Tomorrow, on October 23, Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm, the second comedy movie focusing on a moustached Kazakh ridiculing the paradoxes of life in the United States, will launch on Amazon Prime Video platform. The reviews of professional critics (not only from American) have already appeared on the web and they are very enthusiastic. The percentage of positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes is 83% with an average score of 7.08/10 (out of 101 ratings - 84 positive, 17 negative).
Selected reviews of Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm
- Matt Zoller Seltz, RogerEbert - 3.5/4
- Nicholas Barber, BBC - 4/5
- Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle - 3/4
- Johnny Oleksinski, New York Post - 3/4
- Michael O'Sullivan, Washington Post - 3/4
- Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic - 3/5
- Brian Truitt, USA Today - 2.5/4
- Kevin Maher, Times (UK), - 2/5
The critics' opinion lead to a conclusion that Borat: Subesequent Moviefilm is more than just a primitive comedy. The viewer can expect a bold social commentary and brutal satire, and Sacha Baron Cohen didn't cut any corners and focus on cuting off coupons. One thing is certain - we should be satisfied.