Brandon Wolfe’s review published on Letterboxd:
Not as funny as the first one, but possibly no movie is. Still very funny, though. There’s a lot more clear orchestration this time, but I would never have guessed that this much of a BORAT movie was feasible even four months ago, so it’s still impressive. It’s so rooted in the current moment that it won’t age well, but watching it while still within the confines of that moment, it totally plays. Very glad the character is still doable, although Bruno should stay retired.