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  • Rich Klein: 'The Interview' really does subvert North Korea's regime

    Rich Klein: 'The Interview' really does subvert North Korea's regime
    For starters, "The Interview" is very funny, in the Seth Rogen foul-mouthed, silly way. And while the propriety of showing a real world head of state being assassinated can be debated — the latest in a long list of political and social...
  • The World Should See 'The Interview'

    The World Should See 'The Interview'
    For starters, "The Interview" is very funny, in the Seth Rogen foul-mouthed, silly way. And while the propriety of showing a real head of state being assassinated can be debated, the movie also has moments that are surprisingly smart and politically...
  • Lido Theatre screens 'The Interview'

    Lido Theatre screens 'The Interview'
    Intrigued by the hype preceding the limited release of "The Interview," moviegoers flocked to the Lido Theatre in Newport Beach this week to catch the controversial comedy even after threats of violence from hackers. The Lido is one of a handful of...
  • Lance Barber on his long-awaited 'Comeback'

    Lance Barber on his long-awaited 'Comeback'
    It is almost unheard of for a TV series to get a second season nearly 10 years after the first. But with so many recent changes in the viewing landscape, nothing about television is business as usual anymore. Which brings us to "The Comeback," a spiky...
  • Sony hack: Sony CEO ordered 'The Interview' toned down, Rogen objected: emails

    Sony hack: Sony CEO ordered 'The Interview' toned down, Rogen objected: emails
    Sony Corp. Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai ordered the film "The Interview" to be toned down after Pyongyang denounced it for depicting the assassination of North Korea's leader, according to emails apparently stolen from Sony's Hollywood studio. The...
  • A look at this month's upcoming movies

    December can be a delightful month for movie lovers, because it often brings the best of both worlds — mainstream blockbuster hits that will pack multiplexes, and smaller films with outstanding performances that are arriving in time for Academy...
  • 'The Interview': Low-key premiere for high-profile Seth Rogen film

    'The Interview': Low-key premiere for high-profile Seth Rogen film
    In an alternative universe without blaring headlines about leaked emails, security breaches and North Korean denunciations, one imagines that Sony Pictures would have put on a splashy premiere for its upcoming Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy "The...
  • Looking for that special Christmas gift? It's an experience.

    Looking for that special Christmas gift? It's an experience.
    A friend told me about this amazing new trend in Christmas giving, and I just have to share it with you. This new gift-giving business doesn't involve giving a gift at all. Rather than give a gift wrapped in paper, one that was purchased with hard-...
  • Hacker message demands Sony not show 'The Interview'

    Hacker message demands Sony not show 'The Interview'
    An online message claiming to be from the group that hacked Sony Pictures Entertainment's computer systems demanded that the studio stop showing "the movie of terrorism," a reference to the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy "The Interview."  "Stop...
  • The power and the danger of email! (just ask Sony execs!)

    "COMMON sense is not so common," said Voltaire. I KNOW I shouldn't be, but I continue to be astounded by what people at the highest levels of various business -- and just plain folks -- put into emails, on Facebook, iPhone, iCloud, Twitter, Instagram and...
  • Sony hacker scandal scarier than a slasher film

    Sony hacker scandal scarier than a slasher film
    The leaked documents, with Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and James Franco cast as clowns, may at times make it all seem like a comedy. To those whose private correspondence and personal information have been exposed, it may feel like a tragedy. Make no...