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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

2020
Comedy
1h 35m
Follow-up film to the 2006 comedy centering on the real-life adventures of a fictional Kazakh television journalist named Borat. (imdb)
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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

2020
Comedy
1h 35m
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Rated 27 Oct 2020
30
18th
The singular purpose of this movie is to offend as many people as possible. They threw a lot of spaghetti on the wall and very little of it stuck. Entirely asinine. I was surprised to laugh out loud twice. Overall, it was not really worthwhile.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
80
77th
Make America Very Niiiiiiiice Again
Rated 26 Oct 2020
76
45th
Cohen's always been about shock comedy- a concept many liberals now publicly pretend never existed. One laughs BECAUSE he's saying OFFENSIVE things & watching others unwittingly join him. So although this story's still watchable, after Bruno & his series, the shocks & laughs are less. What's polarizing is Borat's transformation. Had Cohen made this before "Woke" politics took over, it would've seemed like artistic choice as opposed to the I'm-a-good-liberal! virtue signaling it feels like now
Rated 25 Oct 2020
49
6th
Remember Borat?! Gone are most of the unsuspecting prank victims (most of whom are clearly actors), and the ones who are left aren't acting as embarrassingly as the filmmakers would hope for. There's some good lines here and there, but there's also plenty of jokes and even entire set-ups I could see from a mile away. With how clearly partisan this ends up becoming, this basically boils down to "Orange man very niiice ... NOT."
Rated 02 Nov 2020
68
41st
Uncovering people with awful world views in 2006 was funny and shocking because they hid behind a façade of normalcy. In 2020 they do not feel a reason to hide and its terrifying.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
65
42nd
It is remarkable that this doesn't even hit the top-5 most embarrassing things Giuliani has ever done.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
82
77th
Least surprising is, in the decade-plus between this and the premiere Borat roadpicturetrip, we have become accustomed to outrage, and the attempted assaults on good taste have been dulled into bemused chuckles. What is very surprising is, moments that shine - babysitter Jeanise, Judith, the fax machine guy, and yes, even Jerry and Jim - treat every Boratism with sympathy and come across as genuine and caring people. Borat has come to make benefit diminished state of US&A! Very nice.
Rated 27 Oct 2020
83
93rd
Cohen's ability to get people to lower their guard and reveal their bigotry is just incredible. The addition of Bakalova is wonderful--she stands toe to toe with Cohen in every scene. And for those who complain about Cohen's biases here--the stunts simply provide an avenue for people to reveal who they are; those who are decent and good (Holocaust survivor Judith and the babysitter Jenease) emanate that goodness; others given the same opportunity instead reveal their ignorance or hatred.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
8
81st
remember when Howard Stern was telling everybody PRIVATE PARTS was actually a love story about him & his wife? this is actually a disarmingly sweet father/daughter road movie. at the end Borat and his daughter almost kill a vampire.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
4
27th
Seemed more like they were pushing a launch for the young costar to carry on the name than building on the last. Didn't expect as good as the first but hoped for better than this. Uncomfortably seated between irreverence and relevance, being plot or joke driven, and woke or offensive. They draw the line in weird places, as pro-feminist yet anti-semitic and xenophobic. Pulling punches makes shock comedy fall flat.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
50
24th
is it me or is this "brand" of humor getting old? attempts to showcase the absurdities of current political division are kinda lopsided, too, but then again, poking fun at redneck republicans is so much easier than really having to come up with something. as for the "scandal"...so they reveal that an ugly old fart would fuck a hot young blonde given the proper implications. groundbreaking. let's all pretend to be really shocked, while secretely wishing maria bakalova would sit on our face.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
50
26th
The world has changed and many of the things that once clashed are now normalized. Borat is not funny.
Rated 25 Oct 2020
90
37th
This movie is "shocking" because it shows that beneath all the division and hatred between the left and right political spectrum, everyone in the end are human and can be good people. It goes against what you expected of the movie and shows us that we shouldn't be fighting against each other, we should be fighting against the corruption in the government. This movie was laugh out loud funny, but surprisingly very touching. Sacha pulls a genius again.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
59
33rd
I love the original and am a huge SBC fan so the fact I have to call Borat 2 a big disappointment is not something I enjoy. The magic of the first is gone and 'Subsequent Moviefilm' is just a weak retread of the first or perhaps the equivalent of stitching a new movie together from deleted scenes that weren't good enough for the first. Bakalova does well as Borat's daughter and I laughed and smiled a number of times, but that number is just a fraction of the bigger laughs I get from the original
Rated 28 Apr 2021
78
69th
I thought this might have been better than the original Borat, maybe just because it's made for this cultural moment, maybe just because it's me growing more used to the Borat style. This sequel also has a lot more structure, which makes it easier to follow and allows for some more pointed comedic moments. Maria Bakalova is a revelation as Borat's daughter.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
70
58th
Maria Bakalova is a fucking star. reminded me of when I first saw Vicky Krieps stand her own across Daniel Day-Lewis in Phantom Thread. this movie's a two-hander and they both swing really fucking hard.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
55
39th
I admire Cohen and Bakalova's efforts a lot more than I enjoyed the film, but it was good for a few laughs.
Rated 27 Mar 2021
82
39th
It's a good sequel that offers plenty of laughs, and it did have me thinking about the current state America (2020) in the midst of a pandemic and our own misunderstanding of things. The last third of the movie didn't completely work for me because I hate it when comedies decide to get a bit political, but the message is kind of sweet and both of the leads are irresistibly charming and entertaining. Not quite as clever as its predecessor, but it's a decent sequel on its own right.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
5
40th
In 2006, it was an outlandish satiric take on the worst bits of the USA. In 2020, the sequel is now a sad reality check on the current american culture. Feels bad man. Worth watching for the intro and the ending sequences, which are legitimately hilarious. Everything else in between is filler - might aswell go watch some all gas no brakes on youtube for the same without the bad cringe.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
60
62nd
I was oblivious re: the msg of the 1st film initially but have grown to like it. Like many reunion shows, the original success was lightning in a bottle that can't be replicated. This was more polished and timely but those things actually hurt the appeal. I spent too much time wondering if scenes were staged b/c of the multiple cameras. Maria Bakalova is a breakout star and held her own with SBC. Fav scenes: Judith (RIP) at the synagogue; Melania cartoon; Stephen Miller; moon dance; pro-lifer.
Rated 31 Oct 2020
7
57th
Maybe you shouldn't overanalyze a movie in which one of the characters performs a fertility dance. Maria Bakalova was a fantastic addition to the classic but still hilarious formula. Very Niiiice!
Rated 25 Oct 2020
56
27th
Some fun bits aside, there is clearly something the predecessor had that just isn't here.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
62
31st
I wasn't a fan of the first Borat film, finding it too crude and with a frustratingly cheap production, but at least it felt original and its target worthy. This "Subsequent Moviefilm" looks more cinematic, and definitely has its funny moments but feels less sincere all round. The plot is slightly more polished, though reminiscent of Knoxville's Bad Grandpa, but benefits mostly from being timely (meaning it will likely age badly). Bakalova does very well, matching and completing Cohen energy.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
84
54th
Wonder how many reviews are just going to be "It's very nice". Borat 2 is a hilarious movie, while it feels it has to rely on scripted scenes a little too much (not just with his daughter but with some random stores)The scenes that feel real capture the magic of the original and are hilarious and shocking. Borat 2's focus on misogyny makes the movie feel fresh and Borat even more endearing. Maria Bakalova, who plays Cohen's daughter in the film, not only holds her own but is fantastic character
Rated 23 Oct 2020
20
12th
this type of comedy seems to have expired for me. the world changed, I changed. stupidity is now a serious problem
Rated 12 May 2021
70
89th
Not as funny or clever as the original, but still worth a watch. Not sure why or how Maria Bakalova got a fucking Oscar nomination for this???? That Rudy Giuliani scene was awkwaaaaard
Rated 25 Oct 2020
49
38th
Trump Supporters are not gonna like this.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
60
30th
Spends too much time on the lame story. It's not the fault of the movie, but the "real" parts, which would have been extreme not long ago, now just seem kinda normal.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
90
79th
I'm a sucker for Cohen's brand of crude satire and I feel like this one delivers again. He gets away with a lot of things that most people probably wouldn't be able to. It's not as much of a mockumentary as the original (Who Is America? proved it was steep task due to Cohen's popularity) but there are still many moments of that which are executed in top form. Absolutely loved it, laughed a lot and thought they hit the nail on the head with this.
Rated 19 Jan 2021
78
55th
At times hysterically funny, scatologically obsessed comedy would work better as a TV series, where the necessity of plotting would have been absent - it's the bridging material between Cohen and Bakalova which doesn't work as well as it should (especially some unnecessarily convoluted set-ups to some of the stunts like the supposed abortion). Still worthwhile for the truly ballsy moments that Cohen and Bakalova produce along the way; the Giuliani sequence is a somewhat tepid anti-climax (ahem).
Rated 16 Nov 2020
73
54th
The greater reliance on scripted scenes weakens the nature of the comedy to some extent, as well as this kind of thing just not being surprising anymore. There's certainly nothing as great as the naked fight scene from the original. But those scripted scenes are still quite funny, and sometimes even charming, thanks to Bakalova's turn as Borat's daughter. A decent time.
Rated 22 Nov 2020
85
91st
The well hidden sequel for Borat was Borat as you can expected. And I liked it. The story was evolved.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
63
35th
It's pretty much what you'd expect from Borat. Taking swipes at absolutely everyone he dislikes while taking bigger risks than before. Cringeworthy, naturally.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
85
80th
It's not quite as funny as the first, possibly because the edge has been dulled a bit, but it's still got some truly hilarious parts and I enjoyed myself the entire time. It has a little more emotional depth because of the relationship between him and his daughter, which balances the slightly lesser humour. But don't get it twisted, this is still one of the funniest movies of the year. It just doesn't quite hit that "amazing" level like I hoped.
Rated 30 Apr 2021
83
51st
Not quite as funny as it's predecessor, but It definitely still has immense shock value and "make-your-eyes-go-big" humor. Cohen plays Borat perfectly as he did in the first film, but the performance from Bakalova was surprising and honestly stole the show for me. If you liked the first, I think you'll enjoy this. Is still very nice!
Rated 09 Nov 2020
70
58th
Borat 2 is a mix of hilarious, terrible and somewhat dubious sketches. The main problem is that you're often wondering whether or not people are in on it or not. It does really deliver at times, even when it's not laugh-out-loud funny. It's slightly more subtle when Borat's QAnon buddies call out his "conspiracy theory" or the female Republicans defend women's rights and capabilities. It's definitely better than i expected.
Rated 05 Nov 2020
82
92nd
A weird movie because in 2006 Borat goading Republicans to say crazy, idiotic shit was shocking. Nowadays it's just par for course in modern discourse. Despite this, the film has a lot of genuinely great jokes and it captures a lot of the comedy that made the first hilarious. However, like the first film the first half is where most of the best jokes are at and the 2end half becomes weaker due too many lame scripted scenes. Goes to show that SBC is at his best when unscripted.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
50
28th
Not nearly as funny as the first movie. The actress who plays Borat's daughter does a good job, but the included story line feels out of place and is mostly trite.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
83
67th
Doesn’t QUITE reach the comedic heights as the first, but is a better movie overall. The real people stuff gets just as nuts and unbelievable as before, but there’s also way more scripted sections and they’re actually pretty damn good! SBC kills it as much as ever but Maria Bakalova is the real find here - an absolutely incredible talent who shares Cohen’s fearlessness. Vastly exceeded my expectations and well worth watching. And Guliani is such a gross creep ew ew ew
Rated 26 Oct 2020
70
70th
I actually preferred this over the first. It’s a slightly more cohesive satire being focused on politics rather than Borat in general. The daughter is an excellent addition as far as humor goes. Overall kinda like a cross between the first Borat and Cohen’s “Who is America?”. Pretty nice.
Rated 28 Oct 2020
90
94th
Maria Balakova takes on the mantle of being fierce in this fantastic rendition of Pygmalion for the end of Trump Era.
Rated 26 Oct 2020
80
46th
Better story than the original but the gags weren't as good. It's full of cringe humor, if that's your thing. I was at age 23, not so much at 37. I was impressed at how well Baron Cohen worked the pandemic into the movie.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
82
86th
Lots of this is silly, but some of the scenes are remarkably thoughtful. There's a brief sentimental moment right after the Giuliani scene, between Borat and his daughter - Cohen is reminding you that, because you care for these characters at all, you're also susceptible to being duped. Lots of good satires do this sort of thing, but it's especially meaningful today. I'm just saying, it's not all slapstick. Also, the scene with the Jewish grandmother is a gem.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
95
80th
Welcome to Hell. Anytown, U.S.A. "America's Mayor." "Just the two of us." Yanquí.
Rated 30 Oct 2020
65
21st
For the first time, I am disappointed of a SBC production. Not terrible. Found a few laughs but doesn't have the similar taste of the original movie. I wish he hadn't ruined this fantastic character.
Rated 14 Nov 2020
68
32nd
Borat was too famous to be Borat, so this struggled. Some very funny moments and I love Sacha Baron Cohen. But pretty clear some of the people were in on the joke and acting as if they weren't. Probably one of his worst.
Rated 30 Oct 2020
55
17th
enjoyable, painfully tailored for this exact moment. not sure it's going to age well, but it's a sacha baron cohen film after all.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
30
9th
Past it's sell by.
Rated 25 Oct 2020
75
49th
There is something in this movie to offend everyone. Some parts hit really hard and are very effective satire. Marie Bakalova steals this movie with her performance. Overall I would recommend this comedy.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
62
30th
A movie that's only really relevant at this precise moment in time, and probably won't age well. Right now, though, it's decently funny, but I do wish the balance of scripted story sequences vs. unscripted interviews and shenanigans was tilted a bit more towards the unscripted.
Rated 13 Feb 2021
86
76th
Very successful comedy sequel. Typical Cohen humor, he gave good references to the first movie. There are enough political and pandemic jokes.The choice of music is very enjoyable, especially balkan tunes.I loved Country Steve's song.Borat made me laugh enough, I hope They Leave it at that.
Rated 01 Nov 2020
50
51st
okay
Rated 25 Oct 2020
65
65th
Very similar to the 2006 film, with most of the candid camera antics pretty much recycled, and scripted parts that are little else than shockingly vulgar. Just like the first film, it's not exactly a biting masterpiece of political subversiveness - but that hardly matters since it's so roaringly funny (comedy that makes me literally LOL is rare). Tutar (Bakalova) stands out as the only great addition to the basic formula.
Rated 26 Oct 2020
91
93rd
Let catharsis reign. May the assholes and enablers be punished with a reflection of theirs that shows their passivity and vile ignorance, expressed through misogyny, antisemitism, and a general need to obey fascistic guidance. And let that reflection be a tiny, pure moment of cathartis so the mutilated and innocent may have a night that let's them sleep, in these days and years of doom. It's so important to not be alone with pain.
Rated 01 Nov 2020
71
44th
A surprisingly competent sequel, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm pulls off some crazy stunts as you'd expect
Rated 06 Nov 2020
40
28th
Not so nice unfortunately
Rated 24 Oct 2020
70
69th
The Tom Hanks cameo.
Rated 25 Feb 2021
60
69th
Nowhere near the gut-busting cultural touchstone that was the original, or even the recent "Who Is America?" But it does have Maria Bakalova! And that's worth checking out for some giggles.
Rated 17 Mar 2021
13
2nd
You'd argue that it is a "satire" on something, but what I see in this improvised, obvious, hopeless mess is a torrent of abusive behavior toward random people, whose randomness is even debatable. Women in cages, haha, incest, pubes, shitting, menstrual bleeding, haha. Oh, and racism. We can laugh about Jewish and Asian/Middle Eastern stereotypes because we're in on the joke, right? In contrast, it makes the racist QAnon rednecks appear to be honorable people. What a consistent fraud Cohen is.
Rated 26 Oct 2020
61
31st
Mostly unfunny, alternately crass and dull, with a few moments of WTF brilliance. Putting one over on Rudy Giuliani will go down in history but the film as a whole is an exercise in overly-scripted tedium.
Rated 29 Oct 2020
25
5th
You hate to see it. One of my favorite comedies ruined. Just didn't have the same magic as the first one. Focused too much on someone’s political agenda.
Rated 14 May 2021
80
44th
The conceit still works, and Bakalova is unbelievable.
Rated 01 Nov 2020
85
68th
Surprisingly good follow up to Borat, which I guess was kind of to be expected after the excellent Who Is America.
Rated 10 Mar 2021
55
22nd
Too much an episode of Who Is America? to be a good movie, and too much a movie to be a good episode of Who Is America? Even the cleverest setups (swallowed baby, babysitter-in-the-car, synagogue) were eye-rollingly contrived. At best, glimpses of genuine affection (in the latter two examples) poke out from the slurry (credit to Baron Cohen and Bakalova for somehow providing that nuance); at worst, it's just kind of boring.
Rated 02 Feb 2022
77
66th
Pretty funny
Rated 09 Jan 2021
55
26th
Some laugh out loud moments (mostly Baron Cohen's various disguises), but also a lot of filler material. I hope that the one thing that people take away from this is that even somebody spouting QAnon nonsense may be so kind as to take in a complete stranger.
Rated 01 Nov 2020
70
60th
Definitely has some funny stuff. Worth a look.
Rated 23 Apr 2021
40
33rd
Nowhere near the quality of the original film because it's painfully obvious so many of the people SBC interacts with are actors. Also there's the whole "end of satire" thing with the Trump era; it's not that entertaining to upend previously somewhat genteel heartland conservatism when they've all gone full mask-off (ha!) fascist.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
75
57th
I appreciate that the sequel was meta, akin to Gremlins 2, and I didn't find this nearly as cringeworthy as the original. I also wish those two Qanon loving dudes he stays with in the middle of the flick weren't so Qanony. They seemed like they would be fun to hang out with, if they weren't so fucked up in the head.
Rated 28 May 2022
69
14th
For me, this was a bit over the top in pretty much all the aspects. Whilst the original movie was perfectly balanced in humor, controversy, staging and engaging societal and cultural ideas, this one feels scripted, fake, forced and unnatural. The runtime went past fast and there's a consistency of half-decent, half-clever humor sprinkled in, but generally speaking it's too much a caricature of a caricature. Not veeery niiice.
Rated 25 Oct 2020
80
37th
Viewed October 23, 2020.
Rated 23 Oct 2020
75
66th
horrifying, hilarious, difficult to watch
Rated 22 Nov 2020
4
52nd
Of course it doesn't hit the heights of the first one which was zeitgeist shifting film, but holds its own. 2020 politics and culture would of course lessen the impact of a Borat character
Rated 14 Nov 2020
80
22nd
It wasn't funny enough. Maybe because we know Borat too well now and it's not fresh anymore. The "Oh my god 50% of America is just like these people" dumbasses writing reviews here need to shut their pie hole though. Get out and meet some real people.
Rated 26 Oct 2020
95
84th
Could this one be even more outrageous than the first. If you are a Borat fan, you should like this movie. Extremely funny!
Rated 28 Jan 2022
76
64th
LMAO
Rated 27 Nov 2022
65
32nd
In some ways, it's obviously not able to achieve the same thing the first movie did, because too many people are well aware of who Borat is, but on the other hand, they focused on telling a story here which was more interesting to me, and Maria Bakalova did a great job in her role, and there were still plenty of moments where they were able to pull off some pretty funny stuff.
Rated 08 Nov 2020
69
35th
B
Rated 25 Oct 2020
77
64th
I was surprised at just how well SBC was able to reinvent his Borat persona for an American culture that, more than ever, needs to be prodded and pried open; to lay bare the insane, sordid realities of the American right. The ability to work in the pandemic as a crux of the narrative was genius, and a testament to improvisational dexterity. Honestly, I don't know how they were able to pull off so much; a deft combination of ballsiness and cunning, I guess. Maria Bakalova is remarkable.
Rated 02 Nov 2020
84
55th
It's remarkable that this turned out so good, and so funny -- but much of the humor comes from scripted segments, unlike the first where we're just laughing at uneducated people. The fact is, these people are no longer cutesy backwater bigots, they're empowered and *in* power, and they're tearing the US to pieces, so the social commentary is more disturbing here than anything else.
Rated 28 Oct 2020
50
14th
A moderately amusing work of fiction
Rated 02 Apr 2021
75
65th
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Rated 15 May 2023
1
6th
Too radical. Bad taste. Not my stuff.
Rated 30 Oct 2020
8
0th
Those methods of witch-hunting are harmful and ineffective. In that game (Signified and signifier in a trap) everyone could fall (that poor cake lady), and no one would recognize as the bad guy. (extreme acted cases presented as norm - Clinton' blood). Also deranged by that daughter who as oppressed woman acted the way they caricature (mock) gypsies in east Europe, and then by basically buying new clothes and touching her pussy she behaved/acts like Emma Stone (poor=retarded, rich=bright)
Rated 14 Nov 2020
60
57th
Funny stuff. Doesn't quite match the first film but still entertaining. The main supporting actress was a surprise, and stole several scenes from Sacha Baron Cohen.
Rated 27 Oct 2020
6
55th
A lot more scripted than its illustrious predecessor, and thus less effective, but there are plenty of laugh out loud moments - for some reason, "The perverts have to be medical personnel" tickled me the most, I think. Giuliani, Pence and their followers are easy targets but it's still amusing to see them blasted. I'm not sure how funny most of this will be if Trump wins again, mind, so best see it quickly.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
70
40th
Topical and plenty of chuckles, but no real gut-busters.
Rated 04 Dec 2020
84
93rd
Very laugh out loud funny, like the previous one. I feel this one has more heart and message, so I think I enjoyed it more, perfect for 2020. However the first one did feel fresher and more original. Amazing performance by Maria Bakalova, wouldn't have expected this to work so well. Most of the time these kind of additions feel tacked on, but here it's a revelation and goes very well with the character of Borat. I would highly recommend it.
Rated 12 Dec 2020
80
88th
Bring us more Borat! I was actually expecting a let-down, but this really wasn't that! Brilliant to make Borat dress up as someone else so he does not get recognized and a beautifully executed scene with Rudy Giuliani. Really another work of art with Sacha Baron Cohen
Rated 28 Oct 2020
45
46th
I appreciated the plot in this movie, found some laughs, and wondered which characters the actors were.
Rated 28 Nov 2020
85
73rd
I liked the story and the message more than the stunts. Don't let "the book" rule your life, you are missing on relationships with the ones that you (should) care about.
Rated 04 Jan 2021
67
60th
Enjoyed this film. Laughed a lot because of the nice racial and cultural stereotypes. Love it! Brilliant how they played with the whole COVID theme.
Rated 07 Nov 2020
83
70th
Good sequel not as funny as the first but still very entertaining. Has a positive gender equality message that works out well.
Rated 10 Dec 2020
75
49th
In the roughly 15 years since the first Borat movie, reality seems to have caught up to the craziness of the character, but Sasha Baron Cohen still manages to milk the concept for laughs with the help of newcomer and breakout star Maria Bakalova.
Rated 28 Oct 2020
70
53rd
It's basically what you'd expect. I will however say his daughter must be a great actress to pull this stuff off
Rated 26 Apr 2022
6
44th
This made me laugh several times.
Rated 24 Oct 2020
80
72nd
I think what dispels the sequel from its original magic is that no-one outside of the UK knew of Borat, and when the original film came out he was the biggest thing since sliced bread. But even this one reinvents itself to still stay fresh. The twists and turns this story takes are amazing
Rated 24 Oct 2020
60
71st
Not as hilarious as the original but still gets you bursting out in laughter on many occasions, Borat's more unsubtle in-your-face comedy is the perfect antidote to the increasingly bland and safe offerings of late. It's not without it's own faults there however - the targets are obvious and not always hit (e.g. the two Republicans he stays with actually come across as pretty nice blokes), and the (possibly covid-affected) 'storyline' is even looser than in the first film.
Rated 14 Mar 2021
55
18th
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Rated 13 Nov 2020
30
8th
pathetic

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