Columbia (Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg & James
W: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg & Dan Stirling
DP: Brandon Trost
Ed: Zene Baker & Evan Henke
Mus: Henry Jackman
James Franco (Dave Skylark), Seth zeigen (Aaron Rapaport),
Lizzy Caplan (Agent Lacey), Randall Park (Kim Jong-Un), Diana Bang (Sook-Yin Park)
The Interview is probably more famous for the real-life events
rather than the film itself. Prior to the film's controversial release, North Korean politicians were furious about the subject matter, resulting in the distributor being the victim of a software
It's little surprise why the communist nation were so upset,
since the film focuses on an inept chat show host and his equally useless producer set to interview the Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, but they do so with the intention on assassinating
An attempted cross between Spies Like Us and satire fails
because of one key reason. It isn't funny. Resorting to dick and fart jokes and racism rather than poking fun at any political issues.
It wouldn't surprise if the events that happened before the
official release were merely a publicity stunt, as it's very unlikely this would have raked in millions worldwide on word-of-mouth alone.