South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut movie review - Aussieboyreviews


It may be animated, but remember, it’s not one to take your kids to see. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut is basically an episode of South Park, but it’s bigger, longer and positively uncut.


When Stan Marsh and his eccentric friends see an R-rated movie featuring Terrence and Philip, they begin cursing frequently, leading the parents and citizens of the town to go to war with Canada, whose country they believe is to blame for their kids’ new attitudes.

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Movie details

Director: Trey Parker
Cast: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman, Isaac Hayes
Writer: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Pam Brady
Release Date (Australia): 15 July 1999
Runtime: 81 minutes/1h 21m
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Musical
Country: USA
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (MA15+)

The film contains themes of crude humour and waist, as well as comedic violence and suicide.

Violence (MA15+)

The film contains shootings, explosions, injury detail and comedic animated violence that features blood detail.

Coarse Language (MA15+)

The film contains frequent use of the words “f**k”, “s**t”, “c**k”, “ass”, “**shole”, “bitch”, “bastard”, “p***y”, “d**k”, “damn” and “hell”.

Drug Use (PG)

The film contains mild crude verbal references to drugs, “crack” and “shooting up”.

Nudity (M)

The film includes comedic animated breasts nudity.

Sex (MA15+)

The film includes crude sexual humour in the form of strong verbal and visual references to sexual acts, genitalia and masturbation.

mpaa rating

R (for pervasive vulgar language and crude sexual humor, and for some violent images)

Aussie boy's thoughts

Gathering some of the show’s cast, creators, memorable lines, and situations, all to build an 80-minute feature doesn’t make the movie anywhere near as charming, fun or entertaining as the show. If you’ve heard from anyone who’s watched it, they’ll likely describe it as a bigger, longer and uncut episode of South Park, but with so much new stuff to enjoy. Though 80 minutes of South Park elements that were awesome in the show but clichéd in the movie being covered by our favourite child characters constantly swearing doesn’t make for the best uncut edition.

South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut is directed by Trey Parker, who voice-stars in the film with Matt Stone, both of which co-wrote the screenplay with Pam Brady. When Stan Marsh and his friends go to see the R-rated ‘Terrence and Philip’ feature film, they begin swearing and their parents go to war with Canada, the country who they believe is to blame. There is extreme coarse language in this movie, with as many F words as possible thrown into every scene, and the voices of the cast, new or returning, being very good as well. As all the reviews are saying, the big new genre to crave and credit here is the music and songs, consisting of outrageous lyrics, profanity, spectacular rhyming and sweet voices you’ll want to sing along with.

But the concept of the ‘Terrence and Philip’ movie eventually leading to war and violence could’ve all been limited to a single 20-30 minute episode. This movie feels like it just drags on with no point, other than providing lots of swears and crude jokes, making it watchable at the start, but eventually quite boring. Trey Parker and Matt Stone know what they’re doing with the series and they’re doing it well, but they just don’t know how to make it into a full movie.

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