5 Hilarious Comedies Starring Sacha Baron Cohen
These Sacha Baron Cohen comedies are the perfect cure for a bad day.
Some might now agree, but Sacha Baron Cohen is pretty much a comedy genius. This guy knows how to get a laugh, and we have got five of his funniest movies that you have to check out.
The Brothers Grimsby
This movie is wild. Sacha plays Nobby, a goofy dude from a small English town who ends up reuniting with his long-lost brother, portrayed by Mark Strong, — who just happens to be a super spy.
The mix of Nobby's ridiculous antics with some serious spy action makes for some hilarious moments. It's like James Bond met the Three Stooges. You'll be laughing and face-palming the whole time.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
In this sports comedy film, Sacha Baron Cohen plays an outrageous French Formula One driver, Jean Girard, who's the rival to Will Ferrell's character, Ricky Bobby.
The culture clash and the ridiculousness of the racing world are just perfect. It's a laugh riot with some of the funniest one-liners. Seriously, it's a must-watch for anyone who loves a good chuckle.
Sacha Baron Cohen is in top form as Admiral General Aladeen, a crazy dictator from a made-up country. The jokes just keep coming, and the satire is spot-on. It's like he's taking a wild swipe at every dictator cliché in the book, and it's all totally over-the-top hilarious. If you like your comedy with a side of political satire, this one's for you.
You might have overlooked the fact that Sacha Baron Cohen was part of Madagascar. He wasn't the main star, but he lent his voice to King Julien, the lemur, and man, he totally rocked it. His voice acting is something you won't forget.
He's wacky, he's wild, and he loves to move it, move it. His voice acting adds so much humor to this animated gem. It's great for both kids and adults, and King Julien steals every scene he's in.
Last, but certainly not least, is Borat. This might be Sacha Baron Cohen's most famous role. He plays Borat, a journalist from Kazakhstan, exploring America.
The awkward situations, the cultural differences, and just the sheer audacity of the character make this film a comedy classic. It's outrageous, it's controversial, and it's absolutely hilarious.