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The Interview (2014)

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Dave Skylark and his producer Aaron Rapoport run the celebrity tabloid show "Skylark Tonight". When they land an interview with a surprise fan, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, they are recruited by the CIA to turn their trip to Pyongyang into an assassination mission.

Directors: Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen.
Writer: Dan Sterling

Release Date: 2014-12-25
Status: Released
Run time: 112 min / 1:52
Budget: $44,000,000
Revenue: $12,342,632
Production Companies : Point Grey Pictures, Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2014-12-25
Status: Released
Run time: 112 min / 1:52
Budget: $44,000,000
Revenue: $12,342,632

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James Franco
as Dave Skylark
Seth Rogen
as Aaron Rapaport
Lizzy Caplan
as Agent Lacey
Randall Park
as Kim Jong-un
Diana Bang
as Sook
Timothy Simons
as Malcolm
Reese Alexander
as Agent Botwin
James Yi
as Officer Koh
Paul Bae
as Officer Yu
Geoff Gustafson
as Cole
Dominique Lalonde
as Jackie
Anesha Bailey
as Janet
Anders Holm
as Jake
Charles Rahi Chun
as General Jong
Don Chow
as Two-Fingered Man
Jason Cox
as Paparazzi
Tommy Chang
as Presidential Guard
as Eminem (uncredited)
Ben Schwartz
as Publicist
Rob Lowe
as Rob Lowe (uncredited)
Colin Foo
as Train Passenger
Larry Hoe
as Train Passenger
Cleo Yeh
as Train Passenger
Yuna Song
as Korean Girl
Fred Henderson
as News Anchor
Dan Shea
as Cab Driver
Joe Mande
as Joe
Alice Wetterlund
as Alice
Stacey Turner
as News Anchor
Sam Catlin
as News Anchor
Alan Blumenfeld
as Israeli Prime Minister (uncredited)
Curt Clendenin
as Surprise Partygoer (uncredited)
David Diaan
as Palestinian President (uncredited)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
as Joseph Gordon-Levitt (uncredited)
James Kyson
as Secretary of Communication (uncredited)
Bill Maher
as Bill Maher (uncredited)
Seth Meyers
as Seth Meyers (uncredited)
Emma Stone
as Emma Stone (uncredited)


Editing Evan Henke Editor
Production Francine Maisler Casting
Directing Evan Goldberg Director
Directing Seth Rogen Director
Writing Dan Sterling Story
Writing Dan Sterling Screenplay
Writing Evan Goldberg Story
Writing Seth Rogen Story
Production James Franco Executive Producer
Production Kyle Hunter Executive Producer
Production Miles Levy Executive Producer
Production Ariel Shaffir Executive Producer
Production Ben Waisbren Executive Producer
Production Shawn Williamson Executive Producer
Camera Brandon Trost Director of Photography
Editing Zene Baker Editor
Production Evan Goldberg Producer
Production Seth Rogen Producer
Production James Weaver Producer
Production Alex McAtee Co-Producer
Sound Henry Jackman Original Music Composer
Art Jon Billington Production Design
Art James Steuart Art Direction
Writing Phil Langone Storyboard

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  • Audience Reviews for The Interview All on all a decent little comedy about a vainglorious celebrity hack getting the chance to interview a similarly vainglorious North Korean dictator.

  • The Interview is slightly less savvy in terms of its handling of the spy thriller. However, the film absolutely nails a media that plays its audiences’ base desire for gossip like a fiddle.

  • If your review contains spoilers, please check the Spoiler box. Please do not use ALL CAPS. There is no linking or other HTML allowed. ... Lizzy Caplan, and Diana Bang also do even better performances. "The Interview is primarily at its best when presenting an unabashedly silly parody of North Korea, its dictator and the two" worst people ...

  • The Interview review: stoned, anally fixated – and funny 3 / 5 stars 3 out of 5 stars. Starring James Franco and Seth Rogen, the film behind the hack that rocked Hollywood is a tasteless but ...

  • Parents need to know that The Interview is a controversial comedy that was co-written and co-directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and stars Rogen and James Franco as a producer and talk show host tasked with assassinating North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Reportedly due to the movie's subject matter, distributor Sony Pictures was the victim of a huge Internet hack, which they were led to believe was the work of terrorists.

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  • The Interview was shown at several 1997-1998 film festivals (London, Montreal, Melbourne). ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi Home Top Box Office

  • Summary: The Interview was a pleasant surprise with believable character development, an interesting plot that only gets better after the second half, with plenty of toilet humor and gags that do not fail to amuse.

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