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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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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 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 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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Ali G unwittingly becomes a pawn in the evil Chancellor's plot to overthrow the Prime Minister of Great Britain. 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. Written by Anonymous

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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France | UK | Germany

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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:

£5,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£3,231,673 (United Kingdom), 24 March 2002, Limited Release
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Reportedly, filming locations for the movie in England were kept a well guarded secret, so as to keep the movie as real as possible, so the locales would appear as bleak, bland, and boring, as intended by the filmmakers. See more »

Goofs

At the end, when Ali samples a large marijuana joint and exhales for a very long moment, he doesn't quite manage to keep his lips in the exact same position and it becomes obvious the smoke is not really coming out of his mouth but from some device hidden behind him. See more »

Quotes

Ali G: Me Julie, will you make me the happiest guy in the world?
Me Julie: Yes, Ali. Yes I will.
Ali G: Good. Let me shag her, then!
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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 »

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BEST ENDEAVOURS (aka CHANNEL 4 NEWS THEME)
(Alan Hawkshaw (as Hawkshaw))
Courtesy of Bruton Music Limited
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Je m'appelle Ali. J'habite in Staines.

IMDb mark: 7

What a fun film this is! Especially the beginning... 'Ali g Indahouse' has got to have one of the greatest, funniest intros ever! Even the opening credits are hilarious. But you have to be open-minded. This movie certainly isn't for the people who move their heads disapprovingly when they see you purchasing prophylactic wrappers. Getting back to the movie, this film is likely to offend not only older people but women, too. So, it is fairly obvious that the movie is intended for a restricted audience.

-Humour: There is more than a fair share of swearing in this movie. There are more than a few sexist remarks in this film. And yes, they are extremely funny. But there are even a few very funny lines that aren't sexist or obscene. 25/25

-Physical Comedy: Sacha Baron Cohen is the one who provides nearly all of the funny stuff in this film, but he does it really well. He finds himself in predicaments and tense moments throughout the whole film, and some of his reactions are priceless. 17/20

-Plot: The plot is very far-fetched. One of Britain's party leaders decides to use a stupid young man he sees outside making a fool of himself in his plot to overthrow the Prime Minister. But that young man isn't just anyone, he is street tough Ali g, who is one bad dude. 6/15

-Ending: I didn't think the ending was too great. Of course, taste varies. 4/10

-Theme: Not all people can be judged by their exterior. 9/10

-Nudity: There is no nudity in this film, although there are a couple of nude pictures of some unknown women briefly shown late in the film. 0/8

-Cast: I hadn't heard of Sacha Baron Cohen before seeing this film, but apparently he is better-known in the United Kingdom, having his own series, 'Da Ali G Show'. Other somewhat famous actors in this movie are Rhona Mitra and Charles Dance, and there is a cameo appearance by Naomi Campbell. 2/8

-Genre: This is a comedy. 4/4

-->Overall: 67/100

It's so nice and refreshing to see a good sexist, lewd comedy among this bland sea of chick comedies. Since 'Married... with Children', I haven't laughed this hard while seeing a new comedy. From Swordlord, 2 swords up!


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