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My wife refuses to watch this from what I told her about it...definitely not a "chick flick"...and there ARE a couple scenes in it I don't like that much...but there's some stuff that'll be "classic" lines in the future...just wondering!!!

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My favorite scene (at least, my most memorable scene) is Borat and his business partners (?) running through the hotel conference room - filled with people - while naked.
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It was on one of the movie channels the other day... Worst thing I ever tried to watch. Smile
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It is the best film ever created.


(Okay, well, that's a joke)

The character is amazingly developed and presented extremely well.

Better than... The Saga of Joe Dirt, or anything else like that.

Only Andy Kaufman could have done better.

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I saw it...pretty funny!
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Sacha Cohen does some hilarious stuff. Bits of his Ali G show are priceless (and that includes some of the Borat and Bruno pieces).

I love the time Ali G was interviewing the religious guests ( ["ain't God just like an over-hyped David Blaine?"], the time he was interviewing that drug enforcement guy ... which you can watch here but it is funnier without the laff track ), and the time he was interviewing Posh and Beckham and brought up back door activities ( ).

And I love the time Bruno was interviewing the people at Fashion Week in NY, and getting them to contradict themselves left and right and just generally look like idiots ( see here ["do you think consistency is important?"]).

As for the Borat movie, it WAS good but there was a little too much filler. I also saw it long after I already knew about all the good bits from friends who'd seen it. So a lot of its impact was lost on me, since I knew the good bits in advance.
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The joke was over before the trailer ended, even ... like a Saturday Night Live sketch you "get" the minute you hear the first line, but you're doomed to endure it (with nothing new) until the next commercial.
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One of the best comedy films ever...
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I will be direct and to the point... no. I thought it was terrible.

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We loved the scathing satire...especially the deleted dairy products scene which seemed to be an hommage to Robin Williams' character's first encounter with coffee product diversity in Paul Mazursky's Moscow on the Hudson. Is so?

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I've not seen it, but everyone I know who has seen it says it is disgusting. haha.

Sascha Baron-Cohen's brother, Simon, is one of the world's leading authorities on autistic spectrum disorder, and is a professor of psychology, either at Oxford or Cambridge! One of the most serious people on earth, unlike Sascha.

I was talking to a colleague at work, who said her husband had grown a moustache to look like Tom Selleck, but has ended up looking like Borat.
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