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Borat
Borat
Winner of the Golden Globes Best Actor award. Sacha Baron Cohen, the star and creator of HBO's wildly popular Da All G Show, brings his truly original Kazakh character Borat to the big screen for the first time. With a cam...  more »
     
     

Movie Details

Format: DVD
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 13
Members Wishing: 0

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Member Movie Reviews

Jefferson N. from BLAIRSVILLE, GA
Reviewed on 12/28/2012...
Borat is a strange, but hillarious, mix of comedy film and ambush journalism. Sacha Baron Cohen, masquerading as Khazakstani journalist Borat, interviews public officials and promptly humiliates them...whether they know it or not! Part comedy farce and part in-their-face journalism, "Borat" comes to America to make a film on life in America to show to his countrymen...and skewers the American Dream in the process! Even if this movie completely ticks you off, if you have any brain at all, you will get some laughs from these pokes at how an outsider would see the United States. Comic brilliance!!

Movie Reviews

Funniest Movie By Far!
R. Godfrey | Georgia, US | 11/17/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When I picked up the DVD the entire thing was in nothing but Kazakhstan. I thought maybe the movie was going to need English subtitles but I rented it anyway.

When I watched the movie I laughed so hard I cried! The movie really opens up your eyes with all its hidden messaging about how bad America is when it comes to race. Most of the people Borat came into contact was pretty racist, and I think the director was really trying to show us all how hard America is to others.

I give the movie a 5/5 star rating because of the pure heart and loving personality of Borat. If you decide to watch this movie really take an outside look so you can capture the underlining that the movie is trying tell you. It really opens your eyes but Borat seems to bring you back with a smile."
Borat: "Thank you for watch my film. I hope you like. Dzieku
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 06/29/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"BORAT (2006) is easily the wackiest movie made in many a year. It's extremely politically incorrect, kinda juvenile in spots and just one huge laugh, that is, if the insulting of Jews, women and "retards," or seeing a nude 400 lb. guy in all his flabbiness won't put you off your popcorn.

The full title (Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan) gives a sense of how our hero, as portrayed by Londoner Sacha Cohen, fractures the English language. Kazakhstani TV reporter Borat was originally one of three Cohen characters on the half-hour BBC-TV comedy series, DA ALI G SHOW (2003). This movie expands on his anti-Semitism, misogny and penchant for misspoken scatology as Borat films a documentary of his travels across America from east to west.

Borat is based on an incredibly funny doctor that Cohen met while in southern Russia. Those of us who appreciate a good belly laugh are truly grateful for this chance encounter.

Erran Cohen's fanciful national anthem "O Kazakhstan" has a tune and lyrics that immediately invade your brain. Here are two of its less-objectional verses:

Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan you very nice place
From Plains of Darashik to Northern fence of Jewtown
Kazakhstan friend of all except Uzbekistan
A very nosy people with bone in their brain

Kazakhstan industry best in world
We invented toffee and trouser pants
Kazakhstan's prostitutes cleanest in the region
Except of course for too many scars


Extras on the DVD include outtakes (some good, some really boring) and a collage film of Sacha in character enjoying a new-found American fame that was at near-mania levels back in 2006."
Borat: "Thank you for watch my film. I hope you like. Dzieku
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 06/29/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're Azamat-sized, forget about wearing the tee shirt!


BORAT (2006) is easily the wackiest movie made in many a year. It's extremely politically incorrect, kinda juvenile in spots and just one huge laugh, that is, if the insulting of Jews, women and "retards," or seeing a nude 400 lb. guy in all his flabbiness won't put you off your popcorn.

The full title (Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan) gives a sense of how our hero, as portrayed by Londoner Sacha Cohen, fractures the English language. Kazakhstani TV reporter Borat was originally one of three Cohen characters on the half-hour BBC-TV comedy series, DA ALI G SHOW (2003). This movie expands on his anti-Semitism, misogny and penchant for misspoken scatology as Borat films a documentary of his travels from the East to the West Coast of America.

Borat is based on an incredibly funny doctor that Cohen met while in southern Russia. Those of us who appreciate a good belly laugh are truly grateful for this chance encounter.

Erran Cohen's fanciful national anthem "O Kazakhstan" has a tune and lyrics that immediately invade your brain. Here are two of its less-objectional verses:

Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan you very nice place
From Plains of Darashik to Northern fence of Jewtown
Kazakhstan friend of all except Uzbekistan
A very nosy people with bone in their brain

Kazakhstan industry best in world
We invented toffee and trouser pants
Kazakhstan's prostitutes cleanest in the region
Except of course for too many scars


Extras on the DVD include outtakes (some good, some really boring) and a collage film of Sacha in character enjoying a new-found American fame that was at near-mania levels back in 2006."