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Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

21 Ratings: 3.0
Comedy movie directed by Larry Charles

It takes a certain kind of comic genius to create a character who is, to quote the classic Sondheim lyric, appealing and appalling. But be forewarned: Borat is not "something for everyone." It arrives as advertised as one of the most outrageous, … see full wiki

Director: Larry Charles
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: November 3, 2006
MPAA Rating: R
6 reviews about Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for...
review by . April 29, 2009
Having seen Clerks II, I thought that I had seen one of the more shocking movies around but it pales in comparison to this movie. People with prudish attitudes should definitely stay home and even open minded people like myself will have some issues as to how far the movie will go.     This movie seemed like a long joke that stretched so far that I started to get a headache after the first hour. Borat (Cohen) seemed to want to do really outrageous thing to unsuspecting audiences …
review by . November 01, 2008
Sacha Baron Cohen stars as Borat, a journalist from Kazakhstan who has come to America to make a documentary. While in New York, he sees "Baywatch" on TV and vows to go to California and marry Pamela Anderson. Off he goes across the country, meeting (and insulting) various groups along the way, including Jews, Christians, animal lovers, rodeo fans, fine diners, a doctor, and just about anyone else you can imagine. The vignettes were shot with real people, a la "Candid Camera," who react to the …
review by . August 08, 2007
I saw this movie after numerous friends saw it and recommended it to me. By looking at its ratings on IMDB.com and other websites, it was supposed to be one of the funniest movies of 2006. I was wholly disappointed. As a minority, and someone who appreciates good racial and ethnic jokes, I found this movie's comedy to be a haphazard mix of derogatory, old-hat or just plain disgusting. Much of the humor featured in this film has been included in older movies. For example, the notion of Borat going …
review by . April 19, 2007
I must say that I'm a fan of Sacha Baron Cohen's "Da Ali G Show," and have enjoyed it for some time now. Borat was fun to watch as he made his way through the United States looking for people to agitate, disgust, anger, etc. However, in this film, "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," Cohen runs the comedy well dry. The scripted moments of this film were the weakest points in the movie. **SPOILERS** The incident with the bear, the bickering with his …
review by . April 03, 2007
Finally had the opportunity to watch this and try to understand the hype surrounding this. After viewing this I thought it was silly to an extent regarding these culture clashes. The way the film is made is quite unorthodox because there are few actors and the main part of characters are people who really think they are talking to a reporter from Kazakhstan, just a candid camera. It is not surprising the huge controversy aroused as some of the people tricked into the 'documentary' have already sued …
review by . March 08, 2007
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"Borat"    Cultural Laughings    Amos Lassen and Cinema Pride    "Borat' is the funniest movie I have seen in a long, long time. It is hilarious, it is offensive, it is rude and it is very smart. Sacha Baron Cohen is absolutely amazing. He consistently stays in character and is probably one of the funniest men we have in movies today, The movie is so full of surprises and as funny as they are the first time, they are that much funnier the …
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