Hot Sheet: Lookout Weekend
BY Jeremy Kinser
August 24 2012 6:11 PM ET
10. DVD: Born to Be Bad/The Dictator
In Born to Be Bad, a racy 1950 melodrama from bisexual director Nicholas Ray (Rebel Without a Cause) turns Joan Fontaine (Rebecca)’s good girl image on its head. In between his performance as flamy fashionista Brüno and his upcoming turn as flamboyant Queen vocalist Freddie Mercury, catch Sacha Baron Cohen as a Middle Eastern despot who goes incognito in New York in the relentlessly silly The Dictator.
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