I'm not sure what to say about this film. Yes, it is funny, but it's ridiculously crude and offensive to Christians. I am a Christian, so I am mad at Cohen. I was introduced to Cohen in Martin Scorsese's Hugo (great film) and I thought he did an incredible job playing the station inspector who has a heart deep inside him. But the character he creates is a strongly negative role model, although the character does not know stuff. I can't blame the character for telling his country to mock Christianity because he doesn't know anything. But I do blame Cohen and the other people that worked on this film. This movie also offends more religions (ex. Muslims) and is strongly racist. So now, no more of religious and race material. Now the parental review. Violence is mild because it only has brawls in it and wrestling. Sexual content is extreme. I'll just tell you that it's extreme. Don't want to go in the details. Language is also frequent, but not as frequent as the horrible sexual content. I watched this on TV, so they censored most of the language. That's the thing I love about watching movies on TV. There might be consumerism. If the Baywatch thing is real, then there is. I don't know. For drinking, in one scene, Borat goes extreme and gets drunk with weird guys. So yes, this film is THAT crude. Everything is there for a crude movie. Ughh.