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[WATCH] Red-band trailer for raunchy, star-studded anthology MOVIE 43

Anthology films are usually limited to somewhat artful endeavours for cinephiles — Three Extremes, Paris, Je t’aime, To Each His Own Cinema — but that’s about to change with Movie 43, an R-rated comedy anthology overseen by Peter Farrelly and boasting an enormously diverse cast of Hollywood stars as well as some intriguing directors. Made up of twenty segments from a …

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[REVIEW] THE DICTATOR

Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest poli-slapstick vehicle The Dictator finds the comedian/writer trying to cover the broadest range of humour imaginable, to mixed results. Here he stars as Admiral General Aladeen, the vainglorious and idiotic North African dictator of the fictional oil-rich country Wadiya. Re-teaming with director Larry Charles, this project marks a change from the provocative mockumentary stylings of Borat and …

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[WATCH] Is THE DICTATOR funny yet? Red-Band Trailer + Sacha Baron Cohen on SNL & THE DAILY SHOW

Sacha Baron Cohen is currently making the rounds to promote his latest film The Dictator ahead of its release next week. Over the weekend, he appeared in character as Admiral General Aladeen on Saturday Night Live as the guest for Seth Myers’ ‘Weekend Update’ segment, during which he unveiled a kidnapped Martin Scorsese who was coerced …

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[WATCH] KIMMEL celebrates Twitter’s 6th birthday by having celebrities read nasty Tweets

Twitter turned six last week on March 21, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! decided to mark the occasion by having celebrities read some pretty nasty tweets about themselves. “One of the most interesting things about Twitter is it connects celebrities directly to their fans and vice versa,” Kimmel explained as he introduced the segment. “Your message goes …

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[Watch] THE DICTATOR Trailer starring Sacha Baron Cohen

The first trailer has been released for The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen’s take on a Middle Eastern tyrant. The man who brought us such characters as Ali G, Borat, and Bruno stars as a Muammar Gaddafi-esque despot who is sent to the United States in exile and spends his time there riding camels down Fifth …

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