South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999)
USA / English
"Warning: This movie will warp your fragile little minds. "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.
Great movie, not for everyone. esp. kids
I saw this movie and laughed and laughed and laughed. I was shocked and
offended. It was one of the bravest movies of the year, nevertheless
decade, or history. It was definitely bigger and longer. It certainly
seemed uncut, even though it wasn't. See June 29 studio brief. It was
Plot: The movie had a great plot. I won't give it all away, but it is
definitely big. It starts with Stan, Cartman, Kyle, Kenny, and Kyle's
little brother sneaking into the Terrance Phillip movie, "A**es of Fire,"
which has been rated R. They learn all kinds of swear words and use them
all times. The rest of South Park kids see it also, and by the next
day, the parents find out and totally hate the movie. They form a group
against the movie. It goes out from there. There is also a plot with
going to hell, and finding Saddam Hussein and Satan in love. Saddam is a
hornball. And Satan regrets the whole relationship.
Crudity: Definitely for adults only. It probably has the most swear
than any other movie this year. It has cartoon nudity. It has breasts
wriggling penises. All cartoon, of course. It has violence galore by the
end. Do not take your kids to see this, or be prepared to feel
uncomfortable. All theaters must enforce the carding laws for this one.
However, if none of this will offend you to the point of hatred, do not
this. It also has racism, sexism, and offends every group out there from
the Gays to the MPAA to the parents.
As a whole: The funniest movie so far of 1999. I laughed so hard. I
it only mildly offensive personally, but then I also love the movie "Pink
Flamingos." I cannot recommend this movie to everyone. I can recommend
to those who are not offended easily. This does not include the people
feel brave because they survived "There's Something About Mary." Parents
will not like this movie unless they are completely open-minded, and I
recommend not seeing it with your children. However, it is wonderful. I
loved the musical format that they chose. Everywhere there is a song.
stay past the credits, there is an after-scene. It is trying to be a
Flamingos." I love it but can only recommend it to the group from 17-30,
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