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.
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…
If you're into gaming you already know that last week the game "South Park: The Stick of Truth" was released and turned out to be one of the best licensed video game adaptions to ever grace the screen. It looks and feels as if you're playing a 12 to 18 hour long episode of the show. Since it's filled to the brim with fan service I've decided that I give the entire show a rewatch before I play the game all the way through. You see, even though I consider myself a huge fan of the show, the release history in Germany (screening late on Friday and Saturday evenings) was somewhat unfortunate so that I'd always miss it because I…
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
"Horrific, deplorable violence is okay, just as long as people don't say any naughty words."
Yep, sounds about right.
God, this movie is great!
Anybody that thinks this movie is just a bunch of toilet humor is obviously only taking this at face value. South Park is one of the smartest shows made. And damn funny at the same time
"Kick the baby"
Chef: Haven't you heard of the Emancipation Proclamation?
General: I don't listen to hip-hop.
Crude, Funny and in every way a delight to watch.
I watched this movie first before the series and I was really laughing out loud not like the one's you read in text saying LOL but they really aren't laughing.
South Park the movie is filled with wonderful songs, characters and dialogue to keep you pumped up and laugh.
for some reason i always forget that this exists. fucking hilarious with some meta-commentary thrown in. the songs are top notch as well. and it's true, nothing sucks about being a baldwin. nothing.
One of the better TV to Film transitions. Just a really funny film.
So, every now and then, I try to introduce Andrea to something from my childhood. 'South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut', is one that pretty much fell on deaf ears. She often makes me watch musicals, yet isn't willing to watch the cult equivalent.
From the off, South Park transcends the shackles of it's television counterpart, and begins a revolution that continues to keep the concept original, current and amusing. All of the songs were brilliant, and show the pair's ability to write surprisingly good lyrics. My personal favourite being Blame Canada.
The film is fun. It is stupid, racially challenging, musically sound, but most of all, it was completely unexpected. Parker and Stone managed to create a parody, of a parody. Perhaps not Andrea's cup of tea, but an hour and a half of hilarity for me.
Absolutely hilarious. One of the funniest movies I've seen.
This American animated musical comedy is really something else! Based on the animated television series South Park, it is produced and co-written by its creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone who are starring in it as well. The film was directed and co-scored by Parker and co-written by their South Park collaborator Pam Brady, and co-starred Mary Kay Bergman, and Isaac Hayes as Chef. It features twelve songs by Parker and Marc Shaiman with additional lyrics by Stone. There is so many things to enjoy, but I always like the best the satire of our society presented in the most politically incorrect way possible - real trademark for South Park!
This time film is largely concerned with the issues of…
A perfect South Park addition! I loved this movie so much, the jokes are killer, the lyrics and songs make you want to just sing along and its just as offensive, if not more than the show itself! If you havn't seen the show or are uncertain about the show South Park, then watch this because it will definitely convince you
There is an eternal tension between the genius of the Trey Parker who anticipates the fallout from his hit TV show being turned into an R-rated movie and makes the movie about that, and the douchebaggery of the Trey Parker who thinks, logically, that Satan would be gay, or that the leader of a fascistic censorship movement should be a Jewish mom. Hysterical as he can be, Parker is essentially a guardian of the status quo whose libertarian leanings emanate from his privilege. That's probably why my favorite "South Park" episode is the more story-oriented "Scott Tenorman Must Die," and not one of its many celebrated topical or political entries. The movie still has plenty of laughs (hence my still-positive star rating), but unfortunately it's too much of the latter and not enough of the former: It lacks any true sense of danger or upheaval.
- My Neighbor Totoro
- Grave of the Fireflies
- Final Cut - Ladies & Gentlemen
- For All Mankind
- The Racket
- 7th Heaven
- Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
- Chang: A Drama of the Wilderness
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
- Spirited Away
- My Neighbor Totoro
- Toy Story
- The Incredibles
Chances are the first movie you ever saw was animation. Exuberant, colorful and full of wonder, animation is the stuff…