South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut


Action / Animation / Comedy / Fantasy / Musical

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George Clooney Photo
George Clooney as Dr. Gouache
Mary Kay Bergman Photo
Mary Kay Bergman as Liane Cartman / Sheila Broflovski / Sharon Marsh / Wendy Testeberger / Clitoris / Additional Voices
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Minnie Driver as Brooke Shields
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Dave Foley as The Baldwin Brothers
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693.55 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
P/S 5 / 20
1.23 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
P/S 6 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Quinoa198410 / 10

The Best Animated Comedy I've Ever Seen

South Park: Bigger, Longer and Un-cut is a great movie. Not only because the TV show (South Park) is one of the best animated shows of the 90's but also because of it's comedy, political and social satire, and though you can't see it right away, a look into censorship and what bad and good qualities it's doing to American life. And it also shows that Trey Parker and Matt Stone seem just like a bunch of comedy writers and composers, but that they could be truly freedom fighters by show-casing this film.

The story is about the four boys of South Park (Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick, and Eric Cartman) and after they go into a rated R Terrence and Phillip flick, they start to use their new founded dirty words to excessive use. Since the film is Canadian, a war breaks out between Canada and America. Kenny dies (thats not a giveaway because on the TV show Kenny dies in every episode) and winds up in hell to find Sadaam Hussein and Satan as gay lovers. Both plot sides are very hilarious (depending on if you watch the show) and it's very satirical (if you don't believe me, just look at Bill Gates getting shot in the movie).

The Movie seems quite content in it's dirty foul-ness and funny comedy musical type way to make us laugh (not that thats a bad thing),but I think that Matt and Trey are tying to tell us something with this film. It is a wakeup call to America that if censorship doesn't change soon, we might actually go to war with a country over something as arbitrary as censorship and freedom. Or... it's just a good old fashioned comedy with fart jokes, sex humor, and a Winona Ryder playing ping-pong in her private area. Of course that's just my opinion, I could be wrong. Never-the-less, this film is one of the best of the year. A++

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle7 / 10

A lot of poop jokes and some of them are hilarious

The boys go to the Canadian Terrance & Phillip movie 'Asses of Fire' and find that it's rated R. They get a homeless bum to buy the tickets. They start repeating sayings from the movie and corrupting the other kids. Sheila leads a fight and arrests Terrance & Phillip. This starts a war against Canada. Kenny falls into Hell where Saddam Hussein is Satan's pushy lover. The Mothers Against Canada even put in a V-chip in Cartman. Stan, Kyle and Cartman decide to save Terrence and Phillip before they are executed.

It's irreverent and funny. I don't get offended easily. This isn't in danger of offending me. It's a lot of crude language. Making fun of Canadians is pretty safe. Let's face it. Blame Canada is pretty catchy. In the end, this is a lot defecation jokes and some of them are actually hilarious. It's probably much funnier for fans of South Park but it's still a fun time for anybody who doesn't get offended.

Reviewed by Hitchcoc8 / 10

So Outrageous, It's Hilarious

While I've never gotten addicted to "South Park," I have watched lots of episodes and get a real kick out of it. As it is with the movie, the kids are simply moving through an existence that has been created by their short sighted and bigoted parents. When they swear, it's so natural that it almost has a poetic rhythm. If one of them feels his feeling are hurt (especially Cartman),he retaliates with a blast of profanity. In some cases, as with the "C" word, the characters don't even know what they are dealing with. They take advice as genuine and go from there. No one gets left out when it comes to a lambasting. The parents are the real nut cases. The kids are trying to find a way to get their heroes, the Canadian comedy team, off of death row where the parents and the military have put them for misleading their youth. Who's doing the misleading?

The subplot in Hell with Satan and Saddam Hussein is amazing. Satan is a really sensitive, introspective fellow, while Saddam is the nut case maniac. This, of course, is pre 9/11. In addition to the clever animation and voices, there are some great songs. "Blame Canada" is great and "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" is so over the top, it makes me giggle. Why did they pick this person as the object of the song other than for us to ask this question. I know this movie isn't for everyone (maybe most people),but if you can stand the assault, it's about as clever as anything can be.

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