Isn't that just great news...we are all going to be laughing our socks off over Christmas. Sony has taken POTUS's advice...now that North Korea has been paid back in kind, all the distributors can now feel safe that I.T. security intrusions will no longer take place in centres of film distribution in the US of A and they can all be brave and show the film. Nuffink better than having the security and power of the USG behind you...especially when it comes to protecting your privacy and security of your I.T. systems...world class, I hear.
I understand, from someone who has seen it, that it is funny in bits, not to give too little of the plot away. The aim is to kill the President of North Korea, by either one of the two C.I.A. agents...oops! I mean journalists, who stuffs a bomb up his ass...his own or that of the President, perhaps both, I don't quite know and then attempts to blow it up, the bomb of course, not his ass...that would be reeeeaaaaly stooopid! Whether this is successful or not...well, you will have to pay up and see the film...unless it is gone p2p of course...:-) . With all this publicity, an unexpected consequence is that it is bound to make an arm and a leg for Sony.
ATB Sweep. P.S. Has Pirate Bay returned to the fold of international piracy...yet?