Movie studios are banning theaters from showing Team America: World Police and The Interview because they are critical of North Korea, so it’s time to show support for free speech.
— The Verge (@verge) December 18, 2014
Support the Facebook page Stand For Team America, which was created in support of free speech and to point out that preventing theaters from playing Team America: World Police and The Interview will create a chilling effect on future movies critical of politicians and government.
Free speech advocates blasted Sony Picture’s decision to cancel the Dec. 25 release of The Interview, a film critical of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Dallas, Texas, responded by announcing a free screening of Team America: World Police, a 2004 film which satirizes North Korea, but Paramount Pictures banned them from doing so.
How about we stand up for the First Amendment instead of pulling movies from theaters?
Like the Facebook page Stand For Team America and tell your friends and family to as well.
If we don’t embrace free speech, we will certainly lose it!