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South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut (1999)

South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut (1999)


Starring the voices of
Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Mary Kay Bergman
Isaac Hayes

Directed by Trey Parker

There is always that time when there is a movie that breaks the norm and does something totally out of place and makes it almost impossible not to have some controversy following it. South Park has always been the series that does that and making an animated movie of South Park there was nothing much we could expect, but for the guys to continue their winning formula.

This animation had the devil and Saddam Hussein in some sort of partnering, we had bad parenting being displayed like the norm and we had a child going about looking for the clit.

There is a part in the movie that is almost futuristic as we see something that is very prevalent today, which is over reaction to something we do not like on TV and wanting that show shutdown.
This animation parody everything from Disney movies with their morals, every musical film that is meant to inspire and social norms.

The plot of this adult themed animated musical comedy film is based on the Comedy Central animated television series South Park. Where we have the four children making the show worth seeing, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman.

There is a new TV show making raves in South Park and it is made in Canada by Canadian comedy duo Terrance and Phillip. Their kind of comedy is filled with cursing, farting and it is very R-rated. The duo made a movie based on their show and called it Asses of Fire. Our four Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman went to see this movie and went home filled with R-rated mouths which angered their parents.

Now the mothers bring the whole country together to go after these people corrupting their children. They also take this a step further, instead of focusing on the comedy duo they decided to expand their blame game and blame Canada.

Where does the Devil and Saddam Hussein play a part in all this, well you will have to see the movie to find out.

The movie was a mild box-office success, but it was critically accepted as a movie worth seeing back in the 90s. I was younger then, so I managed to see this movie back then by sneaking off to a friends place. The movie is written and directed by the creators of the South Park series Trey Parker and Matt Stone

I know the possibility that you have not seen or heard about this movie is very low, yet this is a movie you can watch now and still laugh at the jokes and the antics the children were getting to.


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