You Don't Mess With The Zohan

You Don't Mess With The Zohan
You Don't Mess With The Zohan




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Adam Sandler has a crack at solving the Arab-Israeli conflict in this often-inspired comedy. He is the genial Zohan, Israel's top Special Forces soldier whose dream is to be a hairdresser in New York. He fakes his own death and winds up in the Big Apple, where he eventually gets a job in a Palestinian-owned salon. However, his true identity is discovered and he soon finds himself in a showdown with his arch-enemy, terrorist 'The Phantom'. Despite its sensitive subject matter, the film's plea for tolerance and Sandler's clowning make for a film that is both deeply silly and surprisingly thoughtful.

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This film has one use of strong bad language, frequent moderate sex references, and racial and cultural stereotyping that may cause offence.

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