The Dictator Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El dictador

Title in Italiano:

Il dittatore

Title in Português:

O Ditador


Aladeen is the ego maniacal dictator of Wadiya who's hated by practically everyone in his country, even his confidants. He goes to New York to speak at the assembly about his country's nuclear weapons. But suddenly someone assigned to protect him, grabs him and shaves off his trademark beard and was about to kill him when something happens and he escapes.

He tries to go to the UN but his people have placed a double in his place and he speaks to the UN announcing he plans to turn Wadiya into a Democracy. Aladeen tries to go in but is kept out. He is taken in by a woman who was there protesting Aladeen. She gives him a job which is foreign to him.

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The Dictator
Wala Ala Baloh
Amr Diab: Performer
Breaking News
David Arnold: Writer
The Next Episode
David Axlerod: Writer
Peter Amato: Produced
Two Weeks
Christopher Bear: Writer
Grizzly Bear: Performer
Everybody Hurts
Bill Berry: Writer
M.C. Rai: Performer
Robert Berry: Produced
9 to 5
Dolly Parton: Writer
Peter Amato: Produced
Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez: Performer
A Moment Like This
Peter Amato: Produced
Jörgen Elofsson: Writer
Nikki Leonti: Performer
Steve Greenberg: Writer
Battle Without Honor or Humanity
Ebony & Ivory
Splish Splash
Let's Get It On
The Pearl in My Heart
The Song of Admiral General Sargeant Aladeen
Money's on the Dresser
Beware of the Boys
Wahrane Wahrane
Khaled: Performer
Ebony & Ivory
Tomoyasu Hotei: Performer
Let's Get It On
Marvin Gaye: Performer
Money's on the Dresser
Sacha Baron Cohen: Performer

User reviews

Charles White

The use of traditional Middle Eastern instruments in some songs adds an authentic touch to the portrayal of Wadiya.

Steven Moore

The soundtrack of The Dictator felt uninspired and generic, lacking any memorable or standout tracks that could enhance the viewing experience.

Linda Thompson

The soundtrack of The Dictator perfectly captures the comedic and satirical tone of the movie. The music enhances the outrageous situations and adds another layer of enjoyment to the overall viewing experience.

Matthew Miller

While the soundtrack may not be particularly groundbreaking or innovative, it serves its purpose well in complementing the on-screen action and helping to bring the world of The Dictator to life in a fun and entertaining way.

William Lewis

Each track effectively enhances the scenes, creating a dynamic and engaging atmosphere throughout the film.

Dorothy Roberts

The original songs created for the movie are catchy and memorable, adding an extra layer of enjoyment to the film.

Margaret Baker

The original score of The Dictator is dynamic and engaging, setting the mood for each scene with precision. The music enhances the comedic timing and emotional moments, making the film even more memorable and entertaining.

Sarah Jackson

The soundtrack manages to balance the comedic elements of the film with moments of tension and drama, providing a dynamic and engaging musical backdrop to the story of Aladeen's journey from dictator to aspiring democrat.

Andrew Thompson

The choice of songs in the soundtrack is clever and well-executed, creating a blend of traditional Middle Eastern music with modern pop and hip-hop elements. It reflects the clash of cultures and personalities portrayed in the film, adding depth to the storytelling.

Kimberly Smith

The music choices are diverse and well-suited to the different settings and moods of the story.

Joshua Rodriguez

The soundtrack effectively reflects the character development of Aladeen, from an ego maniacal dictator to a more empathetic and self-aware individual.

Daniel White

Overall, the soundtrack of The Dictator is a standout element that contributes significantly to the film's success and entertainment value.

Richard Evans

The soundtrack's integration with the plot and dialogue is seamless, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Richard Adams

The soundtrack of The Dictator effectively captures the humor and absurdity of the film's storyline, blending traditional Middle Eastern music with modern beats to create a unique and memorable sound.

Elizabeth Anderson

The music enhances the humor in many scenes, making them even more memorable and entertaining.

Lisa Taylor

I found the music choices to be jarring and disconnected from the tone of the movie, often taking away from the scenes rather than adding to the emotional impact or comedic moments.

Joseph Brown

The soundtrack of The Dictator perfectly captures the comedic and satirical tone of the movie.

Richard Lewis

The use of music in key moments of the movie adds an extra layer of comedy and satire, enhancing the overall viewing experience and helping to establish the tone of the film.