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Ali G Indahouse (2002)

R | | Comedy | 22 March 2002 (UK)
Ali G unwittingly becomes a pawn in the Chancellor's plot to overthrow the Prime Minister of Great Britain. However, Ali is embraced by the nation as a voice of the youth, making the PM and his government more popular than ever.

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Mark Mylod

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sacha Baron Cohen ... Ali G / Borat
Emilio Rivera ... Rico
Gina La Piana ... Hoochie 1 (as Gina Lapiana)
Dana de Celis Dana de Celis ... Hoochie 2 (as Dana Pauley)
Dominic Delesilva Dominic Delesilva ... Young Boy
Jacqueline Castro ... Mum (as Jackeline Castro)
Jesse Acosta Jesse Acosta ... Gangster
Mário Aguilar Mário Aguilar ... Gangster (as Mario Aguilar)
Gary Baxley Gary Baxley ... Gangster
Carlos Ayala ... Gangster
John Estrada John Estrada ... Gangster
David Follosco David Follosco ... Gangster
Gerald Gonzales Gerald Gonzales ... Gangster
Manny Jimenez Sr. ... Gangster (as Manuel Jimenez)
Robert Jimenez Robert Jimenez ... Gangster
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Storyline

Ali G (Sacha Baron Cohen) unwittingly becomes a pawn in evil Chancellor David Carlton's (Charles Dance's) plot to overthrow the Prime Minister of Great Britain (Sir Michael Gambon). However, instead of bringing the Prime Minister down, Ali is embraced by the nation as the voice of youth and "realness", making the Prime Minister and his government more popular than ever.

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Genres:

Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content, pervasive crude humor, language and drug content | See all certifications »

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Trivia

In the audio commentary, Ali G (Sacha Baron Cohen) said that Alan Rickman and Sir Anthony Hopkins were offered the role of Deputy Prime Minister David Carlton, but turned it down with the part in the end being cast with another English actor, Charles Dance. See more »

Goofs

When Ali is chained to the fence as part of his protest, Ali can't resist and takes a bite out of a "chicken dipper" that is in the hand of one of the reporters. From the rear of the reporter you see him drop the remaining portion of the chicken into the box, when the view changes to a front-on shot, you see him drop the piece of chicken again. See more »

Quotes

David Carlton: Tell me, Ali, do you have a job?
Ali G: Unfortunately, I iz recently gone on the dole...
David Carlton: Really? When?
Ali G: Eight years and three months ago.
David Carlton: Says here you claim disability benefit, are you...?
Ali G: Yes, I iz actually spasticated. I iz got a terrible DJ'ing injury - I still ain't got full mobility in me main mixing finger...
[starts to air-mix, winces, feigns pain, and stops. Notices Carlton's fit secretary looking at him, so he points to his crotch]
Ali G: Everything down there's still working, though! Oh, yes...
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Crazy Credits

At the beginning of the film over the film certificate section Ali G comes on screen and introduces the film. See more »

Alternate Versions

Iin the original cut, the movie opens with Ali G appearing over the BBFC Certificate and changes the categorization from '15' to '18'. He goes on to warn about having sex in the back row of the cinema (other people's semen on the seats) and to suggest that our enjoyment will be enhanced by lighting a spliff. This thirty second introduction is missing from all international theatrical releases as well as all current home video releases. See more »

Connections

Spoofs The Matrix (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

BREAKDANCING ELECTRIC BOOGIE
(Joey Robinson (as Robinson)/Sylvia Robinson (as Robinson))
Performed by West Street Mob
Courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company & Sanctuary Copyrights Limited
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
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I have a sense of humour
8 December 2002 | by mysterywhiteboyismeSee all my reviews

... and if you do too then you should watch this film. If you're a fan of Ali G then this film is definitely for you. It is very funny - Its probably not as funny as the TV show or the video as thats where Ali G's stupidity is in its element. While it wont go down as a great British movie, it definitely is one of the better ones and funnier than some more high profile movies, it is still very funny and childish. 7/10


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France | UK | Germany

Language:

English | French | Spanish

Release Date:

22 March 2002 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Ali G in da House: The Movie See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

GBP5,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$23,280,529
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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