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'Grimsby': Is Sacha Baron Cohen’s football hooligan comedy as funny as Ali G, Borat and Brüno?

By Cath Clarke

After pissing off Kazakhstan with 'Borat', Sacha Baron Cohen is back on home turf with his latest comedy ‘Grimsby’ and a new character – football lout Nobby, who’s got a Liam Gallagher haircut, nine kids (one called Skeletor) and misspelt tattoos. When Nobby meets his long-lost brother (played by Mark Strong), a suave MI6 spy, the two fight a terrorist plot to wipe out the world’s poor. We love Baron Cohen’s excruciating brand of satire. But how does he do with a straight-up gross-out comedy? Read our review.

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