By Dennis Phillips
It seems a ridiculous notion, to go to war over a movie. But as you look into this story you can reveal layers that could set a dangerous president in US reaction to dictatorship. As most know, Sony Pictures was set to release “The Interview” on Christmas day. Computer hackers hit Sony entertainment causing millions in losses by releasing several movies onto the internet including Sony’s holiday blockbuster “Anne.” Then the release of terroristic threats against Sony and the United States if Sony released “The Interview” as scheduled. Appearing to buckle under pressure, Sony responded by announcing they would not release the film. Several movie houses stated they would not show it, but a few, independently owned box offices opened after Sony announced they would release the movie to whoever wanted to show it.