I disagree. I thought Ali G was fine as a base for the host, but his movie was not good. Borat was always funniest, but Bruno was unfairly third-string. He can make the most discomfort in those not in on the joke. I can't wait to watch him try to seduce Ron Paul.
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I disagree. I thought Ali G was fine as a base for the host, but his movie was not good. Borat was always funniest, but Bruno was unfairly third-string. He can make the most discomfort in those not in on the joke.
Absolutely, no question. In fact, I felt a little uncomfortable even though I knew the joke. But yeah, still overall, Borat and Ali G. were the funniest to me. But this movie is going to be good, it got a 9.3 or 9.4 on IMDB.
Borat was amazing and I still find myself sitting on chairs and calling myself "the king of the castle" or saying "izz nize"
I can't wait to see bruno. Did anybody here about Bruno's enterence at the MTV awards? He was lowered by a rope from the ceiling and landing on Eminem's head and he got all pissed off and left! So funny!
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I listened to a review on Bruno by Mark Commode on Radio 5 Live this afternoon. I respect the guy - he really knows his films (he's known on the show as the Good Doctor and he regularly appears on the high-brow newsnight review).
He says it's funnier than Borat - he laughed a total of six times (the audience were in stitches throughout).
His main critisism was that it was endorsed by certain mainstream stars, implying that it is too commercial and that a scene with Latoya Jackson had been cut since MJ died.