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Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three stars out of a possible four, saying, "The Dictator is funny, in addition to being obscene, disgusting, scatological, vulgar, crude and so on. Having seen Sacha Baron Cohen promoting it on countless talk shows, I feared the movie would feel like déjà vu. But no. He establishes a claim to be the best comic filmmaker now working. And in a speech about dictatorships, he practices merciless political satire." Slant Magazine conversely concluded, "bound to be one of the year's biggest comedy letdowns, The Dictator doesn't so much stir hot-button issues as showcase a great satirist off his game." Keith Uhlich of Time Out approved, giving it four stars out of five, and calling the opening scenes in the film "a brisk, hilarious jeremiad" and its ending monologue "a rousing, uproarious climactic speech worthy of both Chaplin and Team America."
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The film is banned in several member-countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, in particular nations with real-life leaders commonly described as dictators, including Belarus and Tajikistan, described as "unlikely" to be shown in Turkmenistan, shortened to 71 minutes by the censorship in Uzbekistan, and banned from screens two weeks after its premiere in Kazakhstan. Rumours were circulating that the film has been also informally banned from showing in Belarus, but state officials denied this referring to deficiency of properly equipped movie theaters suitable for showing the film distributed exclusively in digital format.
In 1938, the world's most famous movie star began to prepare afilm about the monster of the 20th century. Charlie Chaplin looked a littlelike Adolf Hitler, in part because Hitler had chosen the same toothbrushmoustache as the Little Tramp. Exploiting that resemblance, Chaplin devised asatire in which the dictator and a Jewish barber from the ghetto would bemistaken for each other. The result, released in 1940, was "The GreatDictator," Chaplin's first talking picture and the highest-grossing of hiscareer, although it would cause him great difficulties and indirectly lead tohis long exile from the United States.
Inthe classic Chaplin tradition, the movie has a richness of gags and comicpantomime, including Hynkel's famous ballet with an inflated balloon that makesthe globe his plaything. There is a sequence where five men bite into puddingsafter being told the one who finds a coin must give his life to assassinateHynkel. None of them want to find the coin and there is cheating, buteventually -- see for yourself. And there is a long, funny episode when thedictator of neighboring Bacteria, Benzini Napaloni (Jack Oakie), pays a statevisit. Napaloni, obviously modeled on Mussolini, eludes an attempt to make himsit in a low chair so the short Hynkel can loom over him. And when the two ofthem sit in adjacent barber chairs, they take turns pumping their chairs higherthan the other. There is also a lot of confusion about saluting, and Chaplinintercuts shots of the two dictators with newsreels of enormous, cheeringcrowds.
From the creators of Borat, this film is a masterpiece. Once again starring Sacha Baron Cohen, the film is also headed by the Borat director Larry Charles. Cohen essays the role of Admiral General Aladeen and stars alongside Anna Faris, Ben Kingsley, Jason Mantzoukas, and an non-credited appearance by John C. Reilly. Aladeen, a despotic dictator of a fictional Republic of Wadiya, travels to New York to speak to the United Nations Security Council. His preparations, however, go awry when he is kidnapped by a hitman employed by his uncle, Tamir. The political satire was not a total hit with the critics yet movie-goers have not stopped raving about it till now. The best of Cohen in his element, he carries the whole show on his back and leaves no room for regret in the audience. A must-watch for all the cynics who love a satire.
How to Become A Tyrant is an upcoming docuseries, season 1 of which is going to premiere on Netflix on uly 9. Starring Peter Dinklage, the series will follow the absolute rise to power of some of the biggest dictators of all times. While we wait eagerly for the show to drop, here are 10 similar movies and documentaries to stream across OTTs :
The perfect example of Chaplin's wit, this parody of one of the greatest dictators of all time, Hitler, is considered by many as a masterpiece. The five-minute speech at the end of the movie has inspired many to do their own versions and takes of it. Ironically, there's no satire in the speech. Chaplin plays both the dictator and a persecuted Jewish barber in this film. It's a delightful comedy and a grim agitprop drama all in one. The first full blown talkie from the biggest star of the silent era, this 1940 film received five Oscar nominations and has immortalised itself in history.