"The Interview" to Be Available Online Starting Today

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  1. InTheLight

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    Starting Wednesday afternoon, you can watch the controversial Sony Pictures comedy "The Interview" via YouTube, Google Play, the Microsoft Xbox video game console and a special Web site.

    The movie will cost $5.99 to rent and $14.99 to buy.

    Sony said in a statement that it will become available at around 1 p.m. ET on Christmas Eve. Sony said its dedicated site, SeeTheInterview.com, will be done in partnership with Kernel and secure payments system Stripe.

    http://money.cnn.com/2014/12/24/media/interview-digital-release/index.html
     
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    I wouldn't recommend anyone to see it. Outside of the orgy that occurs, the movie is a disgusting venture into the sadistic mind of Seth Rogen. It is full of nudity, sexual scenes, horrible language, and a level of filth uncommon to most movies.

    And this is from my film screening service.
     
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    That did not take long.
     
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    Oh, I was not recommending the movie. No way. Anything with Seth Rogen in it is a terrible, terrible movie. I just posted this as a way to show that Sony finally grew some antlers and didn't back down to terrorists.

    Showing the movie on the internet was actually Mitt Romney's idea, along with donating the proceeds to charity. Let's see what Sony does with the revenues.
     

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