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All Dogs Go To Heaven (And Taste Delicious) [movies]

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    Who could have seen that coming

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    It makes the "oh we didn't do it but MAN HOW RAD ARE THOSE GUYS WHO DID" comment hilarious in hindsight

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    JayKaosJayKaos Registered User regular
    I'll admit that I didn't really think North Korea would be capable of something like this - though with the security details released earlier it's a lot less surprising.

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    So congratulations Hollywood

    you just let North Korea dictate your business.

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    SimBen wrote: »
    So congratulations Hollywood

    you just let North Korea dictate your business.
    Next summer every lead actor will be replaced by Dennis Rodman

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    WeaverWeaver Who are you? What do you want?Registered User regular
    Star-Lord, you're not supposed to be in the Savage Land!

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    Peter EbelPeter Ebel CopenhagenRegistered User regular
    Jurche, mother fuckers! No wonder these people are making seven year plans.

    Fuck off and die.
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    AtomicTofuAtomicTofu She's a straight-up supervillain, yo Registered User regular
    Blankzilla wrote: »
    SimBen wrote: »
    So congratulations Hollywood

    you just let North Korea dictate your business.
    Next summer every lead actor will be replaced by Dennis Rodman

    Finally, Double Team 2 will see the light of day

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    YaYaYaYa Decent. Registered User regular
    I don't buy that North Korea was behind that hack for a second

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    YaYa wrote: »
    I don't buy that North Korea was behind that hack for a second
    ...why?

    By all accounts the hack wasn't particularly difficult as Sony had laughable security and it was done because of the Interview and North Korea has said NAH NOT US BUT IT WAS SOME RAD PEOPLE


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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    Cyber-warfare is a big fucking deal in every country. It makes way more sense for NK to actually be behind this than for no-name hackers to pretend they're North Korea for S&G.

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    Like

    Sony kept every executives account names and passwords in an unlocked text file named MASTERPASSWORDLIST.txt

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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    Like there are definitely CIA hackers hacking into Chinese stuff and vice-versa all the time

    it's just that usually you don't hear about it because they don't target movies but the important thing about North Korea is they're fucking crazy.

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    Peter EbelPeter Ebel CopenhagenRegistered User regular
    Could be China wanted to throw a bone to their senile old pet nation, North Korea.

    Fuck off and die.
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    DJ EebsDJ Eebs Moderator, Administrator admin
    it was the illuminati

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    FishmanFishman Put your goddamned hand in the goddamned Box of Pain. Registered User regular
    Yeah, there's a substantial amount of evidence that Pyongyang views cyberwarfare as an opportunity to close the arms gap between what they have and what the hated Americans have, and have invested accordingly. Like, they lose in a head to head convential tanks-and-guns war, but teh intrawebs is a blank slate where anyone with a handful of freely-available network tools and little knowledge of middleaged infosec-illiterate managers habits can get a stake at the big-boy table.

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    PwnanObrienPwnanObrien He's right, life sucks. Registered User regular
    It would be hilarious if this sets off a chain of events where North Korea's fascist dictatorship is destroyed over a Seth Rogen movie.

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    Sony has released a clip of the new film they are replacing The Interview with
    http://youtu.be/s19YmnAeQ9M

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    -Tal-Tal Registered User regular
    what if the interview was actually an argo all along

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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    It's kind of blowing my mind that they went ahead and bowed to this. They put a ton of marketing behind that movie, and if anything those news only makes more buzz. Seth Rogen was on Colbert two freaking days ago high as a kite selling that movie. We're at a point where there are apparently enough people in either the public or working at the heads of Hollywood companies that they think the threat of Pyongyang terrorist attacks actually outweighs the lost profits from not releasing this movie.

    Which is ridiculous because Pyongyang will never ever ever ever ever ever write a song about the Sibbie

    I mean, murder American civilians on US soil.

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    Grey GhostGrey Ghost Registered User regular
    Blankzilla wrote: »
    It makes the "oh we didn't do it but MAN HOW RAD ARE THOSE GUYS WHO DID" comment hilarious in hindsight

    "Bruce Wayne? Who's that? He sounds like a really cool guy."

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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    -Tal wrote: »
    what if the interview was actually an argo all along

    So... to attract Kim Jong-Un in order to assassinate him they cleverly invite him to star in a Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy about his own assassination?

    It's just crazy enough to work.

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    JebusUDJebusUD Adventure! Candy IslandRegistered User regular
    YaYa wrote: »
    I don't buy that North Korea was behind that hack for a second

    Well, behind it in the sense that, if i'm understanding the press info right, they hired hackers to do it. NK doesn't have much in the way of internet as far as I know. Or proper electricity to most places. It's largely dark from space.

    How would home grown hackers from NK even learn how to do the hacking?

    and I wonder about my neighbors even though I don't have them
    but they're listening to every word I say
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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    JebusUD wrote: »
    YaYa wrote: »
    I don't buy that North Korea was behind that hack for a second

    Well, behind it in the sense that, if i'm understanding the press info right, they hired hackers to do it. NK doesn't have much in the way of internet as far as I know. Or proper electricity to most places. It's largely dark from space.

    How would home grown hackers from NK even learn how to do the hacking?

    I promise you the North Korean spy agency has power and high-speed internet access piped right into their offices 24/7.

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    BlankZoeBlankZoe Registered User regular
    Yeah just because the masses live in pretty terrible conditions doesn't mean the government does

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    Raijin QuickfootRaijin Quickfoot I'm your Huckleberry YOU'RE NO DAISYRegistered User, ClubPA regular
    edited December 2014
    Wrong thread...North Korea eh? Weird.

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    JebusUDJebusUD Adventure! Candy IslandRegistered User regular
    SimBen wrote: »
    JebusUD wrote: »
    YaYa wrote: »
    I don't buy that North Korea was behind that hack for a second

    Well, behind it in the sense that, if i'm understanding the press info right, they hired hackers to do it. NK doesn't have much in the way of internet as far as I know. Or proper electricity to most places. It's largely dark from space.

    How would home grown hackers from NK even learn how to do the hacking?

    I promise you the North Korean spy agency has power and high-speed internet access piped right into their offices 24/7.

    Doubtlessly they do, I'm just saying that the talent pool for hackers can't be very good. Of course when you have Sony's patented super high tech security on the job, maybe you don't need a whole lot of talent.

    and I wonder about my neighbors even though I don't have them
    but they're listening to every word I say
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    SimBenSimBen Hodor? Hodor Hodor.Registered User regular
    JebusUD wrote: »
    SimBen wrote: »
    JebusUD wrote: »
    YaYa wrote: »
    I don't buy that North Korea was behind that hack for a second

    Well, behind it in the sense that, if i'm understanding the press info right, they hired hackers to do it. NK doesn't have much in the way of internet as far as I know. Or proper electricity to most places. It's largely dark from space.

    How would home grown hackers from NK even learn how to do the hacking?

    I promise you the North Korean spy agency has power and high-speed internet access piped right into their offices 24/7.

    Doubtlessly they do, I'm just saying that the talent pool for hackers can't be very good. Of course when you have Sony's patented super high tech security on the job, maybe you don't need a whole lot of talent.

    The North Korean government will pluck kids right out of school and train them to do whatever they want them to do and force them to do that their whole lives. There is no hobbyist scene in NK because there are no hobbies. You do what the government tells you to do and if the government tells you you're gonna be a hacker, you hack.

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    FishmanFishman Put your goddamned hand in the goddamned Box of Pain. Registered User regular
    In North Korea, Hackers are a handpicked pampered elite
    Defectors from the North have said Bureau 121, staffed by some of the most talented computer experts in the insular state, is part of the General Bureau of Reconnaissance, an elite spy agency run by the military. They have said it is involved in state-sponsored hacking, used by the Pyongyang government to spy on or sabotage its enemies.

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    Military hackers are among the most talented, and rewarded, people in North Korea, handpicked and trained from as young as 17, said Jang Se-yul, who studied with them at North Korea's military college for computer science, or the University of Automation, before defecting to the South six years ago.

    Speaking to Reuters in Seoul, he said the Bureau 121 unit comprises about 1,800 cyber-warriors, and is considered the elite of the military.

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    Mr. GMr. G Registered User regular
    Theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse that were going to show The Interview anyway will be replacing it with screenings of Team America: World Police

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    ChincymcchillaChincymcchilla Registered User regular
    Mr. G wrote: »
    Theaters like the Alamo Drafthouse that were going to show The Interview anyway will be replacing it with screenings of Team America: World Police

    drafthouse.com/movies/quote-alongs_team_america/dfw

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    Raijin QuickfootRaijin Quickfoot I'm your Huckleberry YOU'RE NO DAISYRegistered User, ClubPA regular
    I bet that Australian girl from the first Transformers movie works for North Korea.

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    Grey GhostGrey Ghost Registered User regular
    Bureau 121
    You gotta admit, that sounds pretty cool

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    AtomicTofuAtomicTofu She's a straight-up supervillain, yo Registered User regular
    Rinko Kikuchi is in a new movie where she plays a woman who believes Fargo is a true story: http://screencrush.com/kumiko-the-treasure-hunter-trailer/
    Kikuchi stars as the titular Kumiko, a lonely, regressive woman who lives alone in a Tokyo apartment with her pet rabbit Bunzo to keep her company. Under pressures from both work and her mother in a society still beholden to outdated traditions and gender stereotypes, Kumiko forms an attachment to the film ‘Fargo,’ discovering a treasure map which will lead her to the money Steve Buscemi’s character buried in the snow in the classic Coen brothers film. Kumiko sets out to America to find her treasure, taking us with her on her poignant and troubled journey.

    This sounds great

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    the cheatthe cheat Registered User, ClubPA regular
    man, what the fuck is even going on? what the fuuuuck?!

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    HobnailHobnail Registered User regular
    AtomicTofu wrote: »
    Rinko Kikuchi is in a new movie where she plays a woman who believes Fargo is a true story: http://screencrush.com/kumiko-the-treasure-hunter-trailer/
    Kikuchi stars as the titular Kumiko, a lonely, regressive woman who lives alone in a Tokyo apartment with her pet rabbit Bunzo to keep her company. Under pressures from both work and her mother in a society still beholden to outdated traditions and gender stereotypes, Kumiko forms an attachment to the film ‘Fargo,’ discovering a treasure map which will lead her to the money Steve Buscemi’s character buried in the snow in the classic Coen brothers film. Kumiko sets out to America to find her treasure, taking us with her on her poignant and troubled journey.

    This sounds great

    This sounds like it could be wildly, intensely depressing

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    LarsLars Registered User regular
    AtomicTofu wrote: »
    Rinko Kikuchi is in a new movie where she plays a woman who believes Fargo is a true story: http://screencrush.com/kumiko-the-treasure-hunter-trailer/

    ...that is a true story.

    Not Fargo, the woman believing that Fargo was true and going looking for it actually happened.

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    Mr. GMr. G Registered User regular
    Hobnail wrote: »
    AtomicTofu wrote: »
    Rinko Kikuchi is in a new movie where she plays a woman who believes Fargo is a true story: http://screencrush.com/kumiko-the-treasure-hunter-trailer/
    Kikuchi stars as the titular Kumiko, a lonely, regressive woman who lives alone in a Tokyo apartment with her pet rabbit Bunzo to keep her company. Under pressures from both work and her mother in a society still beholden to outdated traditions and gender stereotypes, Kumiko forms an attachment to the film ‘Fargo,’ discovering a treasure map which will lead her to the money Steve Buscemi’s character buried in the snow in the classic Coen brothers film. Kumiko sets out to America to find her treasure, taking us with her on her poignant and troubled journey.

    This sounds great

    This sounds like it could be wildly, intensely depressing

    Well in the real story
    she died in the snow looking for it

    so there's that

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