'The Dictator' tortures Martin Scorsese on 'SNL' - video
Published May 6 2012, 16:14 BST | By Tara Fowler The Dictator
's Admiral General Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen
) made an appearance on last night's (May 5) episode of Saturday Night Live
Aladeen was invited for an interview with Seth Meyers as part of the comedy series's 'Weekend Update' segment. There, he discussed his new film, insisting that it has been receiving favourable reviews.
As evidence, Aladeen first produced a blood-stained piece of paper from The New York Times
film critic AO Scott.
is the best film I have seen in the last ten years," read Aladeen. "There, I said it. Please, please not my face."
The tyrant then said that Chicago Sun-Times
critic Roger Ebert gave the film two thumbs up, before presenting two actual human thumbs.
Finally, Aladeen brought in a bound and hooded figure, who turned out to be Hugo
director Martin Scorsese, to give an in-person review.
"It was good," Scorsese said of the film, before the Admiral shocked him and he amended his statement to: "It was great."
Watch Admiral General Aladeen's appearance on Saturday Night Live