Why ‘The Interview’ is a ‘good movie’

A good movie is not an end-all be-all, but if it can make you laugh, it’s a lot better than a bad movie, as James Franco once wrote in a New York Times article.

And if you’re a film buff like I am, then you’re probably going to find this list of 10 reasons why The Interview is a “good movie.”

The film is so good, it should be on this list.

It’s so good that I can’t even imagine watching it.

It is also so good because it’s so funny.

Here’s the thing: the entire film is funny.

The movie’s title, which is based on the 1953 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, is based in part on the story of the first man to die in a plane crash.

The scene where two of the characters talk in the cockpit of the plane, after it crashes, is so hilarious that it makes you laugh out loud.

In fact, that’s probably one of the most iconic scenes in cinema history.

The film’s soundtrack is absolutely fantastic, and it’s also an absolute pleasure to listen to.

For starters, it features a great soundtrack composed by James Franco.

And you know, if you were going to put a film on this great list, you’d probably want it to be great.

That’s not to say The Interview’s score is great; it’s certainly not.

But the music that comes out of the film’s speakers, and the music of its director, Sam Esmail, are among the best ever created for a film.

So it’s no surprise that The Interview has been hailed as a masterpiece.

And it’s definitely not a bad film either.

The most important thing to take away from the list is that The New York Post called The Interview “a brilliant satire of the country’s top foreign policy officials, including [Donald] Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney, and Paul Wolfowitz, who in all likelihood would be alive today if they hadn’t been caught in a false flag attack.”

It’s a film that, like many of the best movies of the last few decades, manages to make you think, “Wow, they’re really smart.”

And, of course, the best thing about The Interview?

It was shot in the U.S. and it features some of the greatest performances ever given to an actor in cinema.

If you think that’s impressive, then the film may be worth watching.