Whether you're laughing or choking at Borat's dialogue, some sort of a reaction is coming out of you!
By Matthew Van Allen
Published April 10, 2007
Director: Larry Charles
Writers: Sacha Baron Cohen and Anthony Hines
I think its fairly obvious from all the hype this film is getting that it can't be ignored (just as it is fairly obvious that you're going to find Borat either "Very Nice" or "Not so much").
Prepare your taste buds and keep looking over your shoulder because whether you're laughing or choking at Borat's dialogue, some sort of a reaction is coming out of you! In fact, some sort of reaction is going to be coming out of the person next to you and the person next to them - and so on and so forth.
So with this being said, the film does live up to the hype. My opinion is that whether you like it or not Borat will reshape censorship regulations and the overall way in which motion pictures will be made from here on out. Method acting re-commences, and this is far beyond Jackass, folks!
It's a clever, yet equally dangerous act of re-examining freedom of speech.
Put it this way: if you really want to know the truth behind today's society, "say ahh". It may not necessarily taste pretty, but then again, who ever said that the truth is easy to stomach?
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