Well, the first four minutes of the opening scenes, anyway. Yep, the first 240 seconds of "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" can be yours for free, and all you need is an internet connection and a browser.
The pseudo-documentary by Brit comedian Sacha Baron Cohen follows his Kazakh reporter, Borat, on a cross-country trip across the United States in search of cultural lessons he can glean from Americans. Along the way he encounters urban youth, Southern society folk, USC frat boys, rodeo fans, driving instructors, car salesmen, politicians, homosexuals, and even Pamela Anderson.
Currently at 100 percent on the Tomatometer (with 15 reviews), "Borat" is winning over just about everybody. Critics are calling it "uproariously funny" (Variety‘s Leslie Felperin), "sharply pointed satire" (Salon.com‘s Stephanie Zacharek), and "the most devastating and hilarious semi-documentary indictment of American cultural and political hegemony imaginable" (RogerEbert.com‘s Jim Emerson).
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"Borat" hits theaters on November 3rd. And don’t bring your parents.