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South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Trey Parker (1999)

15 Certificate


Our Score
Trey Parker and Matt Stone's tasteless animated TV series gets the big-screen treatment in this dark, demented and deliriously funny feature-length tale. Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny go on an outing to see Terrance and Phillip's profanity-laced movie, and their resultant change in vocabulary is the catalyst for an escalating bout of moral-guardian madness, culminating in the outbreak of World War Three (well, America versus Canada). For once, here's a sharp, inventive spin-off of a TV show that doesn't pad its plot and waste its widescreen opportunities. The crude, taboo-assaulting story is enjoyably ambitious and the surprisingly tuneful songs cleverly parody everything from Disney to Les Misérables. This is bad taste at its best.


The crusading grown-ups of the Colorado town lead America into war against Canada in a bid to eradicate bad language from TV. The four young heroes set out to bring peace to the world, but have to battle a fearsome alliance between Satan and Saddam Hussein. Animated musical comedy, with the voices of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, as well as George Clooney, Eric Idle and Isaac Hayes.

Cast & Crew

Stan Marsh/Eric Cartman/Mr Garrison/O Barbrady Trey Parker
Kyle Broflovski/Kenny McCormick/Pip/Jesus/Jimbo Matt Stone
Dr Gouache George Clooney
Dr Vosknocker Eric Idle
Chef Isaac Hayes
Mrs Cartman/Sheila Broflovski/Sharon Victoria Mary Kay Bergman
Brooke Shields Minnie Driver
Conan O'Brien Brent Spiner
Director Trey Parker
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Warner Brothers Guidance: Swearing. Available on: Available on video and DVD Released on: 27 Aug 1999

Music Comedy Drama

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