Bigger, Longer and Uncut
BRAVO! BRAVO! BRAVO! Well done Trey and Matt! This
movie did an ass-kicking, bang-up job of dissing and destroying everything
that is good and sacred in the cow-towing, ass-kissing, politically
correct arena called Hollywood, USA. This movie is a Laugh Fest Extravaganza,
readers! Something for everyone! There's racism, bathroom humor, lots
of swear words, sodomy, blasphemy, flatulence, homosexuality, violence,
blood, gore, dismemberment and even a guest appearance by Bill Gates--to
a helluva lot of MGM style music!
South Park had me blowing flames of laughter out my buttocks
from the time I sat down! The movie has a lot in common with the nearsighted
chick, a deep hate for the Baldwins, in what I expected to be a Baldwin-less
flick; Cartman (who is,admittedly, the spitting image of my stud-like
brother); I actually own an un-pirated version of Orgazmo
and as if all this were not odd enough-have every Isaac Hayes
album known to man kind! Don't you think it's Kismet? Although, they
did get some writing assistance from a chickbabe on this one-- a Mary
Kay Bergman (not the Mary Kay that drives a pink Cadillac
and sells eye shadow, ya know).I can't make up my mind.One of these
SP writers Trey '"Schnookie Boo" Parker or Matt "Incredibly
Hot Ass" Stone may just be the man I chose to breed
with-of course that may not be legal-I have been warned by the Federal
Government not to. They, seem to have simular papers in a black filing
Anyway, South Park Rules! From its beginning to its end,
the subtle attacks at the MPAA (Motion Picture Asses of America) are
well made.With their, "Well kids, it's O.K. to cut, maim, rip
and tear human flesh in any multitude of fashions but dear me, don't
say F%$CK, or you'll be slapped with a costly production delay, you
naughty boys!" motto. The writers also have a tons of other messages
weaved within all the humor-but you'll have to see the flick to hear
about 'em-I ain't writing a novelette here.
That aside, the plot is actually better than Austin Powers and is
an academy award winner compared to that yawn-o-rama Star Wars Episode
Prequel thingy. In a shot glass...Kyle's mom Mrs. Brovlofski, is hell
bent on stopping the moral corruption of young American minds by those
filthy-mouthed Canadians, Terrence and Phillip. How does she do it?
How else? A full scale bloody war with the Cannucks of course--that's
logical. The battle scenes are gonna make you pee, so pack some Depends™.
Actually, since the I live in Florida, we know Canadians sure can
be ugly--ever see a French Canadian in a
bathing suit? Shudder! Does no one in that country own a
full-length mirror? But evil? Even if they were evil, it'll only be
.80 on the dollar, evil. Evil lite, as it were.
Kenny leaves us shortly into the film. But he emerges as an intricate
connection between Satan, Saddam Hussein, a little French resistance
dude named, 'The Mole" and world peace--an everyday plot really.
Oh, as if all that isn't enough, you get to SEE Kenny! Yippee.
He's the cutest, dreamiest South Parker of all (<- heavy sigh.
Trey Parker as a cartoon? Hmmm.)
One particularly good subplot (and there were a few) was the relationship
between Saddam Hussein and Satan. No holes barred (so to speak) with
a non-stop barrage of homosexual scenarios that would rival a Saturday
night at the Ramrod.
Matt and Trey are the B-52 fighter pilots of comedy. Truly brilliant
minds, that uphold the first and cardinal rule of comedy: WHAT'S FUNNY
IS FUNNY. No matter whose expense it comes at. Welcome to theU.S.
of freakin A.! Freedom of speech, bay-bee.
If you're not familiar with South Park (new to Earth?) this
will be a nice ...um... introduction to these sweet young boys and
girls and their swell hometownsian folk. If you are familiar with
these little spuds- run, trample and kick-fight your way to the theater
right now and see this movie! Don't even finish the review!
Snack recommendation: Cheesy Poofs
and Jewish chocolate(what else?)
Starring: Kenny, Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Chef and the
rest of the South Park gang.
Written by: Trey Parker, Matt Stone and a Mary Kay
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