“George Clooney married Amal Alamuddin this year. Amal is a human rights lawyer who worked on the Enron case; was an adviser to Kofi Annan regarding Syria; and was selected for a three-person U.N. commission investigating rules of war violations in the Gaza Strip. So tonight… her husband is getting a lifetime achievement award.” —TINA FEY, at the Golden Globes #BRILLIANT! #GENIUS!
Guardians of Peace? Really?
The Guardians of “Peace” have now done a victory lap by releasing another letter to Sony basically telling them (paraphrasing here): Thanks, good job on not releasing the film. And as long as you don’t ever show this film including the trailer, we promise not to release all the sensitive information we still have on your company. (Read the Article in Variety here).
Oh hell no! Are you kidding me? A victory lap? Another threat? I am so pissed!
- I hope Sony realizes real fast that this is not about money and rethinks it’s actions.
- I hope the other studios realize this is not about competition anymore and start standing by Sony instead of just watching their demise.
- I hope the President decides to have a viewing party at the White House and invites both parties to watch.
- I hope Sony releases the film to EVERYONE for free on EVERY SINGLE PLATFORM available.
- And I hope every single company embraces the idea and every single American and all people around the world watch it.
I had no intention of seeing this film. It looks ridiculous. It isn’t my kind of film and although I respect these actors, producers, etc., for their talents in other projects, I could have cared less on so many levels about this film. But now? Now, this is about something else. And it’s the only movie I want to see.
I believe we show who we really are, not when things are easy, but when things are tough (thank you Maya Angelou). When things are hard, scary and unknowing is when WHO WE ARE matters. The Guardians of “Peace” are messing with the one word the United States is known for: FREEDOM. And to that, I say FU!
I will see the movie the minute I can. Thank YOU Guardians of “Peace”.