Just your everyday film lover who enjoys writing. Godzilla snob.
I have a fondness for trash films.
I don’t like the twist in this.
Like, it’s kinda of a “good for her” set up and the first two acts of the film are fantastically executed. It’s about how women can be used and exploited, the best years of their life stolen by predatory men, but then it kicks that shit to the side just to have a twist. Visually it’s excellent, great editing and sound design.
The fact that a sequel to Borat (2006) still manages to be topical fourteen years later is, quite frankly, depressing. Luckily for us, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (I will not be typing out that egregiously long official title, deal with it) is also a hilarious and outrageous comedy that simultaneously skewers American politics but also manages to have a few poignant moments as well.
Kazakhstani journalist Borat Sagdiyev (Sacha Baron Cohen) is recruited by his government to go back to the…