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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.
South Park, one longest running and best TV shows in recent memory. As a regular viewer of South Park I can tell you that this movie captures the charm and wit of the show and makes an overall great movie.
The plot follows the boys, Stan, Cartman, Kenny and Kyle when one day they go to see an R rated movie from Terrance and Phillip. After this movie, the boys start swearing uncontrollably which leads to their mothers, mainly Sheila Broflovski, declaring war on Canada. There is also a subplot revolving Satan and Saddam Hussein, who are gay lovers, planning to take over the world. Now the plot to this film is very good. It Captures the heart of the…
"Shut your fucking face yo uncle fucka".
Laughed my ass out! Sorry,
Laughed my buns out 😝
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.
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
A bonafide comedic and musical classic, this adult cartoon came toward the start of South Park's run and set the tone for the kind of irreverent antics that it has maintained for almost two decades. This film is still talked about to this day.
"Remember what the MPAA says; Horrific, Deplorable violence is okay, as long as people don't say any naughty woids!"
Had to give this a rewatch after finishing The Stick of Truth Video game. It's fun revisiting something so controversial that helped shape and partially disfigure your childhood mind, except now I get all the Les Miz references
I still love this show and this movie a ton, but their quality of work has improved and so I have to grade on a curve. As a first time viewing experience in 1999 this was a five star movie. In 2016, nearing the 20th anniversary of the series I have to say, they have done better. But man, those songs... Still brilliant
Ah South Park. I still remember back in the late 90's and early 2000's when you were on tv at midnight, every saturdays on Teletoon (a canadian channel).
You were the most offensive, crude, violent show there was on television at the time. As an animation show, you were at the top of the most controversial ones.
I remember the little red square with a 18+ in it appearing at the top left corner of the screen at the beginning of each episode.
As years went by, other forms of warnings began to introduce the show, like a voice over reading an on-screen message saying the show had multiple scenes of crude humor, strong language, violence and...well, basically a big…
This movie is a brilliant subversive comedy that comments on the state of modern culture (at least as of 1999) in an incredibly unique way: music. Yup, this is a musical and a really solid one at that. The lyrics of the various songs from "Uncle Fucker" to "Blame Canada" amongst so many others disguise a really deep message about censorship, influence of adult content on children, personal responsibility, geo-political relations, amongst so many other topics. This takes from the brilliant and creative television series and literally, as the title states, makes it bigger, longer, and uncut. The four lead characters (3 for the majority of the main plot of this film) were wonderful again and play these young characters…
South Park is an animated show that has had its fair share of brilliantly hilarious episodes however, the pinnacle of its existence, for me, has to be the movie released back in 1999.
The script, the insults, the story and the songs, oh yes the songs, are all magnificently written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. I don't think I've laughed so much at a movie as I do at this every single time.
You can take all of your Pixar and Disney animated classics because South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut is the greatest animated movie of all time.
I still remember watching this on VHS back in the day. Just terrific, those songs will be stuck in my head for days. Trey and Matt really know how to pen a musical.
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The first 1012 films are from The 1,000 Greatest Films list, and maintain the original order. The films that follow…