South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut


Our bunch of heroes from the TV show sneak in to watch a naughty Canadian film, after which they become proficient in the art of swearing. This causes considerable consternation amongst their mothers and teachers, so they persuade the US government to launch a war against Canada to punish them for making such movies. Along the way Kenny ends up in hell, where he meets the devil and his bumchum Saddam Hussein.
Animated.


80 minutes.
No persons under 13 (Language) .
Comedy, Musical

Showtimes

Are we in Canada yet?
Are we in Canada yet?

Credits

Cast
Voices of Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman, Franchesca Clifford, George Clooney, and a host of others
Director
Trey Parker
ScreenplayTrey Parker, Matt Stone, Pam Brady
MusicTrey Parker, Marc Shaiman
Sound formatsDolby Digital, DTS
Made in1999
Produced byComedy Partners, Celluloid Studios, Comedy Central

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Ratings

Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

Movies for Africa
Ian Douglas
5
Cape Argus
Adrian Monteath
10
Cape Argus
Adrin Naidu
15
The Cape Times
Julia Landau
10
The Star
Joanna Rix
14
Die Burger
Francois Smith
10
Sunday Times
Barry Ronge
10
Rapport
Paul Boekkooi
10
Beeld
Marius Jooste
1
TV3 Screenplay
Sandy Ngema
14
Box Office
L. J. Strom
15
Rough Cut
Christopher Brandon
19
Film Review
Grant Kempster
20

What the People say

Internet
6195 Netizens
16

Average .. 60%

12

Visitor Ratings

Scale (Max)20
Morgan Commins (23) 19
Martin Immelman (24) 20
Leanne Tinkler (21) 20
Andre Swanepoel 10
Lynn Evans (24) 0
Andrew Simpson 14
Clayton Petersen 16

Average .. 71%

14

Visitor Comments

Gordon Ellison: If you liked the TV series then you'll love this!

Morgan Commins (23): This movie ROCKED!!! 100% non-stop rotflol! Pure Genius.

Martin Immelman (24): Watch out heroes in action *grin*.

Leanne Tinkler (21): A bloody good laugh.

Andre Swanepoel: Nothing to write home about.

Lynn Evans (24): I would put zero for a rating on this film if I was given the choice. It is vulgar, disgusting, and an insult to human intelligence.

Andrew Simpson (17): A bit too much swearing but the story was unique and funny. Strange how the t.v. series had an age restriction of R18 which had hardly any swearing and the film which has the most swearing I've heard in a long time gets an age restriction of 13.

Clayton Petersen (28): This movie is what freedom of speech is all about, and I think if we take things less seriously, like the movie does, we will live better lives.






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