Alright, before we get into the Borat
review, you should make sure you're ready for the following: jokes, humor, political satire, ethnic stereotyping, sexism, wrestling, naked wrestling, ice cream trucks, references to '90s TV shows, bears, Southern hospitality, rodeos, animal cruelty, Kazakhi wedding ceremonies, and RVs with frat boys traveling across the country.
Now that we've got that out of the way, you can fully enjoy Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan
. The film is basically a mockumentary that follows the fifth most famous person in Kazakhstan, Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) and his producer Azamat (Ken Davitian) as they are sent to America to learn about those "cultural learnings" in the title. Of course, once they get there, Borat is mystified by America' greatest contribution to the entire world:
Actually, Pamela Anderson in Baywatch
. And once he learns where California is, there' no stopping him and a driving montage set to some good ol' Steppenwolf! But along the way, Borat convinces Azamat to take a look at American culture, as they participate in an etiquette class, sing the Kazakhstan national anthem at a rodeo, and even find a friendly parade in Washington, D.C.