Don'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
I was never really a fan of the South Park television series. I've seen it a few times, but I'd never stop and take time out of my day to watch it. When I watched this movie for the first time, it made me interested in the television series. Since then, I've been a frequent viewer, and I find the show to be hilarious. Is the show as good as the movie? No. South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut is a film that many people pass off as just a silly little comedy. I personally think this film is very clever in what its trying to accomplish, and there are many hidden themes throughout the film. The movie touches on…
Classic South Park at the height of its originality.
I'll start off and say I was not a fan of the show at the time and really wasn't interested in seeing the movie. But after being dragged along by a group of friends against my will I'm glad I did.
I don't fall into hysterics by hearing eight year old cartoons use the F-word profusely like most of the teenage and college filled theater, but luckily for me there was plenty of wit, raunch, and humor to go around. The movie is riotously funny and I often found myself at times having to grip the armrest so I wouldn't tumble out of my seat.
The movie could have been easily retitled 'South Park: The Musical' with the batch of…
All the subtlety of a bag of rocks, and it knows it. "Uncle Fucker" may well be one of the highlights of the franchise, a slab of pure, beautiful vulgarity.
Also nice if you're in the mood for some '90s signifiers (Clinton! Saddam! Shitty CGI! V-Chips!).
It also would make an interesting double feature with Bloodsucking Freaks--both movies delight in over-the-top vulgarity while commenting on the very controversy they court.
Chef: "Haven't you heard of the Emancipation Proclamation?"
General: "I don't listen to hip-hop."
What the fuck is wrong with German people?
Classic. Brilliant. Great Songs. The pre-HD animation is pretty distracting, though.
No shock here, it still holds up.
SOUTH PARK: BIGGER, LONGER & UNCUT is one of the few animated films that is equally enjoyable as the show it's based off to me. It uses its satirical elements and social commentary to create a clever story, and the fact that it's a musical makes it even more amusing. The songs are charming and memorable, it's just as incredibly vulgar, violent and offensive as the show, and I love it.
- 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…