By now you may have heard that Prznint Stupid gave Little Rocket Man “a cassette” (actually an iPad) with a movie on it.
We have it:
OK, so someone in the Fourth Reich got a copy of iMovie for Xmas and decided to produce a Destiny Pictures Presents (by the way, there is a real Destiny Pictures and I hope that they defend their IP). Let’s read the movie reviews!
“Sung-Yoon Lee, a Korean studies professor at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy … [called it] ‘eerily reminiscent of second-rate South Korean government promotional videos.’ …”
“[T]he White House said it was made by the National Security Council, she said she instinctively suspected the South Koreans might have created it and gave it to Mr. Trump. ‘Will it have any impact?’ she asked. ‘Most likely, this patronizing act will give Kim a good laugh. It may also irritate and, paradoxically, reassure him at the same time — in the knowledge that his two adversaries are utterly clueless.’” https://nyti.ms/2yd1BwC
And not to be outdone:
— “Reporters thought this video was North Korea propaganda. It came from the White House,” by WaPo’s Avi Selk: “In a split-screen shot, Kim Jong Un waved to an adoring crowd while President Trump stood beside him with his thumb in the air. The pair appeared over and over again, like running mates in a campaign video …” https://wapo.st/2JBq849
A movie so bad that reporters thought it must have come from North Korea? Oh, that’s gonna leave a mark.