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People who wouldn’t normally pay to see the crude humor of Seth Rogen and James Franco in a movie helped to nearly fill the theater at Friday’s first local screening of “The Interview” at Lancaster’s Flix Stadium 10. Flix is the only local theater showing the controversial comedy about a plot to assassinate North Korea’s dictator. For two hours, people crunched popcorn, l…

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An open letter to Kim Jong-un. Relax, dude. I’ve seen “The Interview” and I really wouldn’t sweat it if I were you. If ever a movie weren’t worth all this hand-wringing, it’s this one. Yes, yes, yes, I know the satiric premise of the whole Two Stooges farce is that a couple of mega-doofuses in the infotainment biz are recruited by the CIA to knock you off during an interv…

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The locally based Dipson Theatres has joined the growing list of theater chains in pulling the new comedy "The Interview." Dipson joins Regal Cinemas, AMC, Cinemark and Carmike Cinemas in a decision not to show the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy about a CIA plot to assassinate North Korean President Kim Jong-un. “We have decided at this time to follow suit and, due to the…

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The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, continuing through Sept. 14, will go down as an important one for several reasons, but the most significant development might be Festival Street, an ambitious, fun collection of food trucks, Bill Murray masks and live music that has bought a vibrant feel to King Street. But it has not been without difficulty. Traffic has been …