Channing Pomeroy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sasha Baron Cohen is the Jonathan Swift of our era. I laughed more at the first Borat film, not just because it was fresher and funnier, but because his targets seem fringey and harmless. I squirmed more in the 2020 sequel.
The most shocking thing about the subsequent moviefilm, however, is the genuine souls that Borat comes across who provide moral gravity and hope during this crazy moment, Jeanise Jones the African-American babysitter, and the holocaust survivor, Judith Dim Evans.