You know, these kinds of sites bug the crap out of me. It is utterly ridiculous to watch a film and count the dirty words, instances of nudity, or whatever little moment trips your moral compass up. Cohen really pulls out all the stops here, taking his reality-based prank humor to new levels. That is why the post that I found today at ScreenIt. Imagine this setup: Devious little teenager Freddy tells Mom he wants to see the movie all the kids are talking about.
Bruno is a product of Sacha Baron Cohen's bourgeois sexual neuroses
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I've never felt more grateful for being working class than after watching Bruno. It's a puerile, penis-fixated freak-fest that reeks so high of suburban, middle-class repression that had Sacha Baron Cohen ever walked into his office, Freud would have had to hold his nose while treating him. He'd probably have had the couch wiped down afterwards, too. With his latest ghastly onscreen persona, Baron Cohen gives full and shameless vent to his typical public schoolboy's obsession with buggery and banal anal perversions. Bruno blasts a fire extinguisher into his diminutive lover's bottom, then stuffs a champagne bottle into it fat end first before tilting the poor chap over to fill their glasses. Bizarre contraptions are brought into action so that Bruno and his pals can stimulate one another's rear ends with limitless zeal — all of which, Baron Cohen seems to think, has wide comic appeal.
Sign In. Hide Spoilers. How does Borat have a 7. Both movies follow basically the same formula: A crazy, super exaggerated walking stereotype played by Sacha Baron Cohen goes to America, getting involved in wacky antics and meeting some celebrities along the way, often in front of real unsuspecting crowds. Do people hate this movie because its the same formula again?
Watch now. 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. The heroic story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed. However, Ali is embraced by the nation as a voice of the youth, making the PM and his government more popular than ever.