Allen Theaters drops screenings of 'The Interview' as film is pulled from release date
There are 4 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Dec 18, 2014, titled Allen Theaters drops screenings of 'The Interview' as film is pulled from release date. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:
The regional movie theater company that operates two Farmington theaters said it would not show the film "The Interview" Wednesday before the distribution company pulled the film from release following potential terrorism threats. Allen Theaters, based out of Las Cruces, said it would not be screening the Sony Pictures film in its 16 theaters in 11 cities across New Mexico and Colorado.
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#1 Dec 22, 2014
I doubt da moron(lds) contingent that run the Allen Theaters would have shown this movie anyhow. Besides, who wants to sit next to Jhonz with crying babies.
#2 Dec 23, 2014
Once again, terrorism defeated 'Murican principles of freedom and democracy. Way to cave into the terrorist, Allen family. Way to showsumballs!!!
#3 Jan 11, 2015
terrorists don't know where podunk NM is, let alone this podunk hicktown.
#4 Feb 4, 2015
They scared of their own shadows? There are no al qaeda in the 4 corners area.
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