Both Funny & Challenging To Dictatorships The response from Kim Jong Un to this movie (after all, it's just a movie) is the most telling (he threatened to blow up America). Not many comedies get more than about 25% positive reviews; the makers and actors should be proud, over 50% here on Rotten Tomatoes, 4.5 stars on Amazon, and 65% on IMDB. I don't believe 'all' reports coming out of N Korea, but if the government there wants to set the record straight, they can allow their people to communicate and travel freely. Dennis Rodman's only good thing to say about Kim Jong Un is that he has been nice to him, and Dennis does not care what someone does in the world as long as they're nice to him. That sure isn't saying much for the guy, as Dennis is his main defender in the U.S.