"I hate hyperbole, but it's the truth: THE FUNNIEST MOVIE I'VE EVER SEEN"
It's been many years since the comedic genius Andy Kaufman left this earthly plane. Fortunately, we still have a comedian who shares much of the same wit, genius, and spontaneity as Kaufman - Sascha Cohen, or as you will come to know him in this film - Borat Sagdiyev, unofficial delegate of great nation of KazakhstanPeople will either run from the theatre in disgust, or will slap holes through their legs every 10 - 20 seconds. It's a movie you either love or hate. If you're a Kazakh, I'd guess you'd be in the latter category.
I loved it like a Molvanian loves Zlad.
Sascha Cohen is one part comic, two parts sociologist, and 3 parts amazing actor. Tom Green may have paved the way in the U.S. for comedians like Cohen, but Cohen has taken it to levels the previous would never have dreamt of.
Quite frankly, this film is like Peter Sellers' 'The Party' if the entire crew loaded up a tour-bus with amphetamines and made a travelogue docudrama.
Cohen's brand of humor is the dangerous and unpredictable kick in the pants that is sorely needed in today's antiseptic, homogenized and disconnected western society.
I'm not going to tell you anything regarding what the movie is actually about. Just grab a friend, put on your finest warm coat, smuggle a 40 oz into the theatre, and prepare to laugh your ass off. It's possible you'll be laughing even harder than Sascha B. Cohen on his way to the bank.This film receives a seal (mark) Grinch approval for the superiority in a comedy and the social comment. I declaration emergency, attain wife and spoils to begin getting movie theatre. (translated from English to Kazakh and then back to English...just be glad I didn't do the whole review that way.)