Sacha Baron Cohen,
Jane Sanguinetti Luenell,
Master of disguise Sacha Baron Cohen hits the road to explore America as the crude Kazakstani report... read moreer Borat in a feature mockumentary that brings one of the Da Ali G Show star's most popular characters to life on the big screen. Sent by the Kazakh Ministry of Information to gain a better understanding of American culture and bring his findings back home, Borat and faithful producer Azamat (Ken Davitian) set their sights in New York City. When the citizens and interview subjects of the Big Apple seem less than receptive to Borat's distinctively unrestrained approach and the curious Kazakh television personality stumbles across an episode of Baywatch while channel-surfing in his hotel room, he becomes instantly smitten with screen siren Pamela Anderson. Now confident that the only way to discover the true essence of America is to travel to California and make the bikini-clad beauty his bride, Borat purchases a ramshackle ice-cream truck in which he and Azamat will make their way across the Great Plains and on to the sunny West Coast -- all the while coming into contact with a wide variety of "typical" Americans. Within this loose, scripted framework, Borat engages in his usual misbehavior with unsuspecting strangers, from accidentally releasing a chicken from his suitcase on a New York subway ride to a formal interview with Alan Keyes. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Borat is an offensive, crude and over the top mockumentary that is downright hilarious. Borat's clever jab at Am
Reviewed 2 years days ago
..it was offensive at times and had a lot of crude humor. buut, you couldn't help but laugh at some parts.
Reviewed 23 months days ago
Very offensive but surprisingly very enjoyable too.
Sacha Baron Cohen,
Borat trickster Sacha Baron Cohen returns to the big screen to offer yet another stinging dose of so... read moreciopolitical satire in this comedy that finds him assuming the persona of gay fashionmonger Bruno, the self-proclaimed "voice of Austrian youth TV." Originally conceived as part of Baron Cohen's cult television series Da Ali G Show, the character of Bruno offered a cleverly costumed Baron Cohen the opportunity to highlight the absurdities of the fashion industry by interviewing unsuspecting fashion icons and other haute couture hangers-on. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
his life to trick the world in Bruno and although it's not as funny as Borat it is definitely more offensive, in a good way. It's so funny and so offensive that people gave him death threats for his
Reviewed 2 months days ago
. It is very offensive and vulgar but if you have a dirty sense of humor you will probably enjoy it. It was a bit
Reviewed 2 months days ago
. After 15 minutes of completely offensive, immature and disgusting stunts, I just couldn't take it anymore. I actually feel like he
Notorious, critic-boxing director Uwe Boll takes the helm for this adaptation of the controversial v... read moreideo game that ignited controversy across the globe and is actually illegal to own in Australia and New Zealand. Dude (Zack Ward) is an unemployed slacker currently subsisting on Social Security until he lands his next job. Dude's uncle Dave (Dave Foley) is a cult leader currently in dire financial straits. When Uncle Dave hatches a plan to rip off a local amusement park, Dude sees the heist as the perfect opportunity to make a little extra cash. Unfortunately for Dude and Uncle Dave, the Taliban are all set to execute the exact same heist. Erick Avari, Seymour Cassel, Verne Troyer, Larry Thomas, and J.K. Simmons star in a deliberately over-the-top action comedy that is sure to garner as much controversy as the video game that inspired it. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
. Critically despised, many saw it as a film that was offensive for the sake of being offensive. On some level, maybe, but to write it off as simply bein
Reviewed 11 months days ago
. What is suppose to be a satirical comedy is just a rude, crude and very highly offensive movie to watch. Fans of bawdy type of humor would rate this movie higher...but not by tha
Reviewed 3 years days ago
Leave it to one of the most hated directors in the world to make one of the most audacious, offensive, and hilarious comedies of recent years. After all, what does Uwe Boll have to lose? His r
Mary Vivian Pearce,
Renegade filmmaker and noted aficionado of expressive bad taste John Waters exploded into internatio... read morenal infamy with this darkly comic, no-budget parade of the perverse (his third feature film, and first in color), in which plus-size cross-dresser Divine stars as Babs Johnson, a flashy criminal on the lam from the FBI who is hiding out in a trailer outside of Baltimore, MD. Accompanying Babs are her mother (Edith Massey), an obese and dim-witted woman who is malignly obsessed with eggs; her degenerate son, Crackers (Danny Mills); and Cotton (Mary Vivian Pierce), Babs' duplicitous "traveling companion" and Crackers' co-conspirator in unwholesome erotic play. While Babs would prefer to be left in peace, she takes great pride in her status as "the Filthiest Person Alive" (an honor confirmed by one of America's sleazier tabloid newspapers), and when Connie and Raymond Marble (Mink Stole and David Lochary) announce their plans to take the title away from her, Babs is not about to stand idly by. The Marbles are a hateful couple who kidnap women, force their homosexual manservant, Channing (Channing Wilroy), to impregnate them, and sell the babies to lesbian couples found unfit for legal adoption; the Marbles then turn the profits back into pornography and narcotics trafficking. Impressive stuff, to be sure, but Babs is not about to take a back seat to anyone in a battle of filth, and when the Marbles throw down the gauntlet, Babs and her family retaliate in a no-holds-barred battle to determine who truly are "the Filthiest People Alive." Featuring murder, bestiality, rape, dismemberment, coprophagia, a dizzying variety of sexual perversions, and a performance of "Papa Oom Mow Mow" you will not soon forget, Pink Flamingos is nonetheless a comedy, and a surprisingly successful one; shot on a budget of only 12,000 dollars, the film has grossed close to ten million dollars around the world, and its success launched John Waters into a career as America's leading authority on poor taste. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
. but hilarious. and bizarre. of course. sometimes offensive. but mostly it made me laugh.