After so much controversy and a pull on the movie, I was finally able to see The Interview. I found it to be a hilarious film that had the balls to go after the real life dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong-un. Franco and Rogen have impeccable chemistry and have scored another hit with this awesome comedy.
The chemistry between Franco and Rogen is just one of the great factors of this movie. Randall Park's portrayal of Kim Jong-un as a flawed cry-baby with daddy issues was laugh-out-loud funny and his scenes with Franco are the best part of the movie (until of course the unbelievably over-the-top ending).
I admire the audacity of Rogen and Goldberg for making a movie that could have potentially started a war. While the film is quite offensive to North Korea, it's still just a movie and a great one at that. I recommend it to anybody looking for a good laugh.
After being pulled from movie theaters surrounding a humongous bit of controversy, The Interview founds its way back into theaters. I was lucky enough to see it and it was hysterical. Franco and Rogen team up for the third time and it proves to be another hit.
Rogen and Franco's chemistry is just as strong as ever, creating some really hilarious jokes throughout the movie. Randall Park's portrayal of Kim Jong-un was hysterical. I loved every scene James Franco and him were in together. They were great throughout and had me dying from laughter. The ending was also great, with things that were mentioned earlier in the film actually happening at the end.
The fact that this film, which could have potentially started a war, came out is a miracle. It's hilarious in both a smart and crude way. James Franco and Seth Rogen still have an amazing amount of chemistry. Regardless of this film being offensive to North Korea, it's still a funny movie that I would recommend to anyone looking for a fun time at the movies.