Bruno is directed by Larry Charles, and it stars Sacha Baron Cohen in a mockumentary comedy film about a gay Austrian fashion journalist that was fired from his own television show, and Bruno (Sacha Baron Cohen) has an idea that to be famous, he wants to be an actor. I've been wanting to see this after watching Borat, which I thought was funny, but not as highly praised worthy as I thought was going to be. It took such a long time to actually get in hold of this movie, and it was because DirecTV was showing this in one of the channels. So when I managed to watch this, I can say that in my opinion, Bruno is better than Borat. Sacha Baron Cohen does a fantastic job of looking and acting so much different as Bruno from Borat that I can totally see the people that Bruno talks to be completely fooled by him. The humor in this is hysterical to watch, and is more offensive and outrageous than Borat, but never was the point where it was doing it just because. The movie has a lot of insights of the fashion aspect and being gay as it's interesting to see that, and it definitely was during the time where being gay wasn't quite ok from the majority of the people. I was surprised at how graphic this is, and it shows how fearless Sacha Baron Cohen is when saying and doing a lot of stuff that is way out there that is definitely not for everybody. There were times where I was shocked, but always laughing when it does go to the extreme. The only issue I have with this is that by the end of it, it starts to make me laugh less. Bruno is a really great film that I'll watch this over Borat, even though it has to be by myself as it'll be very awkward watching this with people.