Bruno
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  • I particularly enjoyed the scenes when Bruno visits a gay converter, a man who helps gay men become heterosexual
  • I think that if this movie had lasted another half and hour, it might have been just a bit too long, but it is the perfect length, at 80 minutes, so that none of the humour gets old or repetitive
  • I would recommend that anyone who likes Sacha Baron Cohen’s previous films will love this one, as long as you do not find full frontal nudity and all forms of political incorrectness offensive

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      If you liked Sacha Baron Cohen’s most famous movie, Borat, you will find Bruno funny. Yes, this latest controversial and extremely politically incorrect comedy is over-the-top in the poor taste department.

      I do admit to finding the reactions of the people he encounters to be hilarious, and in this film, he hangs out with Senator Ron Paul, Paula Abdul, and many other celebrities and famous people.

      At the end of this film, even Bono and Elton John make an appearance.

      Bruno manages to insult just


      about every religious, ethnic and political group, and there are certainly some scenes which will be distasteful to some, such as the close-ups of Cohen’s private parts.

      As long as you don’t find these scenes offensive, and don’t mind the very graphic language and images, you should enjoy this farce.

      Cohen’s character Bruno is an Austrian model who comes to America to become famous, and this quest leads him to try many things, such as adopting an African-American baby, making a sex tape, and being arrested.

      I ...


      • particularly enjoyed the scenes when Bruno visits a gay converter, a man who helps gay men become heterosexual.

        The fact that these people even exist is funny to me, and these exchanges had me giggling.

        Bruno is so over-the-top gay that so many people had quite a range of reactions to his behaviour, and that was extremely entertaining.

        I think that if this movie had lasted another half and hour, it might have been just a bit too long, but it is the perfect length, at

        80 minutes, so that none of the humour gets old or repetitive.

        The dialogue is extremely clever, and you do have to pay attention to Cohen’s lines to catch all of the risqué and sometimes ridiculous references.

        I would recommend that anyone who likes Sacha Baron Cohen’s previous films will love this one, as long as you do not find full frontal nudity and all forms of political incorrectness offensive.

        I would also advice you to watch the deleted scenes, as they are well worth the time.




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