California, and Spicy Tuna Rolls.
Holy shit, if you're homophobic, I suggest not to watch this movie. It has queer written all over it. It's obvious. HAHA. It was funny. If you have a great sense of humor, you would think it's hilarious. Mikey and I watched it. I had to cover his eyes because there were some things he was not ready for. HAHA.
Sacha Baron Cohen is a pretty good actor. To portray somebody from Signor Adolfo Pirelli, Borat Sagdiyav, and to Brüno just shows how versatile he is. I'm not saying he is a Johnny Depp, or a Leonardo DiCaprio, but he's pretty good.
As I was saying with all his gay-ness, shit was actually fuckin' funny. It was nasty, but funny. There were too much penises in the movie though. Lol. I wonder how the unrated version looks. Well, the whole point of the movie was to make Brüno famous again, after the blunder that happened. He went to the U.S, and his journey began, with Lutz. The mishaps that he got himself into were hilarious. In actuality, he depicted some of the famous celebs. He tried to show how people were desperate to be in the limelight. Well, that's what I think. I was lookin' at the big picture. Yeahhh, and the ending was a shocker. HAHA.
As I said before, if you don't like the homo-ness in anything, I suggest not to watch it.
PS: It was fuckin' graphic.
Anywho, I'm getting my tats on Friday. I hope, at least.