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BORAT DVD - £2.98 @ Amazon.co.uk
BORAT DVD - £2.98 @ Amazon.co.uk

BORAT DVD - £2.98 @ Amazon.co.uk

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Sacha Baron Cohen brings his Borat character to the big screen with this feature length adaptation of his American exploits. Fans of DA ALI G SHOW will already be familiar with the devilishly simple Borat formula, in which the heavily moustachioed TV host from Kazakhstan dupes a number of unwitting citizens into revealing their deepest prejudices, and this movie takes that premise, stirs in a little narrative structure, and serves a side-splitting mirth-fest. The action begins with Borat travelling to America alongside his producer Azamat Bagatov (Ken Davitian). After a hotel room viewing of BAYWATCH, Borat decides he must travel to California to woo Pamela Anderson, so he and the long-suffering Azamat take a cross-country road trip in an ice cream van, encountering some funny, disturbing, and deeply strange individuals along the way. SEINFELD producer Larry Charles lends his directing talents to BORAT, and he gets the balance between the loosely threaded plot and Borats encounters with real Americans exactly right. At times the movie threatens to topple over into glorious anarchy, with each situation escalating to ridiculously funny extremes, but Charles knows exactly when to put the brakes on and progress to Borats next encounter--although the police are called at the tail-end of one memorable sequence. Keen-eyed viewers will notice some repetition from the TV show, with Borat once again going to a rodeo and again taking etiquette lessons, but its almost as if Cohen treats each of these set-pieces as a comedic bit he is working on, gradually adding further delirium every time he goes back for another shot. Sometimes its difficult to tell who, if any, of BORATs participants are actors, but it matters little when the material is this gut-wrenchingly funny, and its testament to Cohens talents that hes managed to take a marginal supporting character from his TV show and turned him into a genuine cultural phenomenon.

9 Comments

very nice!

Better to buy it from Play or HMV as you can use Quidco, and the 5% voucher with Play

wah wah wee wah!

this is £3 HMV instore at the moment if you wish to avoid postage costs,

it's a good price voted hot on the basis it's £2.98 not £3

Marky264;4785310

it's a good price voted hot on the basis it's £2.98 not £3



It's not £2.98 as you will have to add postage and packaging costs.

DarkKnight;4785324

It's not £2.98 as you will have to add postage and packaging costs.



unless of course you buy something else to total it upto £5

Blender;4785487

unless of course you buy something else to total it upto £5



yeah but still HMV and Play are cheaper with the extra discounts

Everyone must have this already by now!
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