started by Flangepart - Last post by BoyScoutKevin
Well, Santa?  Did you find out what was obstructing my colon?

Yes, I did, and it was this long!

 8 
 on: Today at 02:16:12 PM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by lester1/2jr
Soundless (2004)- German suspense movie about a contract killer who falls in love with a very hot blonde who is the gf or something of a guy he killed.

pros -

- Some of the philosophical themes are interesting. What if a serial killer helps an old lady across the street esque stuff

- the killers cleverness of like hiding a phone with a thing on it and they burst open the door and it's just a phone type stuff is decent

cons

- It's confusing, especially in the beginning. They don't explain everything enough. Why was he killing the first guy? Why is the one guy wearing a turban? I don't want to be going over stuff in my mind while I'm watching the plot develop. I started it over at the beginning at 30 min mark.

- The main cop guy is kind of annoying and unlikeable but not in a particularly interesting way.


All in all, it was okay and even good in parts but I can't recommend it. No one in HK or Hollywood is too worried about Germany if they see this.

3.5 /5

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 on: Today at 02:05:09 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by zombie #1
anything that prohibits the release of a movie starring seth rogen is cool with me.

seriously though, I have doubts we have been told anything about what this really is or who is behind it. the 'attacks' came from computers in Thailand for a start.

 10 
 on: Today at 12:03:39 PM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by alandhopewell
     I'm a Chuck Norris fan, but still....

Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos - intro Small | Large




     What can be said....


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