Dear Diary, as promised here, today's going to be the last entry on LJ. This will be my new blog, enjoy. Also, on the wordpress.com, the comments aren't appearing right off the bat or instantly. But I've fixed the settings right, at least I think so, and its not working out, so at my wits' ends trying to figure it out. Please help me. And its spamming every comment, so I need to approve them before they'd appear or show up on my page, even my own comments. Also, happy early birthday Kay! Goodbye LJ!
Dear Diary, so I last watched the movie The Dictator. One of the few I really enjoyed a while back. In fact, well, I found it very funny and hilarious to boot as well. Very humourus movie and lots of quirks, twists or turns in it too. I liked the male main character called Aladeen or something along the lines there.
Genre: Comedy-action or adventure.
Plot: A dictator, obviously, from Wadyia, or however its spelt there. He was trying to maintain the dictatorship in Wadyia, while being against democracy. So yeah, hes trying to keep it going and whilst getting votes for his re-election and etc. I dunno if the country's cooked up or made up one, but yeah, its an Arabic country, least from what I've seen in the movie eh? I've enjoyed the actor's playing and acting too. Aladeen also had many aliases or nicks in the movie: amongst them all; Alison Burger, the only one I remember.
Characters: Aladeen, dictator, and Chloé, a partisan of the green movement too. There are of course, other characters, but can't name them off the top of my head right now... but yeah, very funny characters and very well-chosen actors.
Rating: 8/10. While I liked it, I found it a bit sexual, too many sexual innuendos underlying in it. So not for kids, not with the whole family to enjoy either. I take back what I said earlier. Because too sexual in the movie and etc. Kids would find it gross and sickly a wee bit here... and etc.
Feelings about it: Well, made me feel uneasy, and threw me off-balance or caught me off-guard. Some parts in the movie did surprise me anyway. Especially the "getting the baby out part"... XDD Really liked his "Yarmendeli, Yarmendeli"... XD It creased me up and cracked me up. What the fuck was he on about? Hes clearly gone off his rocker there no? Plus, could any Arabic speakers tell me what it means? (Ikram). XDD
Whats your feelings or impressions or views on it? Did you like it or not? Also, I shall announce that the next subject would be about my ponderings about antiquities and antique and quaint shops. I've got a love for them too. And in the next next issue I will prattle on about the Brit actress Emma Watson, one of my favorite stars ever.