‘Everyone makes fun of our president. It’s nothing more than satire’

Good attitude:

Hundreds flocked to the Swap Shop Drive-In Movie Theatre near Fort Lauderdale on Christmas night to check out The Interview, the controversial Seth Rogen-James Franco film many chains refused to exhibit after hackers threatened to bomb theaters showing it.

“When we saw the trailer we knew something was going to happen,” said Gregory Florez, 17, who drove down with his family from Winter Haven to see the movie as a Christmas night outing. “We are not about to be ruled by some other nation. This is a testimony to what America truly is.”

“Everyone makes fun of our president. It’s nothing more than satire,” Gregory said. “They shouldn’t threaten an entire nation because of a movie.”

And articulate like Hollywood studio press people aren’t.

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