South Park: Imaginationland
Some of the boys in South Park elementary find themselves on a balloon ride to an imaginary land. At arrival they're faced with an unimaginably threat.
I am fan of South Park, I think it's insane, funny and actually a lot smarter than people give it credit for.
This isn't as good as the classic South Park episodes, as those usually involve Cartman in a bigger role, but I really liked it.
The terrorists sieging our imagination is a brilliant literal take on current society's fears, and I think it mixes insanity, gross-out humour and genuine wit very well. The Christmas Critters' return was horrifyingly hilarious, as was Al Gore's ManBearPig.
Cartman's side-story becomes very one-note towards the third act, but to be honest it's classic Cartman and did still make me laugh.
It's South Park, what more can I say? You either love it for what it is, or you don't... and I do. Snarf.
A great idea not completely exploited, but very funny.
Shitty in all the usual South Park ways.
Nice in the usual South Park ways too.
It's quite imaginative and all, but it just didn't do it for me.
A disappointment. The fantasysploitation idea is a fine starting point and seeing unrelated, well-known characters interact is amusing enough but this is just three episodes of South Park reiterating two weak jokes about imagination and sucking balls. So what seemed promising initially ends up lacking the former and doing the latter, unfortunately. Skip it, snarf.
noooo! not happy bear!!!