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December 18th, 2014
07:05 PM ET

Film Critic: 'Hollywood's always running scared'

CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with New York Magazine's film critic, David Edelstein, about whether Sony hacking is going to affect future films.

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  1. Fred Bronson

    We need to run the movie, what have we become, a country of wimps??? We worry about every ones feelings, but I guess Korea sees the illegal hispanics walking all over us and we are so afraid to hurt their feeling, they could bullie us. I am ashamed to be an American

    December 18, 2014 at 7:52 pm |
  2. Larry Fitzgerald

    Brooke Baldwin,
    The Mammouth Cave National Park in Kentucky (US largest cave) has been renamed Sony Cave National Park because it is
    now the largest CAVE in the US.

    December 19, 2014 at 12:11 am |
  3. Fred Griswold

    It's not just Hollywood. Private industry is always trying to control the message. Objections to the attempted censorship have come from individuals like Rob Lowe, and from government. Obama came out in favor of free speech, as did Congressman Brad Sherman and Secretary of Homeland Security Johnson. Sony, on the other hand, actually requested that the media stop covering the hack. Talk about chutzpah. According to Sony, it's the theaters, but that's not much help, both of them are private industry. Private industry and free speech are like oil and water.

    December 26, 2014 at 2:37 am |
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  5. Авточасти AutoPower.BG

    Free speech in the real world is not like defined in wikipedia.

    August 18, 2016 at 1:28 am |

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