Borat 2 is somehow a beacon of hope amid a sea of unrest and turmoil. It’s hilarious when it needs to be, somber when it needs to be, and has one of the most fantastic endings to a comedy I've ever seen, with a satisfying payoff to almost every single concept set up by the film’s premise. While it does have its flaws, primarily in terms of pacing and a general lack of logic when put into context of the…
"Anything you cannot do forever is, by definition, unsustainable."
We are so fucked.
If I wasn't sitting next to my friends, I would've ugly cried at least twice during this movie. If you think you know what this film is, you don't. It hits harder than that.
Making a movie that’s essentially an R-rated version of "Home Alone" in which a preteen girl comes up with a variety of creative ways to kill a bunch of Nazis invading her home sounds like a great idea. Unfortunately, Becky completely lacks in terms of any substance or worthwhile plot behind “watch this little girl fuck up a bunch of Nazis.” And not even in a fun way, to be honest.