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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.
"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.
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…
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
Crass, inflammatory, and rocking that Hard-R rating like nobody else can.
And I wouldn't have it any other way.
I loved the whole thing, the song segments especially. Nice to see Saddam Hussein survived his bombing in Hot Shots Part Deux. All the cameos were fun, and Cartman saving the day with his filthy, fuck*ng mouth was perfect.
Definitely a favorite musical of mine.
When the four boys see an R-rated movie featuring Canadians Terrance & Phillip, they are pronounced "corrupted", and their parents pressure the United States to wage war against Canada. - IMDB
Back when this movie was released, it was hilarious to see a cartoon that went balls out with the crude comedy. That novelty has somewhat worn off now when there's plenty more that are better, but this was definitely a pioneer.
It still has it's funny moments, but does become a little tiresome towards the end, especially since I've seen it quite a number of times over the years.
We were to the point of tears when Satan and Sadam were in bed when we first saw it, my friends and I. How times change, huh?
ngl I'd watch a whole Terrence and Phillip movie I don't even care
This movie is crazy. It's creative, pushing a boundary. With the music, just an insanely fun animated movie.
One of my favorite musical movies.
There are a few things these days that can keep a movie from being a perfect movie in my eyes and South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut has a few of them but still holds out as a clever (although not necessarily subtle) criticism of censorship. It's something that Matt Stone and Trey Parker have undoubtedly faced a lot of in their careers being the Comedy Central version of a shock jock early on in their careers before South Park began delving deeper into social commentary and moving away from it's more immature roots.
However, where I think Matt and Trey really shine is when writing a musical. These two obviously have a love…
Classic South Park humor. Too many musical numbers.
Not much to say. Do you like South Park? You'll like this.
If you're offending everybody, are you really offending anybody?
When South Park debuted on Comedy Central in 1997, there were a lot of controversy that dealt with the fact that there were these kids with testicles for eyes saying really crude language. It also didn’t help that the very first episode deals with one of the main characters having an alien antenna up his ass. It was a show that many kids, including myself weren’t allowed to watch because it was not appropriate for children. Anyway, I sweet talked the old lady into finally letting me watch as I got older and I thought it was one of the funniest shows I had ever seen. Even to this day, it’s a show that always has something to say about…
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