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TOPIC: The_Politics_of_the_Movie_Borat
Created by: joeodd2
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I just saw the movie Sunday. I have to say it was as funny as advertised. I usually don't care for the "Tom Green" style mock documentaries. However Borat was so off the wall and weird, you had a hard time believing it could be real. I at first I thought It was mostly a film which made fun of "Conservative America", but then I saw the subtle humor as they made fun of Jews, Muslims, Blacks, Feminists, Southerners, College Kids, and just about anyone else who Borat came into contact with. The Film reminded me more of South Park than anything else. I truly enjoyed it, I even enjoy the Anti-Bush speech he gave at the rodeo. I was amazed how people didn't get how he was mocking Bush and they cheered him on......it was kind of scary now that I think about it. Did anyone else see the film, and what did you think of the politically incorrect overtones of the film?

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well hell then let's say it again! It's a new thread and all......be a shame to waste it. Besides none of those threads were as special as this one........

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I just saw the movie Sunday. I have to say it was as funny as advertised. I usually don't care for the "Tom Green" style mock documentaries. However Borat was so off the wall and weird, you had a hard time believing it could be real. I at first I thought It was mostly a film which made fun of "Conservative America", but then I saw the subtle humor as they made fun of Jews, Muslims, Blacks, Feminists, Southerners, College Kids, and just about anyone else who Borat came into contact with. The Film reminded me more of South Park than anything else. I truly enjoyed it, I even enjoy the Anti-Bush speech he gave at the rodeo. I was amazed how people didn't get how he was mocking Bush and they cheered him on......it was kind of scary now that I think about it. Did anyone else see the film, and what did you think of the politically incorrect overtones of the film?

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