The first trailer for 'The Dictator' didn't give much in the way of plot and instead promised a fictional narrative version of the mockumentary characters we've come to expect from Sacha Baron Cohen. This first official clip strips away a bit of the goofy caricature in favor of plot...
But are you interested in what he's selling?
Though this summer is loaded with a number of big money-making titles ('The Avengers' and 'The Dark Knight Rises' especially), it's hard to say if a film like Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Dictator' is going to work. As 'Dark Shadows' revealed itself to be a comedy, it's no surprise that Paramount blinked and moved 'The Dictator' from May 11 to the 16th today.
Watch out, poster flood! While several movies grace the big screen this weekend, we get a glimpse of a few more films that are scheduled to be released at some point this year through their posters.
Though the teaser trailer for 'The Dictator' - the latest film from Sacha Baron Cohen - only revealed the character, the full trailer has finally shown the movie's plot. And though how much of the film is plot driven will be revealed May 11, this trailer gives you a better sense of the film that Cohen and director Larry Charles have made. But does that mean it's a better movie?
Someone either has a great sense of humor, or they couldn't locate the actual Kazakh national anthem at the Arab Shooting Championship held in Kuwait. Either way, something else besides the official anthem played during the awards ceremony.