The story of 7 people on trial stemming from various charges surrounding the uprising at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
Alice returns to the whimsical world of Underland and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter.
A new assignment forces a top spy to team up with his football hooligan brother.
This is the heroic story of a dictator who risks his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed. "The Dictator" stars the fearless comedian Sacha Baron Cohen and was directed by Larry Charles ("Borat"). The film also stars Megan Fox, Anna Faris, Ben Kingsley, John C. Reilly and B.J. Novak.
Throughout his extraordinary career, Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese has brought his unique vision and dazzling gifts to life in a series of unforgettable films.
Sacha Baron Cohen's gay Austrian supermodel Bruno comes to the big screen with similar hijinks and celebrity interviews as seen on "Da Ali G Show." Brüno is Sacha Baron Cohen’s follow-up to Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Mayhem that ensues is directed by Larry Charles ("Borat", "Curb Your Enthusiasm"). ATTENTION! This film is not allowed for viewers under the age of 14 (K-14)! The film is strongly not recommended for the faint of heart. The film contains graphic nudity, sex scenes and foul language.
All the loveable characters are back - Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe and Gloria the hippo, King Julien, Maurice and the penguins - in "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa." Left marooned on the distant shores of Madagascar, the New Yorkers have hatched a plan so crazy it just might work. With military precision, the penguins have repaired an old crashed plane - sort of.
In "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," Sacha Baron Cohen - star of hit comedy series "Da Ali G Show," takes his outrageous Kazakhstani reporter character Borat to the big screen. In this hilariously offensive movie, Borat travels from his primitive home in Kazakhstan to the U.S. to make a documentary. On his cross-country road-trip, Borat meets real people in real situations with hysterical consequences.