Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
95 min
IMDB Rating:
7.8 / 10 
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Directors: Jason Woliner [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Follow-up film to the 2006 comedy centering on the real-life adventures of a fictional Kazakh television journalist named Borat.


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Some very funny moments, but mostly not

I would have to say that, overall, Subsequent Moviefilm was a bit disappointing. It had some very funny moments, but most of the time it was not all that funny. I had trouble believing that the people being filmed weren't aware of what was happening. Why would these people allow cameras into their businesses? Would two Q-anon followers actually invite a stranger (and presumably a cameraman) to stay with them? What about the Reverend at the pregnancy clinic? Wouldn't he question the cameras? Other people, too, behaved too normally, without questioning anything. I have read that Jeanine Jones, the babysitter, thought she was in a documentary, so her part was not as unbelievable as the others. She came off as a very caring and sweet woman.The movie was at it's best when skewering the Trump Administration and associates. That was where it got funny, and right on the mark. Giuliani was laughable in several ways. We have all heard of the "shirt tucking" scene, but his assertions on Trump's handling of COVID were absurd. Rudy has become a walking punchline, both with this movie and his press conference at the Four Seasons Complete Landscaping ( between the crematorium and the porn store). He just can't get any more ridiculous.I would say that the Moviefilm is worth seeing for several good jokes, but, honestly, overall, it is jot great.


The only explanation for this sequel is that Cohen ran out of the money he earned from the first movie. It is just not funny. It is horrible.

Peak cringe in 2020

Usually when you watch a good comedy, you just laugh the whole time.

Sadly for this movie, I cringed more times than I laughed. Not funny at all, especially the Holocaust prank.
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