"These films are way better than they have any right to be - entirely thanks to Sacha Baron Cohen.
I enjoyed <em>'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm'</em> more than its predecessor from 2006, which relied too heavily on shock sex humour for my liking - though I did still like it all in all. This sequel is a little more creative with its jokes, whilst still having the necessary silliness and cringe.
Cohen is excellent as he reprises the role of Borat. He made me laugh a number of times, any other ac"
"I struggled through Borat Subsequent Moviefilm not because it is as wild and ridiculous as the first part but because there's just too much that Sacha Baron Cohen stuffs into it, which made my viewing experience slightly unpleasant. Sure, there are LOL moments and absurd dialogues that make the film what it is, but after a while, the jokes aren't funny (not in a bad way, though). The critique on the Trump administration is spot-on, so maybe this is more targeted towards Americans. However, I hav"
"I'm generally not a comedy guy. I did see the first Borat and found it to be a hodge-podge of prank sketches with some very funny gags.
Sacha Baron Cohan's follow-up improves over the original with a more story-based approach that still upends the '-isms" in America (racism, sexism, etc.) in the midst of a freaking pandemic. It couldn't be more well-timed in this brutal election season.
The standout is Borat's 15 year old daughter played by Maria Bakalova (she's actually 24) who steals th"
"It's always amazing how Cohen is able to charm people enough to get them comfortable and drop their guard. He may egg them on a little, but when the true colors come out they sure paint an ugly picture. Rudy Guiliani stars as national embarrassment number 4. "