Borat may be offensive and crude but it does so in the funniest way possible. Sacha Baron Cohen's performance is daring and he seems committed to the role. The film's documentary approach is actually clever since almost everyone who isn't Borat is an actual person, none of them are actors. There's just something I find amusing in seeing two people fight each other naked in a hotel. Maybe it's the intentionally mock feel so that the film can be all like "It's a Kazakhstan thing". The fact that about 80-85% of the film is unscripted even means lots and lots of improvisation. Everyone loves the improv, am I right? It's the kind of film that shocks but remains hilarious at the same time. As a satirical mockumentary, what did I expect? We'll probably never get another one of these since Baron Cohen's characters are too well-known nowadays in the aftermath of the films based off of characters from Da Ali G Show. But all in all if you only watch one mockumentary, and yes I specifically mean mockumentary, in a year, let that mockumentary be Borat.