I always wonder at the thought process behind the naming of movies with incredibly long titles. It is done to be clever, it is a marketing ploy, or is the long name needed to explain what the movie is about. One thing is guaranteed – they certainly make you notice them. I would hate to have to be the one that put up all the individual letters of these movies with incredibly long titles on the old style cinema displays.
1. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)
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Written by and starring Ali G creator Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat is a zany mockumentary that is perhaps the most well known and mainstream of this collection of movies with incredibly long titles. Borat, a journalist from Kazakhstan, travels to the United States to learn about everything relating to American culture, resulting in a gloriously awkward series of encounters with real US citizens who have very little idea of what is going on!