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Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan 2006

Kazakh TV talking head Borat is dispatched to the United States to report on the greatest country in the world. With a documentary crew in tow, Borat becomes more interested in locating and marrying Pamela Anderson...

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Solar rating: 6.9


Imdb rating: 7.3

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The fat Armenian guy…LOL
Hahaha, so funny! I have enjoyed it a couple of times with my siblings and everytime it makes us crack! Worth watching :)

just awsome!!!! ^_^

Though it has at least some funny sceenes (i give 10% for that), i'm far away from beeing as naive as the movie expects me to be most of the time. Maybe it's easier to find a dumb guy like borat in USA than in Kazakhstan. Greetings from Switzerland.
This movie is may be offensive to some, but who gives a shit. Glad they made this film.
This is the type of movie that gets great ratings only from the people who understand this type of humor. The story was clever in my eyes and I really couldn't stop laughing at the film. So to me I loved it. But I understand if people didn't like it though.
Amazing! An incredible turn from Sacha Baron-Cohen who provides laughter throughout this documentary/comedy by being as insultingly funny as possible. He crosses boundaries but keeps the laughs coming, obviously not caring for any consequences.
brilliant movie from sacha baron cohen, hilarious from start to finish, never a dull moment. i loved the fight scene in the hotel i thought it was genius. i like to see films that are original and this is certainly that.
It wasnt as funny as i anticipated. I couldn't tell if some parts were acted or not. It all seemed all too coincidental, especially when he has to pay of those damages...the guy could have quite so easily pointed out that he has a digital camera which was probably of high value to cover the damaged costs...

The things like that with common sense ruined the realism of this film and dragged it down alot.

It had alot of potential, some of the humour used i was shocked at, although it does make out that Christians are insane...which i thought was rather amusing seeing as that was kinda real.

Then again, you cant tell if the real life people aren't playing up to the camera themselves...

I got some laughs out of it which is more that can be said for most films released these days.

Worth a watch, even just the once.
Wow, what an improvement Baron Cohen has made in this 2nd film based on a string od characters that first appeared on the Ali G Show.
Here Cohen plays the cultury challenged Borat, a Kazakhstan, who comes to America to marry Pamela Anderson, not knowing that Americans can't just force a woman to marry them.
This film boldly and too the brutal point make no apologize or backs away from offending as many people as possible. Reportedly many who appear onscreen had no idea what they were in for, they signed a contract stating the filmmakers can use their faces and no legal action would be taken. Unfortunately many of them still, it doesn't matter there is a contract....
Basically this is a shockumentary, simply made to shock people at how far a film can go and still be released in multiple theaters. The hotel scene is probably one of the funniest, yet most disgusting scenes are put on celluloid.
I also love the scene with the bed and breakfast, amazing how many cultures he went to offend.
These films are definitely for those who can take a joke and not get so offended.
4 out of 5 stars
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