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  • BYU Track Star Los Angeles, CA
    Dec. 18, 2014 5:47 p.m.

    In related news today, The Los Angeles Times said Paramount Studios is pulling the 2004 Movie "Team America" from Public Viewing. A Dallas Texas, theater chain was going to show this as a replacement film for "the Interview"

    This now is bordering on the Absurd. C'est Extraordinaire.

    A Puppet Movie offending North Korea?

    Come to think of it, last year's Remake of "Red Dawn" (the 1980s Original had Soviets as the Bad Guys) Had to be reworked, because they didn't want the offend the PRC. The North Koreans became the Villins dejour. Is this next?

    Finally, Will the Movie Companies come knocking at my door to retrieve my copy of the 1962 Movie, "the Manchurian Candidate"? It took place in North Korea afterall.

    Aa "Alice through the Looking glass would say. "It's Curious and Curioser"

    Prehaps Sundance F.F. should screen these Movies for Laughs