You should be furious about Hollywood's gutless retreat on The Interview - The Week:
The Department of Homeland Security issued a statement
saying there was "no credible intelligence to indicate an active plot
against movie theaters within the United States." Repeat: The Department
of Homeland Security, which was expressly created to protect Americans
from threats like this, issued a statement stating that this threat was
not credible. Everyone involved with The Interview immediately backed down anyway.
Hollywood's retreat is not about public safety. It's not even about
fear. It's about money. This decision is the result of a financial
calculation that The Interview is no longer worth the trouble
it's causing — and the ramifications of that calculation will be
factored into every movie Hollywood produces from now on.