British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen reprises his role as the irrepressibly cheerful but pixelated Kazakh journalist he first played in 2006 and once again sets off on a cross-country tour of the United States, this time accompanied by his daughter (Maria Bakalova). The same outlandishly vulgar comedy that marked his first journey makes a comeback as well under Jason Woliner’s direction, overshadowing the liberal political satire and mockery of American cluelessness that are presumably the main items on Baron Cohen’s agenda. A stab at semi-seriousness in the latter stages of the script, which the star co-wrote, is similarly lost in the tasteless shuffle. Pervasive raunchy humor, including sight gags of frontal nudity and a scene of masturbation, at least one use of profanity, a couple of rough and about a dozen crude terms, obscene gestures. The Catholic News Service classification is O — morally offensive. The Motion Picture Association rating is R — restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.