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Spoiled Movie Endings

Title Year Length (Minutes) MPAA Rating My Rating
You Don't Mess With the Zohan 2008 113 PG-13 2.5 out of 5 ducks
Ending
Israeli Mossad agent Zohan is tired of fighting terrorists single-handed (with more than a little over-the-top success), but after telling his parents he wants to follow his dream of cutting and styling hair in America (they have a good laugh), he fights with super bad guy Phantom, during which he fakes his own death and smuggles himself to New York in a doggie carrier (sharing space with dogs Scrappy and Coco). In America, he gives his name as Scrappy Coco, and after saving a man-boy on a bike being bullied by a businessman, the guy brings Zohan home to the apartment he shares with his mom. A local Israeli recognizes Zohan, but is sworn to secrecy, and Zohan finally lands a job scooping up hair clippings in Dalia's shop (where the rent was raised dramatically by land-grabbing developer Walbridge. Walbridge is secretly using thugs to try to start race fighting between the Palestinians and Israelis living on the same street. Zohan gets to cut hair, is wildly successful, and Phantom comes out of hiding when taxi driver Salim reports he didn't kill Zohan after all. Zohan and Phantom face off, but unite to defeat Walbridge. Walbridge's plan is exposed, he's arrested, and the neighborhood is redeveloped, including Dalia and Zohan getting together and Dalia getting a new shop, where Zohan's parents come in, aren't laughing, and dad wants a haircut. Moving film reel
Looking for more detail about this film? Try the film's page on IMDB by clicking on the IMDB logo: IMDB details for You Don't Mess With the Zohan (2008)

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