Borat: The Movie
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Title:
Borat
Release date: November 3rd (USA)
Starring: Sacha Baron Cohen
Director: Larry Charles
Writers: Sacha Baron Cohen, Dan Mazer, Peter Baynham, Anthony Hines
Studio: 20th Century fox
Synopsis: Borat Sagdiyev, a leading journalist from Kazakhstan's state-run television network, is sent to the United States to report on all aspects of American life.

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Plot Summary
Borat travels from Kazakhstan to make a documentary about America. Borat discovers Pamela Anderson whilst watching Baywatch on his hotel TV. He falls in love with her and travels across America to California to track her down and hopefully meet her.

Movie Review (from preview shown in the USA)
Borat (played by Sacha Baron Cohen) lives in Kazakhstan as a TV reporter and decides to make a quest to the United States. Once in New York, he realizes that he is one giant fish out of water, as he doesn’t know anything about the culture or the customs. He is only used to his homeland where it’s legal to sleep with his sister (which he has) and there’s practically no such thing as a taboo. Borat speaks his mind all the time (and focuses on women and sex most of the time), which is always humiliating for whomever he is talking to; he has no idea that what he’s saying is just downright “wrong.”

It can be said that Borat as a feature is all jokes and no story; there is actually a scene that works, emotionally, towards the end, but beyond that the movie is just gag after gag after gag…and it works damn well. I saw The 40-Year-Old Virgin many months early, as well as Starsky & Hutch, and I’ve never seen an early audience go as nuts over a movie as they did for Borat. Once the camera was on Sacha about a minute in, the audience burst into cheers and applause, and their enthusiasm didn’t let up throughout the movie. The film gets right to the point with crude, offensive, and vulgar comedy, and doesn’t leave anyone excluded from being in harm’s way. Obviously this movie demands a certain sense of humor; if you’re easily offended, stay far, far away. The film is packed with nasty and gross-out humor, and there is one nude fight sequence (the clear audience favorite) that is going to have an interesting time with the MPAA. In fact, I would not be surprised if some of the material is cut out before its theatrical release in November; sitting in the theater, I was amazed that some of it actually got through to us.

Because the movie is founded in foul comedy, it’s going to be very interesting to see how 20th Century Fox will market it. 40-Year-Old Virgin was hard enough for Universal to advertise sufficiently (on a PG-13 level) and this movie takes a lot more risks with raunchy content. Ultimately Fox’s goal should be to reach beyond the show’s cult audience; even if you’re not accustomed to the character of Borat, you just need to like material that pushes the limits. If the studio plays their cards right, this could be a sleeper hit like Steve Carell’s breakout comedy. It’s hard to imagine that this year will deliver a funnier, edgier comedy; nowadays, many comedies play it safe in fear of offending someone, and it’s nice to see one that doesn’t care. Borat is set to open on November 3, and I can’t wait to see it again just to watch it with another audience.

Review taken from Lee's Movie info!


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Cheese

Doctor

Dog Shelter

Dinner Prayer

Pulled over by police

In prison

Seatbelt

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