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  1. Jonathan says

    Why does he have to be ‘in character’ to promote this movie?

    he looks and is acting like a total idiot. it’s very embarassing. what if people start using the name ‘bruno’ and equating that with gay men like ‘brokeback mountain’ is equated with mainly gay men and their relationships?

  2. Terrance says

    I read that they had to re-shoot a couple of scenes because screening audiences found them distasteful. Apparently, having a scene with a baby in a hot tub while two men are having sex simply wasn’t the knee-slapper that it should be. (People just don’t know *art* or briliant *satire* when they see it! Fools!)

    At first, I was a bit worried that “Bruno” would turn out to be some sort of commercial for gay-haters; now, it’s looking like such an awful stinker of a movie that I just may *enjoy* watching this thing totally, massively and completely bomb at the box-office…!

    It will be a most satisfying, gratifying (and very well-deserved) public humiliation for SBC and this horrrrible piece-of-trash flick…

    Although, I *would* also enjoy hearing that SBC suffered an unfortunate, violent, agonizing, VICIOUS gay-bashing (something involving bricks and bottles, please!) while in character, while promoting his little stink-bomb of a movie

  3. Robert says

    Ha Ha Ha, aren’t effeminate men who act like they like other men but really don’t, funny. Really!, are we still laughing at that?

    I am so tired of the Dandy as a comedy character.

    I am a Dandy for real, and some straight guy is running around pretending to be like me so everyone can laugh with out the guilt of admitting I make them feel uncomfortable.

  4. says

    Hilarious to see all these comments from sticks in the mud who obviously have some internalized homophobia issues to deal with. I, for one, am looking forward to this film and can’t wait for the reaction of the social conservatives! Alas, the LGBT community evidently has plenty of grouses anxious to enable the reactionary right.

  5. says

    Blurgle, totally fine if we don’t have the same taste in movies, but these comments in particular are NOT *really* about taste in movies, are they?:

    he looks and is acting like a total idiot. it’s very embarassing. what if people start using the name ‘bruno’ and equating that with gay men like ‘brokeback mountain’ is equated with mainly gay men and their relationships?

    I was a bit worried that “Bruno” would turn out to be some sort of commercial for gay-haters; now, it’s looking like such an awful stinker of a movie that I just may *enjoy* watching this thing totally, massively and completely bomb at the box-office…! …Although, I *would* also enjoy hearing that SBC suffered an unfortunate, violent, agonizing, VICIOUS gay-bashing (something involving bricks and bottles, please!) while in character, while promoting his little stink-bomb of a movie.

    I am a Dandy for real, and some straight guy is running around pretending to be like me so everyone can laugh with out the guilt of admitting I make them feel uncomfortable.

  6. ben says

    You guys need to chiiiiiillllllll. Be comfortable with who are and that will speak for yourself. Not Bruno. Sacha Cohen can be hilarious to anyone, straight or gay.

    Please, let’s not be dramatic and pretend like one man is gonna loose some battle between “us vs them” for us. If that was the case then our battle would’ve been lost a long long time ago. It’s ok to laugh and make people feel uncomfortable. Ourselves included.

  7. jon says

    DAMN that bull is packin’ ! Look for more bull and man videos on XTube! (btw, how the hell did he get into that thing?)

    Come on, admit it, when you first saw the photo did you not take a second glance and wonder “…Adam Lambert”?

    Bruno, Borat, Ali G – (doesn’t matter which) the point/significance/object of the show isn’t who or how he’s playing a character. You see, he’s not the joke or the comedy, the jokes on us. It’s all about how the different parts of humanity react–that’s the real show. It’s third person art. So, now we have a choice b/c he is not the actor on the stage, we are.

  8. Daws says

    Can’t wait to see this movie. He set the bar high with Borat but from what I’ve seen so far Bruno will have me rollin’ too.

    And I love the bull outfit lol.

  9. Sasha says

    Lighten up People.

    Terrance: “Although, I *would* also enjoy hearing that SBC suffered an unfortunate, violent, agonizing, VICIOUS gay-bashing (something involving bricks and bottles, please!) while in character, while promoting his little stink-bomb of a movie”.

    C’mon now Terrance. You want bricks and bottles thrown at him for pretending to be dandy? Now that is just wrong on so many levels.

  10. northerner says

    Borat got old about halfway through the movie. Repetition of the same joke over and over and over. I imagine this one will get old after about 10 minutes. The guy’s a one-trick pony.

  11. Henry Holland says

    “I am a Dandy for real, and some straight guy is running around pretending to be like me so everyone can laugh with out the guilt of admitting I make them feel uncomfortable”

    Oh get the fuck over yourself, you talentless twat. You don’t make me feel uncomfortable, you BORE ME, because your act is so very very very tired. You think you’re so cutting edge and transgressive and in reality, you’re just the same old art fag cliche that’s been around forever and was boring in 1975. *That’s* what makes people uncomfortable, that someone is dense enough to think that in 2009 being a professional dandy like you is in any way, shape or form anything other than absurd.

    And your music sucks, too.

  12. JonJ says

    Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery……or something like that. “Nonplussed” is right. I’m sure I Bruno won’t shock me but remind me I’m not above it all. Personally, I think the gays that have assimilated into straight-world are far more judgemental and damaging to the gay community than anything “Bruno” could possibly do. He’s a comedian. “Bruno” is a character. He’s not advocating gay-bashing or hating. He’s obviously not afraid to be associated with gay people or he never would have gone down that road in the first place.

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