[warning: dark sense of humour- may not be to your taste] Suggestion #234 (thanks to my brother for this one): [Iraqi] Police Academy: what little of a plot there is is constantly disrupted by the killing of the main characters in market bombs. That would explain all the sequels. Suggestion #235: Coach Kamran [instead of Carter]: 'inspirational' Pakistani who becomes a basketball coach in a run-down rural school. He's full of the usual cliched crap about 'change', hope, wanting to succeed, doing your best etc. Unfortunately for them he turns out to be a trickster and mis-appropriates school funds. The school is forced to close down and the student body is sold into slavery. This one is a real feel-good film. Suggestion #236: Like James Bond, but called, simply, Sir Edward. About a vertically-challenged, extremely unselfconscious Bangladeshi sellout who thinks he's all that but is actually a noxious turd. Follow him on his hilarious misadventures. Cuts to public services due to the recession mean that instead of wining and dining the chicks this secret agent is forced to spend nights in discount hotels, and his MI6 credit card has a £4.50 charge limit. Most of his time is spent following the vicissitudes of British politics, paying court to the members of whichever party happens to be in power. The moral of the story is that if you're really desperate to succeed and you're useless at everything, you'll probably be mediocre all your life and your best bet is to attach yourself to the powers that be- who will pet and feed you.