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Eric Brainard 1 month ago
Still funny like Borat & The Dictator but a little too many sex jokes.
Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
A bit much for some people. Over the top and perhaps a bit mean spirited. Funny at times.
Michael Cole almost 5 years ago
Cohen is so focused on bringing shocks to the screen, he forgets to make it funny.
Nino D 6 years ago
Had its moments
Rowan Humphreys 6 years ago
Fuck a duck.... :O
Daniel Nielsen 7 years ago
Sascha Baron Cohen in a nutshell, Hilarious.
Anna-Kathrin Person 7 years ago
Hilarious!
Kosta Jotić 7 years ago
Na momente urnebesan.
Steve Tetreault 7 years ago
Not terrible, some revealing moments.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
A less funny version of Borat. Pretty much just one gay joke after another. Still funny.
Zavrox 7 years ago
If you're afraid of people being gay, this is not a film for you.
Jordan Radich over 7 years ago
As sick as it might be its actually a funny film to get into.
Neil Cooke almost 8 years ago
Vapid.
Ryan Metcalfe almost 8 years ago
How can this be on the worst list? This is awesome.
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Miranda Wright over 2 years ago
Sini Stenbacka over 2 years ago
Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Ben Randall almost 3 years ago
Davide MrBlonde almost 3 years ago
Brüno (pronounced as Bruno) is a 2009 British mockumentary comedy film directed by Larry Charles and starring Sacha Baron Cohen, who produced, co-wrote, and starred as the gay Austrian fashion journalist Brüno. The film is the third based on characters from Da Ali G Show, following Ali G Indahouse and Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Gay Austrian fashion reporter Brüno is fired from his own television show, Funkyzeit mit Brüno (Funkytime with Brüno) after disrupting a Milan Fashion week catwalk (whose audience included Paul McCartney), and his lover Diesel (Clifford Bañagale) leaves him for another man. Accompanied by his assistant's assistant, Lutz (Gustaf Hammarsten), he travels to the United States to become "the biggest Austrian superstar since Hitler". Brüno unsuccessfully attempts an acting career as an extra on NBC's Medium. He then interviews Paula Abdul, using “Mexican chair-persons” in place of furniture (Abdul goes along...
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