Team America: World Police Reviews
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have completely mastered this kind of satire. This go around, the South Park creating duo tackle big budget action blockbuster movies and right-wing politics and foreign policy (with heavy emphasis on the W. Bush campaign), and it's just as humorous as you'd expect. Characters bicker about their love triangles amidst giant action setpieces, casually blow up landmarks, and even engage in musical numbers. The puppetry lends to a lot of humor on its own, as the characters are awkwardly paraded around their locations in the silliest way possible; the scenes where two characters have to fight are even better. Some of the jokes start to wear thin and ride the line of juvenility: as funny as the celebrity cameos are (MATT DAMON!), the Film Actors Guild joke (think about it) isn't quite as funny as it should be. For the most part though, all of these jokes work well, and are likely to get audible laughter out of its target demographic.
It's a dumb film in the best way possible. If you're looking for raunchy satire and lots of laughs, look no further. Parker and Stone have delivered yet again.
Saw this on 1/2/16
Rather than focusing it's satire of America's foreign policies (like how it's title suggests), the film is too busy trying to riddicule Hollywood styles of excessive violence. However, there are quite a lot of great jokes, most of which are purely sexual. However, you would also have to bear with a lot of bad jokes here and there. It would have been terrific had the film tried a bit more to ridicule the American politics than trying to give too much focus on criticizing Hollywood cliches.