He was trying to make you laugh. He decides that in his quest for worldwide fame, he will move to Los Angeles and reinvent himself. If there is any comfort to take away from this it is that Baron Cohen exhibits a similar disconnect and misunderstanding about attitudes toward gay men as the government, since most polls show that Washington lags behind popular opinion when it comes to tolerance. Do you have an attitude, candidate? Sky News. Cohen's last movie, "Borat," I think it's much more detectable in "Bruno," that a lot of it just feels more staged.
The Brothers Grimsby In this scene, he takes on the military during a training session with the Alabama National Guard. In the end, no.
It's a comedy movie and, you know, there's a very strong social statement.