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Watch The Dictator's Opening Scene

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If you're on the fence about going to see The Dictator in May, maybe the opening scene (above) from Sacha Baron Cohen's latest comedy will change your mind.

Ch-ch-check it out if you want to learn all about General Aladeen and what happens when you change the pronunciation of over 300 words to…Aladeen.

While Borat exposed some of the more ignorant aspects of our country, The Dictator may end up proving how lucky we really are to be living in it!

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5 comments to “Watch The Dictator's Opening Scene”



  1. 1

    I'm starting to feel that Borat may be Sacha's Waterboy because it's kinda been downhill from there. Bruno was not funny at all and honestly, the only scene from The Dictator trailer that had me laugh at all was when he was running in the race and started shooting his competitors and if that scene is shown in the first two minutes, why should I pay a $15 admission for that?!?!

  2. MM says – reply to this


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    wow this looks like crap, what is he famous for again? def not for being funny

  3. Jill says – reply to this


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    Perez,

    My hesitancy to see this film is based largely on my fear that the film will perpetuate negative stereotypes of Arabs or Muslims. I think that you need to be careful when making comments about how this movie will prove how lucky we are to be living in the U.S., considering it is a fictional film being promoted in the wake of the Arab Spring revolutions. Not every ruler of an Arab country fits this stereotype.

    Jill



  4. 4

    Do not like him, will not watch.

  5. cakes says – reply to this


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    Re: MM – Well, exept that The Waterboy was a very weak movie. Borat was a decent film but most of the material was recycled from both the UK and US versions of the Ali G show. I'm intrigued as to what Cohen can do with an actual script in place.