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South Park - Bigger, Longer & Uncut

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  • South Park - Bigger, Longer & Uncut
  • Author: Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Pam Brady
  • Director: Trey Parker and Matt Stone
  • Producer: Scott Rudin, Adam Schroeder
  • Year: 1999
  • Country: USA
  • 88 minutes
  5 point scale

potty humor

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Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman sneak into an R-rated movie and it warps their fragile little minds. Soon their indignant parents declare war on Canada and our young heroes are America's last hope to stop Armageddon.

Qvamp says:

While you will be offended at parts of this movie (it's impossible to not be), anything with a singing gay Satan can't be all bad.

Actually, the music is pretty good in this, and it's done in the cut-out style of animation the weekly cartoon gives.

Rating B-
Queer Vampire Rating B
Amount of Gay Content same-sex relationship


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By: BlackMoth ( noirmoth@gmail.com )
Overall Rating: C+     Queer demon Rating: C    

South Park. What can be said that hasnt been said already. Its crude language, touchy topics, and characters had accumilated quite the following for so long. The guys behind the series decided that making a movie was probably the best idea, Thus South Park- Bigger Longer and Uncut.

The story revolves around the main 4 ( Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny),all wanting to see a Terrance and Philip movie, which happens to be rated R. The kids manage to trick their way in, and pick up on the crude offensive material from that movie. Over the next while, almost every kid in South Park has seen the movie, and been affected by the crude humor, which doesnt sit well with the parents. One Kenny based death later, involving lighting a fart, The parents decide to take action and protest against all of Canada. Meanwhile, Kenny is sent to hell, and finds out that Satan and Saddam Hussein are in a somewhat rusty relationship. Can the kids stop the protest against Canada? Can Stan win over Wendy from the new kid? Will Kyle grow a backbone and stand up to his mother?Can Kenny stop Satan and Saddam? Watch the movie and find out!

The movie itself isnt for everyone, thus the C+ rating. I personally enjoyed it for all the characters and crudeness I knew from before, however newcomers to the series ( if any) may get offended real quickly. Surprisingly enough, this movie happens to be a musical, with catchy songs. No surprise, since its by the same guys who made The Book of Mormons later on.

I place the Queer horror rating around C, mostly because of Satan and Saddam. They are indeed in a relationship, yet Satan is the one who's suffering from a overly horny Saddam.

As I mentioned before, this movie is not for everyone. If you get offended easily, I say give this a pass. If not, then be prepared to sing along with the kids in South Park- Bigger, Longer, and Uncut!



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