Column: Kim Jong Un feels dissed and duped
North Korea's government accused the Obama Administration Tuesday of producing the movie 'The Interview' to embarrass Kim Jung Un. Kim's pride is wounded. Kim Jung Un has been furious ever since North Korean spies returned from the U.S. and told him that Dennis Rodman is not Barack Obama.
Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt announced Friday he will produce a porn movie version of "The Interview" just to annoy North Korea's government. That really benefits nobody. Porn gives young people an unhealthy and unrealistic idea of how quickly the plumber might come to your house.
The Writers Guild of America announced its annual awards ceremony will be simulcast from Los Angeles and New York. They'll honor the best movie and TV scripts. Yesterday I finished writing my first comedy movie screenplay, and this afternoon, my agent will submit it to North Korea for approval.
North Korea's Internet went out Monday in what looks like U.S. retaliation for North Korea's Sony hacking. The U.N. may file charges. It appears that we've violated Kim Jung Un's human rights by cutting off his porn but President Obama is trying to get the charge reduced to enhanced interrogation.
Sony attorney David Boies insisted Monday that Sony will release "The Interview" at a future date once movie theaters agree to show it. The studio drew national wrath by giving in to Kim Jung Un's blackmail. If Sony were in charge of the Pentagon, we would be the United States of West Korea today.