Be American, See a Slacker Comedy

There was plenty of cowardice and ass-covering in the Sony Pictures debacle surrounding the release of the slacker, bromance comedy, The Interview. Do I need to remind you that this is the movie about a TV personality who's recruited by the United States government to assassinate Kim Jong-un? Hackers broke into Sony's servers and outed classified documents and emails, threatening violence if the movie was released. Sony pulled the it, only to be called out by the President himself. Which then made the viewing of what is probably just another mediocre James Franco and Seth Rogen film your patriotic duty. If you haven't yet paid your $10 to see it, why do you hate freedom? Sure, you can download it for nothing, but pony up for Uncle Sam and watch it with your fellow Americans at Texas Theatre (231 W. Jefferson Blvd.) at 7 p.m. Monday. More information at
Mon., Jan. 5, 7 p.m., 2015
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