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Say what you will about Sacha Baron Cohen's ribald and untoward brand of comedy, but he has at least one thing going for him in his latest big-screen venture, "The Dictator": good timing. Speaking of which, here's a glimpse of what Super Bowl ad-watchers will see from Baron Cohen's camp this Sunday.

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For those who live there, life at the wrong end of Avenue 54 in Southern California’s eastern Coachella Valley is a hot, rotting hell. As you head east, the “Bermuda shorts, putting greens and picture-window champagne dinners” found in abundance near the Arnold Palmer Golf Course give way to … (more)

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"Electric cars are gay," says Vince Vaughn in an unfortunate attempt at humor in this trailer for Ron Howard's new film, "The Dilemma." It gets worse -- Vaughn's character continues, "not homosexual gay but, you know, 'my-parents-are-chaperoning-the-dance' gay."

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This "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" trailer is, thankfully, lower on the cheesy scale than its predecessor teaser, and shows more from the human interest angle -- also a good idea. Scenery chewing does not a great sequel make, and we're getting our hopes up for this one. Take a look after the jump.

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The first teaser for Oliver Stone's new biopic has landed. The clip features George W. Bush as a young, drunk screw-up who goes from fighting with Dad and crashing a car to stretching out in the Oval Office. Video fixed.

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This corporate war is fictional. Any resemblance to a real privatized war, immoral or otherwise, is purely coincidental.

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Take a look back at the Iraq debacle with the trailer for the Sundance award-winning "No End in Sight," by first-time filmmaker Charles Ferguson. According to Time, it's "the most important movie you are likely to see this year."

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Jon Stewart plays up the irony when a Katrina survivor drives from Louisiana to Washington, D.C., for an unsolicited meeting with President Bush. The contrast with Cindy Sheehan is hilarious. Watch it.

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