South Park - Bigger, Longer and Uncut details
|Starring:||Mary Kay B, George Clooney, Francesca Clifford, Isaac Hayes, Trey Parker, Minnie Driver, Matt Stone, Eric Idle, Mary Kay Bergman, Francesca|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
|Collections:||February Picks, Funny Films, Lewd & Crude, Lewd and Crude|
South Park - Bigger, Longer and Uncut
|Run time:||1 hour 18 minutes|
|Rental release:||27 Mar 2000|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, English, Romanian|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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That movie has warped my fragile little mind.By JediSi (301 reviews) from Kent , 25 Sep 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]If you're not a fan of non-stop swearing, crude humour, musicals, satire, violence, or just South Park in general then don't watch this. Trey Parker and Matt Stone hold nothing back during this movie. Everything they can't get away with on television they do so with Bigger, Longer, and Uncut. From the intro song (Small Mountain Town) to the money number (Uncle ******, which you will find yourself singing in the shower), this is a musical top to bottom.
The movie kicks off with the kids going to see the Terrance and Phillip movie where they hear so many bad words they become corrupted and begin to use them in their every day lives. Kyle's mum is so outraged by this film that she, along with the rest of South Park, manage to get the United States to go to war with Canada for sending the Terrance and Phillip movie to America. Stan, Kyle, and Cartman form a resistance group to fight their parents and the war.
This movie is so great it's hard not to love it, especially since it made the Book of World Records for 399 swear words and 128 offensive gestures. Parker and Stone out-did themselves with this movie. You'll laugh until you hurt.
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The best cartoon movie ever made.By Biffy92 (2 reviews) from Cardiff , 24 Apr 2009End of. Amazing film.
RidiculousBy GammaPulsar (40 reviews) from London , 08 Apr 2009There is no other word for it. However, its absurdity is its best quality. I have never seen (nor expected to see) a movie that makes fairly logical links between swearing 8 year olds, satan and global terror... you have to see it to believe it.
You have to be a fanBy a customer from Henley-On-Thames , 06 Jan 2009
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideFrankly, I was trying to understand this phenomenon -- I didn't succeed. You either like this genre -- or you don't. I didn't. Not for me --- but at least I knew early on -- so no time wasted
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MehBy a customer from Sheffield , 14 Dec 2008I quite liked this but still didn't give off that great south park 'hide your face in shame' moments but with a weird and wonderful story line and some good songs for die hard fans, worth a watch
HilariousBy a customer from Pitlochry, Scotland , 07 Dec 2008Mr. Garrison: Eric, did you just say the F-word?
If you are non-Christian and non-white (or a Baldwin) then this film may offend.
Actually, if you're white and Christian this film may STILL offend.
Yes, it may have the most F-words in cinema history but don't let that put you off.
If you are easily offended, let THAT put you off.
Otherwise this is a great film with, surprisingly, a serious message.
The gags come thick and fast along with award winning (and Oscar nominated) catchy songs.
A future classic comedy.