The InterviewDave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show Skylark Tonight. When they discover that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a fan of the show, they land an interview with him in an attempt to legitimize themselves as journalists. As Dave and Aaron prepare to travel to Pyongyang, their plans change when the CIA recruits them, perhaps the two least-qualified men imaginable, to assassinate Kim Jong-un.Keywords:#The Interview, #James Franco, #Seth Rogen, #Lizzy Caplan, #Randall Park, #Diana Bang, #Timothy Simons, #Reese Alexander, #Geoff Gustafson, #Dominique Lalonde, #Anesha Bailey, #Anders Holm, #Charles Rahi Chun, #James Yi, #Paul Bae, #Don Chow, #Evan Goldberg, #Columbia Pictures, #LStar Capital, #Point Grey Pictures,
Actors of "The Interview"
Characters of "The Interview"
Directors of "The Interview"Evan GoldbergSeth RogenBirthdate: 15 April 1982, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Creators of "The Interview"Dan SterlingSeth RogenBirthdate: 15 April 1982, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Critic Reviews of "The Interview"San Diego ReaderAugust 20, 2015
The suffocating level of redundancy on display kneecaps any legitimate chance the film had at embracing social satire.BuzzFeed NewsJanuary 09, 2015
The Interview is marked by a true naiveté about international perception and what can be gotten away with in the name of "all in good fun."GrantlandJanuary 06, 2015
What's wrong with The Interview is that it doesn't know how to be the singeing comedy it wants.Toronto StarJanuary 01, 2015
Te best satire provokes and even outrages, and Rogen, Franco and Goldberg certainly succeed on that score.ChristyLemire.comDecember 26, 2014
This is what all the fuss was about?Rolling StoneDecember 26, 2014
It's stupid. It's in bad taste. It impossible. I know all that. But Rogen's instinct to try anything for giggles and sticking it to dictatorial assholes is worth fighting for. Screw Kim if he can't take a joke.Código espaguetiApril 25, 2017
The enormous expectation created by a stupid political controversy only generated a disappointing feeling in front of a comedy without depth. [Full review in Spanish]HeyUGuysFebruary 06, 2017
Hysterical, silly, big dumb fun that makes for a great night out with your friends.VoxSeptember 26, 2016
Even the film's most ardent champions would likely concede that The Interview is a spectacularly weird film to end up at the center of a free speech brouhaha.FlavorwireJune 07, 2016
It's funny and strange, with an admirably gonzo sensibility, and it approaches the job of mocking Kim with the appropriate degree of joy-buzzer delight.CinemixtapeApril 14, 2016
[Franco's] free-spirited screen presence gives the film the kind of anarchic momentum it requires, mirroring its totally-serious-but-not-at-all-serious bent.Cambridge DayDecember 21, 2015
The Interview, conversely, is little more than a sloppy air kiss blown lazily under the banner of free speech.
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