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This movie is based on a lesser known comic by the authors of Asterix. The first half of the movie feels rather messy, as we go through Grand Vizier Iznogoud's various schemes and dreams for assassinating the dumb but lovable caliph.
These scenes feel rushed and poorly presented. It gets better towards the end, though. The acting is a tad too over-the-top at times.
Whilst the movie as a whole is uneven, there are many good moments. The genie twins are hilarious and steal every scene they're in.
There are plenty of the enjoyable modern references we see in Asterix e. Iznogoud's take on "running water". It's cartoonish humor with adult savvy.
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By continuing to use TMDb, you are agreeing to this policy. Sign up and join the community. Overview In Baghdad the Magnificent reigns Haroun al Plassid, who is the Caliph.
Instead the Sultan changes the laws to suit the people and Iznogoud is arrested. A Chinese wizard sells Iznogoud a magic flute; one tune changes the listener into a dog, another changes them back.
Iznogoud first uses the flute to turn the wizard and half of Baghdad into dogs, but when he is in front of the sultan, he forgets the tune.
Ultimately, he is the one who is turned into a dog. A magic salesman sells Iznogoud a magical device known as a "computer" that can answer any question.
The vizier asks it how to become Sultan instead of the Sultan, while trying to delay the signing of a marriage contract between the Sultan's 37th son and Sultan Streetcar's 42nd daughter until he can get an answer.
But the computer has no answer for him, and the signing goes ahead as planned. Iznogoud obtains a cursed diamond from a beggar to give to the Sultan as a birthday present, but the diamond's curse falls hard upon Iznogoud the moment he touches it.
Iznogoud is met by an alien exploration team whom he hopes will dispose of the sultan with their zapper pistol, only to get zapped himself.
Iznogoud proposes a strong dimwitted porter to challenge the Sultan to a duel which would make Iznogoud the sultan if the Sultan is the loser while the winner will be executed for attacking the Sultan.
But as the fight begins, the Sultan unwittingly breaks a transformation spell on the porter, revealing "him" to be the long lost daughter of Sultan Streetcar, who is furious to discover that Iznogoud nearly got his daughter executed.
Iznogoud seeks the help of the Magic Weatherman to produce snow to freeze the Sultan. Before Iznogoud can cause an avalanche on the Sultan the Magic Weatherman melts all the snow.
Iznogoud gets the Sultan to board the ship of an unlucky sailor, but he and Adulahf also come on the voyage.
The trip from one island to another is ridiculous till Iznogoud turns into a seashell. A group of Indians arrive to bring a gift to the Sultan.
They give to Iznogoud a fly that stings its victim to a long sleep. The fly escapes and ends up as the Sultan's pet. A sailor named Cimbal tells Iznogoud of an island with giants, where Iznogoud hopes to dispose of the Sultan.
The two giants send the Sultan back home and use Iznogoud and Adulahf as chess pieces. A strange man called Telltale, who can literally sniff out scandal wherever he goes, offers his services to Iznogoud.
When he cannot sniff any scandal involving the Sultan, Iznogoud persuades him to plant a fake story about the Sultan having a forsaken child.
Hundreds of people show up claiming to be the Sultan's child, and the Sultan adopts them all and ruins Iznogoud's plan. Today is election day and Iznogoud intends to become sultan with the help of Smart Alec the magician and a support team, but a rival group led by the yogi Iron-Nail are opposing.
A revolt ruins Iznogoud's plans altogether. Iznogoud visits a wax museum and persuades the owner to make some wax assassins alive to get the Sultan, but he has until 7 o'clock to do so.
The assassins are uncooperative and Iznogoud fails to meet the deadline. A mirror genie called Inside-Out takes Iznogoud to a world where everything is the opposite.
Iznogoud enjoys his stay until he realises the opposites are more against him than with him. Iznogoud gets from a charm merchant a memory potion which requires the victim to smell it.
Iznogoud's attempt to erase the Sultan's memory makes other people amnesiac and eventually himself. Iznogoud buys a magic amulet that makes the wearer's dreams come true, but none of the surreal dreams he has involve becoming Sultan instead of the Sultan.
His henchman Adulahf has better luck when he puts on the amulet and finds himself Sultan. Iznogoud encounters an apprentice fairy and asks her to use her magic to turn him into the Sultan.
Unfortunately, she turns the Sultan into a clone of Iznogoud instead, and then turns both Iznogouds back into Sultans.
Her attempts to fix things just make them worse, until finally Iznogoud is cloned and turned into a pair of clothes irons. A magician shows Iznogoud a magic bowl; when two people drink from it, they switch bodies.
Iznogoud uses the bowl to switch bodies with the Sultan, whom he promptly imprisons, but his tyrannical rule leads him to be overthrown and replaced by the grand vizier the Sultan in Iznogoud's body.
A joke shop owner sells Iznogoud a magic jigsaw puzzle which, when the last piece is put in, causes the object of the puzzler's thoughts to disintegrate into 10, pieces.
However, a piece is missing, forcing Iznogoud to get a new one from the factory. Then the joke shop owner finds the original missing piece and delivers it to the Sultan, who says he's always thinking of Iznogoud as he puts the piece in and causes the vizier to disintegrate.
Iznogoud drags the Sultan on a vacation to a seaside resort, where he tries various ways to get rid of him: swimming in shark-infested waters, burying him in the sand, sending him out in a boat in a storm.
His attempts all fail, leaving him a nervous wreck whom the Sultan's doctor declares in need of a vacation.
The Sultan gets his power from a magic sceptre that he must retrieve and present to the people once a year; if he fails, he is executed.
Iznogoud fetches a thief from the local jail to steal the sceptre. The thief reads through a dictionary to find the password to open the sceptre's chamber, but after stealing the sceptre, they accidentally leave the dictionary behind and, as they go back to retrieve the evidence of their crime, the ever unaware Sultan takes the sceptre.
The thief leaves Iznogoud and Adulahf trapped in the chamber, unable to remember the password to get out. Iznogoud buys from Traveller Sheikh a potion to shrink the Sultan.
His attempts get other things and people shrunk and finally himself. On Nuts' Day, authorities and servants switch places, meaning Iznogoud is Sultan for a day, but his attempts to make the change permanent by enlisting help from a genie, Sultan Streetcar, and the local people all fail, and when the day ends, he is arrested as a runaway slave.
Iznogoud buys a magic pencil and paper that will make anyone drawn on it disappear when the paper is torn in half.
Unfortunately, his art skills are not good enough to trigger the spell until he takes art classes, and when he finally does produce a realistic portrait of the Sultan and tears it in half, he is unaware that his teacher has sketched him on the other side of the page.
The sailor Iznotsobad brings Iznogoud a tube of toothpaste, an invention as yet unknown in the sultanate, that he falsely claims contains an undetectable poison.
The grand vizier's attempts to get the Sultan to brush his teeth with it end with Iznogoud himself covered in the contents of the tube. A poor fisherman discovers an ostrich that lays golden eggs when sung a song, and Iznogoud plans to use the eggs to fund a mercenary campaign to overthrow the Sultan.
However, his singing is so bad that it produces fool's gold eggs instead, and he is imprisoned for trying to scam the mercenary leader.
Iznogoud and Adulahf are riding out by camel when they meet a workman at a crossroads who claims he is responsible for maintaining a road to nowhere.Iznogoedh(pronounced "is no good" with aFrenchaccent) is aFrenchcomic series fromcoined byJean Tabary(drawings) andRené Goscinny(scenario) teevblogger.com Dutch publications are published by different publishers. Grand Vizier Iznogoedh want absolutely "be Caliph instead of the Caliph."Insidiously he tries with all available meansCaliphHarun el Poessahdisable itself and the. Movie Info A man (Michaël Youn) dreams of killing the ruler (Jacques Villeret) of his kingdom, while a sultan (Bernard Farcy) wants his daughter to marry. Adaptation of the long-running comic book series Iznogoud () by René Goscinny and Jean Tabary. The series is set in a fantasy version of the Abbasid Caliphate (), and the main characters live in Baghdad (its capital). The Caliphate is nominally ruled by Caliph Haroun El Poussah (Sultan Haroun El Plassid in English). Provided to YouTube by WagramIznogoud · Alain GarciaIznogoud (Générique original de la série TV) - Single℗ WagramReleased on: Lyricist: A. GarciaCo. Overview In Baghdad the Magnificent reigns Haroun al Plassid, who is the Caliph. There also dwells Iznogoud, who wants to be the Caliph. The irascible Grand Vizier hatches plot after plot to remove his ruler and take his place—melting Djinn, invisibility spell, cursed diamond, voodoo doll.