R | | Comedy
The heroic story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed.
In the promotional bust shot of the main character against a white backdrop, he is wearing medal ribbons including, among others: The Antarctica Service Medal Ribbon (third row, far left) The Kuwait Liberation of Kuwait Medal Ribbon (seventh row, far left) The Second World War Philippine Defense Medal Ribbon (fifth row, far left) and the Philippine Liberation Medal Ribbon (fifth row, second from left) What appears to be the Belgian Croix de Guerre Medal Ribbon (fifth row, far right) The French Croix de Guerre medal (fifth row, second from right)There are at least two cases of duplication: row sixteen, far right is the same as row fourteen, second from right, and row eleven, far left is the same as row nine, second from right. Altogether, he's wearing sixty-eight medals. The teaser movie poster shows at least one medal (the Belgian Croix de Guerre) changed, and they "loop". The eleventh and twelfth rows repeat as the eighteenth and nineteenth rows.
Sub Saharan, can you have 150 child warriors here by 5:00pm?
When Aladeen is standing on the bridge, there is a safety rail in the close shots. When the camera switches to wide angle shots, there is no rail present.
Special Thanks For Ingenuity In Technology: Isla Fisher.
Unrated version - 99mins
English, Hebrew, Arabic
$17,435,092 (USA) (20 May 2012)