Let me get real. Comedies with Seth Rogen and James Franco are guilty pleasures for me. Pineapple Express and This Is The End ...love 'em. Movies with those two are basically bromances. They gives us definite man-love on the down-low, only it's not so down-low. I'll put it like this -- if Seth Rogen and James Franco had made Brokeback Mountain, that movie would've had weed-smoking scenes and a happy ending.
Rogen and Franco have a fine bromance in The Interview.
When Dave and Aaron discuss the Korean leader before they head overseas, Dave remarks "I hear he doesn't pee or poop." Later, when Dave tells that to the Korean leader (who happens to be a fan of Dave's), Kim confirms that he does indeed have a functioning anus. Says Kim Jong-un, "I've got a butthole and it's working overtime."
When Dave Skylark and the mysterious Korean leader meet, you don't feel that espionage is at play and murder will be attempted. In fact, it's more like a blind date that goes really, really well. First Kim shows Dave some of his secret military possessions. He points to one tank and says, "It was a gift to my grandfather from Stalin." Dave responds, "In my country, it's pronounced Stallone."
Not only does overwhelmed Aaron frantically beg Dave to be a serious TV journalist for once, Aaron's got to hide sensitive information in his butt per orders from the CIA. Information in a metal tube. A big metal tube.