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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2020)
Where to start!
Wow! There's too much content here to properly synthesize this film, i'm flustered. It's just too damn funny. Beyond the obvious political agenda and glaringly satirical overtones, Cohen has reproduced the *perfect* comedy for all personality types...mature personality types...so long as one refuses to get caught up in the sarcastic details. Not to mention the whole idea is to comfort all those who feel "lost" in these uncertain and unfamiliar times. Borat, once again, reminds us that once we stop caring about the societies overwhelming idiosyncrasies, we can all live in social harmony. Yes, i will admit some of the themes felt...forced. Being where we are as a race, i still believe this is a very strong and relevant work of art. Absolutely hilarious. I have left spoilers out so your first viewing experience can be a...hmmm...what's the phrase....ah right....great success!
A world beyond patience
I think we, yes you (me too!), are all too apt to making quick assumptions. If there isn't a clear direction the show is headed, the viewer will quickly become uninterested, then confused and eventually annoyed with seemingly nonsensical plot points. Keep the trailer in mind! although the premise isn't echoed frequently throughout the episodes there IS a point to the story. Why else would they continuously attempt to continue/revise a "failing" series (or series of series in this case)? There's progressive overtones, oh well! The show's writers are veterans, moreover veterans with the TWD audience, curb your ego guys. This show has loads of latent promise but the underlying "dissatisfaction" from TWD and FTWD has already tarnished any potential this continuation has. opinions should roll with the show; i will revisit this review upon closure of the second (and final) season, in the meantime, World Beyond does deserve an average rating. Optimism goes a long way and i believe this is TWD's attempt at "redeeming" themselves for going astray in their previous projects. Yes, it feels predictable at times, but is that how the best shows get started?