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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