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South Park is one of the most iconic animated TV shows after The Simpsons. This is a short, well crafted documentary on that show, and it is a must see for fans. We get to see how Matt Stone and Trey Parker come with ideas and write each episode in a very tight deadline. The documentary chronicles the making of the Humancentipad, a truly demented and hilarious episode that is a favorite among fans. The process that Stone and Parker undertake is interesting and very funny, especially when you see them record the voices of the characters. The film is great for fans, but I felt it could have been longer, as the show is now a big part of our culture. Fans of South Park will love it for sure, and it is a funny, interesting but not quite in depth documentary. Of course it's good, but it had the potential in being much better as well. This one really gives you the back story of the show, and how it's created, however it could have been longer. As it stands this is a good little documentary that is very funny and never boring. For its short run time, it does what it's supposed to do, but the show does deserve a more in depth documentary as it is now a part of our popular culture. With that being said, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have created a great show and this is a fine little flick that although short, is highly entertaining.
It wasn't fantastic, but it was really cool to see how a show comes together in such a short time and then also to watch that episode right away. I also enjoyed some of the history about South Park.
Great short documentary on how the South Park crew pull off an episode minutes before a deadline. The insight on their process of brainstorming, writing, voice acting, and animation are quite interesting. While making the episode they undergo a lot of stress and time constraints, the team manages to have a lot of laughs, and produce one of my favourite episodes.
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