Borat: The Professional
That interview with Rudy Giuliani was the most suspenseful (and awkward) thing I've seen this year. It felt like I'm watching Tutar and Borat destroy a Horcrux, and then a soul fragment rebounded to me that had me stuck in a state of limbo where I couldn't stop cringing.
Sacha Baron Cohen doesn't seem to run out of surprises. Borat still manages to get earnest reactions from people despite him being a household name at this point.
I love it when I watch a film without knowing anything about it and it ends up becoming one of my favourites.
This is by no means a perfect film. There are some weird(problematic?) violence and a storyline that didn't really go anywhere.
Despite knowing that, I still couldn't bring myself to rate it lower than 5 stars.
The acting was great, the cast was perfect! The soundtrack is phenomenal, the nostalgia is real. It made me laugh a lot…
I watched this after Bong Joon Ho's recommendation. I like it, I'll definitely check Yoon Ga-eun's other films out.
I knew that this is going to be very personal to me from the moment I saw the first scene. I had to sit down and think about my life after seeing this.
I don't think the main message of this movie is about how bullying is wrong and how children can be very cruel to each other.