But there is one sequence in this London-set Russian Mafia drama that is utterly unforgettable. The unforgettable part? That for nearly all of this by-no-means-short rumble Mortensen is clad in nothing but tattoos. Nor has any Austin Powers -style effort been made to obscure the Mortensen manhood with, say, the presence of a passing banana-and-tangerine salesman. Mortensen is not the only actor to have recently engaged in fiber-free fisticuffs.
Sacha Baron Cohen's award-winning film premiered 10 years ago today.
The satirical film, entitled "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan ," documented Borat's trek across America, the colorful people he meets during his travels, and his burning desire to meet "Baywatch" actress Pamela Anderson. Played by British actor Sacha Baron Cohen , who first introduced the character on his television series, "Da Ali G Show," Borat's anti-Semitic and sexist comments often tested his subjects' patience and exposed their prejudices. That was one of the amazing things about Borat: He had an uncanny way of getting people to talk about things that we we weren't hearing in public. All interviews have been condensed and combined for space and clarity. It was good and people loved it but we felt slightly that we copped out.
Landing on Eminem at the MTV Movie Awards
No matter how you feel about Sacha Baron Cohen -- and the man tends to elicit strong reactions -- you can't deny that he is fearless. In honor of his new film, Grimsby , take a look back at some of the gonzo comedian's most outlandish on-screen antics. If you were worried that Baron Cohen's love of gross bodily functions would wane with time, fear not! He's recently been peddling a particularly salacious excerpt from his new film Grimsby on late-night shows, which apparently involves Baron Cohen getting slapped in the face by an elephant's dong while hiding inside another elephant's vagina.
I hope to be able to love nurses as I once did for many years. Why Mormons don't hate gay people. Though my mother never openly complained about this, I could see it in her eyes.