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I'm not the audience for this since I don't really like this show. It's got a handful of decent gags that it just repeats in every single episode. Hey ... surprise ... they're in the film too. Ha ha ha ha ... if it was funny once, it'll definitely be funny 1000 times. That's not all though ... there's extremely simple and obvious political commentary. The music is where this really does shine. A solid C+ for including some great music.
Like the Simpsons movie, feels like an overly long episode which plays as an advantage. However, like the Simpsons movie there is no 'wow' factor about this film that makes it worth the extended run time.
"South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut" may be far more offensive the the show, but it is one of the best comedies I have ever seen, with the side of one of the greatest musicals ever. It is worth seeing if you are a South Park fan.
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut is a glorious achievement as the film that never disappointed as is mostly the case with TV-to-film adaptations. The characters are all memorable and superbly utilized here and the story is very well crafted and naturally thematically rich and sophisticated, but the humor is fantastic as it is funny from start to finish with a great joke after joke and many instantly recognizable lines and moments. It also succeeds as a musical with many great songs with the highlight being Up There which is a great parody of Disney music. Whether as a musical or as a comedy, you can't deny its greatness.
"South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut" is profane, insane and deliciously politically incorrect. Filled with laugh-out-loud moments and spot-on sociopolitical commentary, it's entertaining and thought-provoking at the same time. Of course not all jokes or songs are as good but what the hell.
Just re watched this movie. I haven't seen it since I was a kid. And honestly back then I didn't realize how much work went into this movie. While it looks the similar as the tv series, for most of the part, everything else feels like a feature film. It's funny and crude, just as the TV series. Kinda makes me wish they make another one.