From a comedy standpoint, this movie is alright. I'd say the attempts at shock-humor from the last feel pretty recycled here (was the penis Polaroid really needed again?). But the interviews and interactions do have charm this go-around, as well. The targets this time included for different--and I'd posit better--reasons. The final laugh also got me pretty good.
But when I think about, and I mean really think about, what the actual making of this film was like, this is pretty stunning stuff. Cohen and Co. put themselves in numerous situations that were, in a very serious way, dangerous. The scene from Borat No. 1 when he is at the rodeo, you actually are afraid for him, and I remember feeling that serious fear in the theater. That fear fills like 90% of this one. Insanity.