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This movie may or may not launch a new Korean War — but dang it, Sony is triumphantly releasing its Kim Jong-Un assassination comedy The Interview online, starting today, in the face of threats by hackers allegedly working on behalf of the totalitarian tyrant.

Click above to watch this victory for freedom and democracy — and bad taste — and then also click above to share this video!

Video via The Interview/Sony Pictures.

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