In case you missed it, Sony Pictures pulled the highly-controversial 'The Interview' from US theatres last week... only to release it in selected cinemas and online streaming services just in time for Christmas.
Sony Pictures suffered a major hack in its computer network earlier this month, causing a major leak of data including personal information, passwords and yet-to-be-released movies.
Investigators believe that the hack was ordered by North Korea in retaliation for the impending release of 'The Interview', starring Seth Rogen and James Franco as journalists who were tasked with assassinating Kim Jong-un after landing an interview with the North Korean leader.
With the hype surrounding the political comedy at an all-time high, here's why you should jump in the bandwagon and watch the movie that has North Korea and Kim Jong-un hopping mad:
1. For the sake of freedom in artistic expression and speech!
2. Also, as a show of solidarity against cyberbullying (we're looking at you, Sony hackers)
3. North Korea (i.e. Kim Jong-un) does not want us to see the film so true to our rebellious nature, we absolutely MUST see it
It is a simple, biological reaction to the action of being told “no.” If you want an example of the so-called biological reaction, see: young children, dogs, misc. pets. The simple fact that the hackers told us not to meant that thousands - if not millions - of people said “I kind of want to see that now.”inquisitr.com