In light of some very suspect threats from the "Guardians of Peace," a group of hackers (supposedly) supported by the North Korean government, Sony Pictures had pulled the release of the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy The Interview, which centered on two guys trying to assassinate Kim Jong-Un, the dictator of North Korea.

But at the last second, Sony relented and decided to release the picture at a small number of theaters, and online through Youtube. And a few brave hero citizens have decided to defy the most brutal dictator on the planet with the incredibly selfless act of watching a Seth Rogen movie. We salute you, people who bravely rebelled against the North Korean regime.

 

 

 

 

 

Watching "The Interview". Suck it North Korea. Go 'Merica! #theInterview

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The Interview, in the safety of our home!! Suck it North Korea!! #fukimjongun #theinterview

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