There are no words to describe how much I'm looking forward to Borat: Cultural Leanings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, especially since everyone who has seen it (including our own Kim Voynar and Scott Weinberg) seem to think it's one of the funniest films in years.
For those of you who simply cannot wait until the flick arrives in U.S. theaters on November 3, you can now taste a bit more of that Kazakhstani sweetness as the first four minutes of the film are now online courtesy of YouTube (via AICN). Still not satisfied? Well, maybe the four additional deleted scenes will help tame your anticipation for just a little while longer. I don't know what it is, but there's just something so hilarious about watching Borat (aka Sacha Baron Cohen) attempt to train a puppy to attack a Jew. And I'm Jewish! Obviously, the downside here is that, with all this publicity, there's a good chance Borat's cover is finally blown. Thus, we probably will not see a sequel. However, Cohen still has his Bruno character, the hysterical Austrian homosexual who claims to be the voice of Austrian youth television. Yeah, so once he's done pissing off one country, he can move on to another.