Actor Sacha Baron Cohen plays a character
named "Borat" who puts a whole new spin on comedy,
showing just how funny we Americans can be by looking at us from
This film takes a serious look at social
criticism and turns it around to make it one of the funniest
movies I've seen in a long, long time.
Borat travels across America, with actual
undercover footage of him acting dumb with real people. Some
people actually get upset, and that's what makes for some of
It's a winner for me.
is an equal opportunity offender, with enough crude, rude, and
downright tasteless jokes to satisfy anyone with a twisted sense
It's a hilariously demented look at America
and Americans, not for the timid or easily offended, but for
those of us who haven't yet forgotten how to laugh.
The movie is about a funny foreign newsman
who is dispatched to America to film an educational documentary.
He catches Pamela Anderson on T.V. and,
accompanied by his sidekick, embarks on a cross-country quest
to marry her.
Along the way, he encounters (mostly) real
people in (mostly) real situations.
His outrageously offensive style does not
spare anyone in his pursuit of a laugh.