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Unfortunately it's not even close to the HBO Ali G. It's pretty bad.
Just as good as Borat! I had to watch it to twice to catch the witty BrIrish/Jamaican slang dialog.
It's impossible to like this if you are older than twelve years old (maybe less).
The scripted,(and very trite), format doesn't even come close to producing the comedic effect the candid TV series does, but the complete embrace of Sacha Barons character can still be hilarious. Extremely stupid and crude yet consistently funny with some biting satire at points.
A hilariously underrated masterpiece!
Charles Dance never disappoints as the villain and is at his best in the pre credit scene. Martin Freeman is also entertaining in a much different role than the type I have seen him in lately.
The movie is great honestly i don't even know how it got 56%
Ali G is quite a memorable comedic creation and Sacha Baron Cohen is excellent in bringing him to life. "Ali G Indahouse" has some very funny moments and some rather predictable ones, yet contains enough good jokes throughout to be an enjoyable, rewarding watch.
Original satire. One for the 90s babies
The humor of Ali G comes from is his awkward interactions with the unsuspecting, but when he is in a movie full of actors who are in on the gig, it doesn't work at all