It’s finally here! You can only get a couple of glimpses of each character but still, this upcoming season of Game of Thrones looks amazing. Tyrion is in Essos, Arya is training to become an assassin, Jon Snow is doing his thing, and of course Khaleesi is even more beautiful/badass (if that’s even possible). Plus y’know Dragons and Whitewalkers and magic and whatnot.
I really can’t wait for April 12th.
I finally got around to watching The Interview (it’s now on Netflix btw), and it was pretty much what I expected. It’s a pretty funny movie, but it’s nothing extraordinary. There was a lot of controversy surrounding the film’s release, and honestly I think it was all blown out of proportion. This is a comedy after all, the political issues definitely take a back seat to the silly jokes and gags in the film.
The movie was funny, but I wouldn’t put it in the same category as Superbad or the Pineapple Express. The film had its moments, and I did laugh multiple times, but overall the jokes were nothing special. Basically, it made me laugh, but it wasn’t anything I hadn’t seen before.
Seth Rogen and James Franco as always have fabulous chemistry on screen. These weren’t necessarily the best or the funniest characters that they’ve portrayed together, but their friendship in the movie is actually pretty heartwarming.
The movie’s plot was pretty straightforward, there were no real surprises or plot twists, I already knew what was going to happen, I just wanted to actually see it take place.
I wish they could have gotten more out of the supporting characters, but I really did enjoy the celebrity cameos early on in the film.
Overall, The Interview is a funny movie that is good, but not great in any single area. If you’re a fan of Seth Rogen & James Franco’s previous work then I’d definitely recommend it, but I know this isn’t the type of movie that will appeal to a broad audience. (3.5/5)