So it seems that many Americans have banded together, despite political differences, to collectively say #BYEFELICIA to Sony Pictures for caving in to North Korean hackers threats of violence if any theaters show the movie, The Interview, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.

Hey! Wait a minute, Sony Pictures! NOBODY can tell US AMERICANS (AND SUCH AS) which movies we can and cannot see, and expect to get away with it! Allow me to help y'all out with a generous dose from my can of musical WHOOP-A$$! (Keep reading and then watch the video at the end of this blog.)

Look, all I'm saying is that "The Interview" movie is a COMEDY, for crying out loud, not a DOCUMENTARY! In fact, several movie critics (including The Hollywood Reporter) say that the movie actually sucks, but that is beside the point. It is NOT acceptable to threaten and/or frighten us away from our American freedoms to watch horrible movies!

Here's your [CENSORED] theme song. Take that, hackers! America! Eff yeah!