James Franco, Seth Rogen, Lizzy Caplan, Randall Park, Diana Bang, Timothy Simons, Anders Holm, Charles Rahi Chun, Eminem, Rob Lowe, Bill Maher, Nicki Minaj, Emma Stone, Zac Efron, Guy Fieri, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Dave Skylark (James Franco), the host of the talk show Skylark Tonight, and Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen), the show's producer, get to interview Kim Jong-un (Randall Park), North Korea dictator, which is a huge fan of their show.
Everything gets more complicated when CIA agent Lacey (Lizzy Caplan) asks them to assassinate him.
I'm a fan of the Franco-Rogen bromance since Pineapple Express, and I could not dislike this film. The Interview is a genuine and brilliant comedy. If you are looking for a film that makes you laugh out loud, I highly recommend it to you.
The Interview is not only about two dumb men with the mission of assassinate the North Korean dictator, but also about friendship.
I don't get why Rogen's fingers needed to be mutilated, but I'm fine with that.
Rapoport (Rogen) looks a bit uncomfortable with Skylark's (Franco) sexuality, but who wouldn't be?
Dave Skylark: Hate us 'cause they ain't us!