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The democracy of laughter – The Dictator review

The Dictator – Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris, and Jason Mantzoukas. Directed by Larry Charles. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. The democratic process is alive and well in every cinema screening The Dictator, and in every home where it will play from now until the end of time (or, until all entertainment is replaced […]

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Trailer Debut: The Dictator

A brand new trailer for the upcoming Sacha Baron Cohen comedy The Dictator has arrived, offering us a greater glimpse of the plot, as well as a shorn Anna Faris. Baron Cohen stars in the film as the cruel autocrat General Alladeen of Wadiya, who travels to New York to address the U.N., visit the […]

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Trailer Debut: The Dictator

The trailer for The Dictator has debuted online, offering us our first look at Sacha Baron Cohen‘s latest comedy creation. The man behind Borat and Bruno stars as a, well, dictator of a Middle Eastern country who visits The Land of the Free, America. There he gets to meet – and bed – local dignitaries […]

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Megan Fox, John C. Reilly join Sacha Baron Cohen’s The Dictator

Megan Fox and John C. Reilly have joined the cast of Sacha Baron Cohen‘s upcoming comedy The Dictator. According to The Hollywood Reporter, their involvement will amount to little more than a ‘cameo’; their specific roles are being kept under wraps. Cohen stars as a “heroic … dictator, who risked his life to ensure that democracy […]

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>Baron Cohen to play racist, corrupt cop

>We recently learnt that Sacha Baron Cohen will star in The Dictator, to be directed by Larry Charles with filming set to start in 2011. But what else has the comedy actor who loves to straddle the fine line of offence got in store for the future? Well, according to the LA Times, he will […]

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The brains behind Borat and Bruno back for more

It seems the chameleonic Sacha Baron Cohen and director Larry Charles are set to team up yet again, according to a report in the LA Times. That’s right, the dynamic duo you might know from such previously offensive and, depending on your stance, amusing films as Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious […]

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