Parents need to know that Borat is a raunchy, vulgar, sometimes shocking, and often hilarious comedy. Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen uses the character of Borat to expose the effects of ignorance by targeting ignorant behavior. But this is absolutely not children's entertainment. Reporter Borat lampoons Americans' sexism, racism, homophobia, antisemitism, religious intolerance, classism, and ageism by putting people on the spot and peppering them with bold questions. The movie features mature content including an extended, explicit sequence of naked men wrestling; jokes about sex work, feminism, and marriage (a wife's death is celebrated); homophobic remarks; toilet humor (literally); and physical fighting. Distasteful jokes aimed at U.S. popular culture and beliefs include references to Baywatch, Michael Jackson, "Dirty Harold," Pentecostal church practices, Jews, rodeos and cowboys, etiquette, patriotic pride, hip-hop culture, and college fraternities. Language includes "f--k," "c--k," "s--t," "ass," "p---y," the "N" word, and more (some in subtitles).