Sacha Baron Cohen has done some pretty crazy things during his time playing Borat and Bruno. And with all that craziness comes from repercussions...including the constant fear of being deported back to the UK.
Mike Finkelstein believes in the oppression of the people of Wadiya. He is in full support of the supreme leader, Admiral General Aladeen. So when a documentary about the wonderful life of the supreme leader hit theaters in America, Mike made sure he was first in line, three weeks early. Now, while smelling like a homeless person due to living in a sleeping bag outside his local theater for three weeks, here is his review of “The Dictator”.
The release of Sacha Baron Cohen's THE DICTATOR is only a week and a half away, and Paramount Pictures is in all-out media blitz mode. Its newest product: a brand new, three-minute restricted trailer!
It seems like we haven't heard anything new from THE DICTATOR camp since Sacha Baron Cohen covered Ryan Seacrest with ashes on the Oscars red carpet. (Probably a mix of that moment and the onslaught of AVENGERS footage leading up to next Friday's release.) Well now, we finally have a glimpse at some new footage from the film, more specifically, the opening sequence that introduces the world to General Aladeen.
If you still weren't sold on THE DICTATOR by it's teaser trailer, I think I have the goods to sell you.
Dressed as 'The Dictator,' Sasha Baron Cohen dumped a bag of 'ashes' he said were those of deceased North Korean leader Kim Jong Il onto E! host Ryan Seacrest. Nice, real nice.
Sacha Baron Cohen is a comedic genius, a fact made apparent in the way he is dealing with possibly being banned from the Oscars.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il died over the weekend, and leave it to Sacha Baron Cohen to make a hilarious statement on the subject.
Paramount and Dreamworks have released the trailer for Madagascar 3... which follows the story of Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe and Gloria the Hippo - as they try to rescue the pengiuns from a Monte Carlo casino and join a traveling circus in an effort to get back home to New York.