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If you're looking to upgrade your movie night with a selection of films that aren't available on other streaming platforms, check out what's available on FlixFling. This subscription service has a well-rounded library of over 5000 hard-to-find movies across all decades and genres like action, adventure, classic films, comedy, music, sci-fi, sports, and more. And you can save some money on a one-year subscription to the ad-free version of FlixFling if you sign up today.

Many of the streaming services available now have the rights to the same movies, so it's not always easy to really discover something new on them. FlixFling offers movies that are harder to find, many of which are either older or outside the lens of Hollywood. This is a service designed for movie buffs who want to take a deeper dive into their favorite genre to find gems they didn't even know existed.

When you subscribe to FlixFling, you'll be able to easily access the app on a phone, computer, tablet, or app-compatible television—your account will carry over to up to five different devices. And with the deal available today, your streaming won't be disrupted by ads. Access FlixFling at the current discounted price of $60 for a one-year subscription.

 

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Wa Wa Wee Wa: The Origin of Borat's Favorite Catchphrase

Wa wa wee wa! Sacha Baron Cohen is back in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2020).
Wa wa wee wa! Sacha Baron Cohen is back in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2020).
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When Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan was released in 2006, a new audience was exposed to Borat Sagdiyev, a “journalist” portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen who had made frequent appearances on the comedian’s Da Ali G Show.

Soon, in our country there was problem: People mimicked Borat’s catchphrases, "very nice" and “wa wa wee wa,” incessantly. The latter phrase was used to denote surprise or happiness on Borat’s part. While some may have assumed it was made up, it turns out that it actually means something.

Wa wa wee wa is Hebrew, which Cohen speaks throughout the film and which helped make Borat a hit in Israel. (Cohen is himself Jewish.) It was taken from an Israeli comedy show and is the equivalent of the word wow. Reportedly, the expression was popular among Israelis, and they appreciated Cohen’s use of it.

The original Borat also sees Cohen singing a popular Hebrew folk song, “Koom Bachur Atzel,” or “get up lazy boy,” among other Hebrew mentions. It remains to be seen how much of it he’ll be speaking in the sequel, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. It premieres on Amazon Prime Friday, October 23.

[h/t The Los Angeles Times]