The Interview

The Interview

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.

Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show Skylark Tonight. When they discover that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a fan of the show, they land an interview with him in an attempt to legitimize themselves as journalists. As Dave and Aaron prepare to travel to Pyongyang, their plans change when the CIA recruits them, perhaps the two least-qualified men imaginable, to assassinate Kim Jong-un. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Interview torrent reviews

Richard R (it) wrote: I concur with a lack of connectivity but I think a degree of realism doesn't have to be super emotional or filled with particularly overdramatic lovable people if such ideal persons never existed. More importantly it attempts to tell a real story

Chilli H (ca) wrote: Actually really enjoyed this film. A little predictable, but easy watch for a thriller

Marcus W (us) wrote: Well made, but also very one-sided.

Bengel W (es) wrote: After jaws one would think that the standard for humans for lunch movies, would have improved, alas David did not learn this at college thus his movie is rather pathetic. The actors do a reasonable job despite this lack of attention to monster detail. Music is cheap and cheerful if not rather corny and repetitive at times. Americans being nibbled however badly, is still fun. Nibbles: Alligator steaks.

Dean W (ag) wrote: This movie is absolute crap. It is scary only because of the bad punch lines and horrible acting abilities. It is the typical college horror film, with pointless nudity and bad acting. If I could never watch this movie again, that would be great.

Samuel M (it) wrote: Despite it's low budget and slightly below average quality, it is an okay horror movie with some interesting kills.

Zachary Y (jp) wrote: Not a groundbreaking or mold shattering comedy but just enough bizarre quirkiness mixed with top-notch strange character acting, off-beat humor and sparingly used racism to make it unique.

Robert S (it) wrote: Funny, and at turns poignantly sad period drama-dy about 2 boys who spend a summer with their tough as nails grandmother and her eccentric children. Mercedes Ruehl's portrayal of the childlike Aunt Bella is a heartbreaker. Her finest performance, imo.

Jesse R (kr) wrote: I have to admit, the Octopus creature looks very good in this film, especially for it being 1955. There were a lot of slow parts in this film, which made it an ok 1950s B-movie.

Allan C (it) wrote: Pretty simple-minded spy tale about Nazi's infiltrating US society with diabolical plans. The film is more interesting to watch as a period piece, being filmed a couple years before the US got involved in WWII. The film moves at a quick pace, but it's not all that original or interesting. George Sanders is good as an American Nazi sympathizer and Edward G. Robinson is also good as the FBI agent on the trail of the Nazi group.

Harry W (jp) wrote: Lynch's most morally hopeless and frightening film to date, besides Inland Empire. Lost Highway is a captivating and genuinely fascinating piece of art, something to marvel at. It is something to stir and inspire....but to enjoy, I'm not too sure. I found Lost Highway to be really hard to enjoy, because there's something about it that is so uninvolving and frigid that it just doesn't seem to have the heart of Mulholland Drive or the passion of Blue Velvet or even the depth of Eraserhead. The characters are so cold, particularly Partricia Arquette, that you barely have any chance to even try to like them before they've transisitioned into completely new people, similar to in Mulholland. The story is very dark and noirish, but just doesn't really resonate anything within me. It's a horror film before anything, and fans of surrealism will enjoy for sure.