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'The Interview': Farce doesn't live up to fuss, reviews say
'The Interview': Farce doesn't live up to fuss, reviews say

Perhaps you've heard of a little movie called "The Interview." In the weeks leading up to its on-again, off-again release, Seth Rogen and James Franco's North Korea-themed comedy precipitated a crippling cyber-attack on Sony Pictures and sparked heated debate on everything from free speech to how to respond to terrorist threats to the future of moviegoing. Nearly lost amid the controversy is the matter of whether "The Interview" — in which Rogen and Franco play celebrity journalists enlisted by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong Un — works as a movie, rather than a cause célèbre. According to film critics, the answer is a resounding...

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