You're probably reading this wondering what could have Ben Stiller done to have his cult classic comedy banned, right? The film Zoolander was directed and starring the Frat Pack member, which found him playing a dimwitted male model named Derek Zoolander who becomes a pawn in a plot to assassinate the Prime Minister of Malaysia by corrupt fashion executives. As a result, the film was never shown in Malaysia, as it is depicted as impoverished and dependent on sweatshops in the movie.
Deemed "definitely unsuitable" by the Malaysian goverment,, the comedy picture was also banned in neighboring Singapore due to the bilateral sensitivities and the movie's incessant drug use. While Stiller and co-star Owen Wilson never dueled it out on the catwalk in Malaysia, it was subsequently made available in Singapore in 2006, with the R rating.
You can watch the trailer for this comedy cult classic below: