Borat Subsequent Moviefilm movie review - Aussieboyreviews


This Borat Moviefilm is packed with jokes around politics, gender stereotyping, COVID-19, sex trafficking and much more! It’s extremely offensive, over-the-top, stupid, entertaining and funny.


Released from prison after bringing shame to his country for Moviefilm Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, Borat returns to America to reveal more about the culture, politics and the COVID-19 pandemic, this time whilst trying to sell his 15-year-old daughter.

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Movie details

Director: Jason Woliner
Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen, Maria Bakalova, Jeanise Jones, Rudy Giuliani, Jair Bolsonaro, Tom Hanks
Writer: Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines, Dan Swimer, Peter Baynham, Erica Rivinoja, Dan Mazer, Jena Friedman, Lee Kern
Release Date (Australia): 23 October 2020
Runtime: 95 minutes/1h 35m
Genre: Comedy
Country: USA, UK
Language: English, Bulgarian, Romanian

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (MA15+)

The film frequently features strong levels of crude humour throughout, as well as crude references to incest and sex trafficking.

Violence (PG)

The film features brief scenes of slapstick violence.

Coarse Language (MA15+)

The film features one use of the word “c**t” and use of the words “p***y”, “bitch”, “ass”, “s**t” and “f**k”.

Nudity (MA15+)

The film features photos of male genitalia and crude drawings of male and female genital nudity.

Sex (MA15+)

The film features strong crude sexual humour including frequent references to sexual acts, pornography, masturbation, sex toys and genitalia. The film also features use of the words “c**t” and “p***y” in a sexual context.

mpaa rating

R (for pervasive strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and language)

Aussie boy's thoughts

Borat’s second “Moviefilm” is majorly offensive and super inappropriate… which is all anyone could ask for in a 2020 version of Borat. Sacha Baron Cohen returns as Borat filming another mockumentary in which he travels to America to reveal more about their culture. This is hilariously after he is released from prison for bringing shame to his country after filming Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, and the new jokes and motives for this new movie are absolutely superb.

This extremely crass movie is packed with over-the-top humour with on politics and political figures, COVID-19 and the pandemic, gender stereotypes and feminism, sex trafficking, porn, incest and a fuck-lot more! Alike the first film, the jokes are taken so far and will offend just about everyone, which is what makes the cast of this film absolutely glamourise and the overall project even more enjoyable than the first. Sacha Baron Cohen is brilliant in the suit of his extremely laughable and silly character, while there is very bravely offensive performance from Maria Bakalova who plays Borat’s teenage daughter and several cameos of famous people slide into view.

There are more scripted sequences here than there are in the first film, but when Borat is documenting reality, he makes sure to entertain us while we laugh hysterically. Lots of audiences, even including some fans of the first film, will hate the political motivations for this film and the way it exposes numerous people, but if you aren’t such a softie about the unscripted madness, you’ll absolutely love this Borat Subsequent Moviefilm!

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