Doesn't the title of the list explain it well enough? This is a list of 200+ quality "short" films. Easy…
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
When the four boys see an R-rated movie featuring Canadians Terrance and Philip, they are pronounced "corrupted", and their parents pressure the United States to wage war against Canada.
Any film that has Saddam Hussein and Satan as gay lovers should win tons of awards.
I blame Canada they didn't win any.
Seen this so many times I can almost quote it verbatim, and it's probably had more of an influence on my sense of humor (for better or worse) than any other movie after how often I stayed up to watch it uncensored on Comedy Central in middle school. It never gets old either. The songs are all super (thanks for asking). The jokes remain as funny as ever and, combined with the creative social commentary, give a good sense of why the show has endured for so long. Plus those cameos and Michael fucking McDonald. This is the ultimate late night movie.
Hilarious from start to finish. Some moments reach the height of becoming absolutely classic. Not sure how it got away with some of its outrageously offensive content back in its day.
It has been so long since I saw this, I forgot just how absolutely and outrageously hilarious this is.
Blazing satire on the US government, censorship and freedom of speech, Trey Parker and Matt Stone must have felt as if they'd been through a meat grinder on their way to getting this to the screens.
Constant arguments with Paramount over context, content and the rating (which they were told would be an R originally) led to proposed lawsuits as as silly song and dance trailer was cut by paramount, intended to air on MTV, but mysteriously ended up in the boot of Parkers car. Both he and Stone hated it- cut for tone with all of the humor that infests…
Who needs Les Mis when you have the vulgar pint sized characters from televisions South Park belting out crude, casually racist melodies with enough gross out humour to make Tom Green blush! Making the giant leap to the big screen, South Park makes numerous self referential jokes using the Canadian "Terence and Phillip" as a fictional parallel in order to anticipate every parental hatred or complaint towards this gargantious 90 minutes of obscenities.
Insulting every domination in the book in one fell swoop, bigger longer uncut boasts grand ensemble showtunes making pansies of the military, making enemies of the Canadians and of course documenting the kindling romance between Saddame Hussain and Satan a lord of the underworld.
This movie never sells out it's source material giving beloved characters ample screen time, ever quotable lines and of course finally revealing Kenny's face.
South Park are clearly too good for the Tony's
Definitely not as offensive as I remember this movie being in my youth. Nonetheless, South Park set the bar in regards to vulgarity, crassness and gross out humour.
The story is not as good as even some of the episodes are at their best, but none can deny that this film has some truly hilarious moments and great musical numbers.
A movie against censorship. Brilliant just like the TV show.
Imagine a longer, ruder episode of South Park. There you go.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
15 años después, volví a ver la película de South Park, ese capítulo de hora y media con estructura fuerte de musical, dedicado a los peligros de la censura.
Sigue siendo una obra maestra que sin tomarse en serio, es mucho mas contundente que millones de obras con temáticas similares.
Además, hay un personaje que se llama "Gregory".
Y no recordaba que James Hetfield cantaba en el descenso de Kenny al infierno.
"I really wanted to quote something from the movie, but you know how embarrassing that will be.... :-p"
I've never seen an episode of South Park the series before, except the one with the Youtube stars. So, I had no idea how crazy they were. Since I watched it now, I have only one thing to say. Crazy-offensive-outrageous-gross-genius. Whew...
Funny as hell and still holds up offensively. Not a huge fan of the series, but this movie is quotable as hell, you donkey-raping shiteater.
Good musical but probably won't be performed in high schools anytime soon.
'Shut your fu#•*ng face Uncle fu#•er'.
It's blasphemous, offensive, vulgar, crass, puerile and very funny.
The best musical of all time, America's greatest cartoon fails to disappoint on the big screen. Kyle's Mom is the central antagonist, and Eric Cartman's song about her is a scene that will forever be embedded in my memory.
There’s something to offend the whole family in Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s feature length version of their TV comedy, but the film has the intelligence to make a virtue of just that: satirising a culture that is prudish about sex but revels in screen violence. It zips along at a clip, punctuated with more than a dozen songs, and the jokes are sporadically very funny.
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
Chances are the first movie you ever saw was animation. Exuberant, colorful and full of wonder, animation is the stuff…