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  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CXPJ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #71,877 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Stiller/Taylor/Wilson/Ferrell ~ Zoolander

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 1 2004
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"Zoolander" is one of those movies that, rather than sinks in it's own stupidity, soars in it (very rare). It is one of those movies that Rob Schneider wishes he could make (and when he evolves into an actor with real talent, he will). It's one of those movies that has one of the most ridiculous plots I've ever seen (Zoolander is brainwahsed to kill the Malasian prime minister, and the cast tries to save the prime minister; it is less of a plot than "Billy Madison had, and I say that with total honesty). Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson are great at being complete idiots who, when are told that there are files "in a computer", take it literally. Also, the movie tries to parody the modeling world, especially when Mostuafa (sp?) screams at one of his clients for being 5 pounds overweight, and succeeds with flying colors. A great comedy that brings out the inner superficial moron in us all.
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Zoolander is one of those films where a silly sense of humour is required. It's based on the New York fashion scene, with dimwitted model Ben Stiller being brainwashed to assassinate the prime minister of Malaysia. This seems essential to the big fashion corporations as the prime minister has passed new laws to end the child labour on which their careers survive. By taking such a fantastic concept the film enters into a fairly expansive parody of fashion and people's preoccupations with it.
Although there are several scenes of note, it is Stiller's over-the-top, exaggerated performance (complete with silly walk and frown) that make this movie worth seeing. Whether he's pouting at the camera or prancing down the catwalk he is constantly funny. In many ways the humour of the movie is like Charlie's Angels in that it never takes itself seriously. This is a parody but in no way a serious one and isn't afraid to have a little bit of harmless, stupid fun on the way. When Stiller's character insists to his roommates that to alleviate their sadness they go to have orance mochas and they all break into dopy grins, it's one of the movie's best moments.
Obviously this is a subject that's easy to lampoon but you can't help but love a film that's as earnest as this. Like Josie And The Pussycats made a point of saturated media imagery, so does Zoolander with a huge amount of celebrity cameos from Winona Ryder to Gwen Stefani to Vince Vaughn. Even Stiller's parents are there. Yet even though this movie belongs to Stiller, there's a nice supporting role from Christine Taylor (Stiller's wife and previously seen in The Wedding Singer and The Craft). Ultimately this is a movie that will make you feel good, but not in a sappy way, and thankfully even the happy conclusion has a fair bit of humour injected into it. This isn't as good as the sharply observed Meet The Parents, but it's still one of Stiller's best.
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"Zoolander" is one of those movies that cause people to respond in one of two ways: "Dude, that was really funny!" or "Dude, that was so stupid!" I was actually on the in-between. I really found some parts of the movie hilarious (the gasoline fiasco set to Wham's "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"), but other bits I found annoying and far-fetched. Even though the character of Derek Zoolander is good-hearted enough, is he really that dumb? Does he really not know how to spell "day?" Many of the laugh-free moments come from his stupidity being pounded into the heads of the viewer. We get it, okay?
It's strange for a movie to pair an assassination plot with the world of modeling. Usually when a TV character appears in a sketch or a cartoon, the only thing that writers can think to do when bringing them to the big screen is to involve them in a plot in which they help save the world. Does this make Zoolander unoriginal? Some would say no. After all, it is the first time we see a male model try to save the world, right?
But this movie did offer some good comedy in the form of a rivalry between Ben Stiller's Zoolander and Owen Wilson as fellow model Hansel (he's so hot right now!). Their run-in at the Vogue Fashion Awards and their runway walk competition are hysterical. One would expect Stiller to be the star of this film, but Wilson tends to outshine him in many instances.
Will Ferrell is wacky, and just plain strange, as the evil Mugatu. Beware: he may start to get on your nerves after a while. Christine Taylor lends some sanity to the bunch as Matilda, but is underplayed by the less intelligent characters. How can one take her seriously amidst such goofballs? Expect many cameos by "good-looking" celebrities. This idea has become a staple for comedies like Zoolander (i.e.
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This film is a zany, funny, irreverent look at the materialistic, superficial, and shallow fashion world. Seen through the eyes of the dense and singleminded male model, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), it slyly pokes fun at all that the fashion world holds dear.
Zoolander, a three time winner of the male model of the year award, goes up against the new kid in town, Hansel (Owen Wilson), and much to his amazement has his crown taken from him. No longer the toast of the town and already yesterday's news, Zoolander falls prey to the dastardly machinations of acclaimed fashion designer, Mugatu (Will Ferrell), and his evil sidekick, Katinka (Milla Jovovich).
It seems that Mugatu and Katinka want to turn Zoolander into an unwitting assassin whose killing frenzy will be triggered by hearing certain words of a song. In order to keep Mugatu's sweatshops running at full throttle, they hope to rid themselves of the prime minister of Malaysia, who is planning on abolishing child labor. An intelligent and intrepid reporter, Matilda Jeffries (Christine Taylor), who is also Zoolander's love interest, realizes, however, that something amiss is afoot. Before you know it, bitter rivals Zoolander and Hansel are joined in battle against the forces of evil.
This is a hilarious and silly spoof that is sure to make the viewer rock and roll with laughter. Ben Stiller is hysterical as the dumber than dumb Zoolander, who struggles to find meaning in his life after his modeling career tanks. Owen Wilson is absolutely endearing as Zoolander's equally dense rival, Hansel. David Duchovny has a small, but memorable, role as J.P. Prewitt, a former hand model. Jon Voight is funny as Larry Zoolander, Derek's macho, coal miner father, who is mortified by his effeminate looking son and his chosen occupation.
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