Hector a mean dictator helps Tatiana with ideas on how to start a revolution after the teenager gains his admiration by chance, but when things gets out of hands for him, he runs to the little girl for help.
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Common Sense Media
March 16, 2018 Weak comedy about teen, despot has language, sexuality.Read in Source
March 21, 2018 Life hacks from a warm and fuzzy dictator. What's not to loathe?Read in Source
The Daily Beast
March 16, 2018 There's something sharper and smarter in Dear Dictator, but that ground is left regrettably unexplored; it's a film that ultimately doesn't live up to its premise. Going deeper would require considerably more guts.Read in Source
March 15, 2018 Pleasant enough to watch, even innocuous, "Dear Dictator" is something that gets worse the more you think about it.Read in Source
November 22, 2017 Clearly what's needed is a pointed satire highlighting the inherent absurdity governing global politics today, and Coup d'Etat may just fit the bill.Read in Source
March 14, 2018 Although the filmmakers name-check and appear to draw inspiration from Mean Girls, they've missed the mark on truly biting satire, leaving Dear Dictator toothless and silly.Read in Source
March 16, 2018 The only people to blame here are Addario & Syracuse, who block and shoot every scene with an energy that makes each week's installment of The Big Bang Theory seem downright avant-garde by comparison.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
March 15, 2018 Distinguished only by the fact that co-writer-directors Lisa Addario and Joe Syracuse convinced the great Michael Caine to costar in this thudding mishmash.Read in Source
New York Times
March 15, 2018 Too leaden for farce and too bland for satire, Lisa Addario and Joe Syracuse's "Dear Dictator" wastes a potential gold mine of culture-clashing silliness on worn, high school movie clichés.Read in Source
March 16, 2018 Something about Dear Dictator really rubbed me the wrong way. As comedy, it is utterly devoid of laughs. As social commentary, it is audacious only in how utterly condescending it ultimately proves to be.Read in Source
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