Borat is one of the ruder and more offensive movies I've seen in a while. It's greatness, though, comes not from this, but from the masterful comedic situations and the subtle setups of the innocent bystanders in the improv scenes. Cohen really makes jokes out of so many people and their beliefs -- without them even knowing it. Many times through the movie I would be laughing so hard I'd be crying from the lowbrow filth on the screen, and at the same time bracing myself for the next inevitably funny scene. As gross as this movie is (and it gets GROSS), I think most of it would be lost on the lowbrow crowd. A must see for those who like masterfully crafted comedies, and film buffs in general, but be warned -- it's not for the faint of heart.