Hollywood rejoiced after the Sony announced it would release ‘The Interview’. Not only was the film released in more than 200 select theaters around the United States, but Sony also released the film to streamed via the website, seethe interview.com, YouTube, Google Play and other media on-demand services.
Mashable put together a hilarious compilation of Twitter’s best reactions to watching the controversial film, ‘The Interview’. The tweets make fun of a variety of topics. One user questions the security in sharing credit card information with Sony. Others joke about the film’s soundtrack choices, thanking North Korea for making the movie available online and a plot that didn’t seem to live up to the expectations. Unfortunately, it seems many people considered the movie a waste of time.
The Interview is the most disappointing movie of 2014 https://t.co/9OII21RPUS pic.twitter.com/SiOvQr1bmS
— Polygon (@Polygon) December 25, 2014
Wow #TheInterview was horrible. The Koreans were actually trying to save us from that awfulness.
— Xerø (@Ecksearoh) December 24, 2014
Just watched #TheInterview. I give it a 7/10. Wasnt bad enough to make me want to go to war over it or anything.
— AIIIIIIRRR (@AirLapras) December 24, 2014
Was all of this fiasco a clever marketing ploy or a strange protest against terrorism?
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