Thursday, March 10, 2011
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (1999)
"(Singing) There's a bunch of bird in the sky, and some deers just went running by. oh the snow's pure and white all the earth rich and brown. just another sunday morning in my quite mountain town."
this is one of the best comedy movies i have ever seen. it's fun, it's hilarious, the music is great. you just can't get enough of it.
Plot: after watching a Terrance and Phillip movie, all the children in South Park begin to use a lot of strong language. so all the parents in South Park begins to blame Canada (which is where Terrance and Phillip are from) for it and influence U.S.A. to declare war on Canada and it's up to our old pals, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny to stop them.
Stan Marsh: Stan is sort of the everyday guy in the group yet in my mind's eye is the one that will often have the big goal or hero call. in example here you have him leading a group of kids to stop the war against Terrance and Phillip and in the process try to win the heart of his crush Wendy despite the sad fact that he often throws up on her whenever she's near him. you just have to like him that way because he's a great character.
Kyle Broflovski: he's the the voice of reason in the group. Stan kinda is too, but Kyle is known to have a stronger voice than Stan at times. In this film he is pretty much going through the same stuff he always does throughout the movie, primarily with Cartman insulting him mom and the fact that he is a Jew.
Eric Cartman: when it comes to Cartman, if i was to ever give a basic explination of who Cartman is if i was introducing South Park to anyone either with the show or this movie, i would pretty much say that, and i quote: "Eric Cartman is the most selfish, racist, dumbest (yet sometimes clever), power/wealth hungry, cold-hearted son of a mother f*cking b*@#& ever in the history of fictional characters known to man-kind." it's funny sometimes when he is but the rest of the time you just have to hate him. you only get little tastes in this movie that he really is all that, but otherwise i'd recommend the show just to show you that he really is that.
Kenny McCormick: the saddest thing to me is that there is not a lot of Kenny in this movie. i mean yes it makes sense for him to die early in the movie but still...that's only going to happen once in this film. other than that he was just so fricking awesome in this film. and it's cool that you see his face for the first time in this movie. that's just awesome.
everyone else character wise were either shown too much or too little. but they were still fricking funny.
Comedy: this quote is the best way i can describe it.
(Stan and Kenny are going to the Terrance and Phillip movie)
Kenny's Mom: Hey were do you think you're going?
Kenny: (muffling) i'm going to the terrance and phillip movie.
Kenny's Mom: You can't, you have to go to church.
Kenny's Mom: Oh fine then, go and miss church. and when you die and go to Hell, you can answer to SATAN!!!
Kenny: ...Okay. (walks off)
Music: they just had very fun songs. Quiet Mountain Town, uncle f*cker, blame canada, what would Brian Boitano, Kyle's mom is a big fat B(@*#. i could go on.
so that's pretty much my review for South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. if you want to see an animated movie with strong language, great music, and some hilarious comedy, this is the movie for you.