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South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (30-Jun-1999)

Director: Trey Parker

Writers: Pam Brady; Trey Parker; Matt Stone

Keywords: Comedy, Musical, Canada, Scatological, Controversial, Saddam Hussein, Satan

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Kay Bergman
Actor
5-Jun-1961 11-Nov-1999 South Park
George Clooney
Actor
6-May-1961   E.R.
Stewart Copeland
Drummer
16-Jul-1952   Drummer for The Police
Minnie Driver
Actor
31-Jan-1970   Good Will Hunting
Dave Foley
Actor
4-Jan-1963   The Kids in the Hall
Isaac Hayes
Musician
20-Aug-1942 10-Aug-2008 Theme from Shaft
Eric Idle
Comic
29-Mar-1943   Monty Python
Mike Judge
Cartoonist
17-Oct-1962   Beavis and Butthead
Trey Parker
Cartoonist
19-Oct-1969   South Park
Nick Rhodes
Musician
8-Jun-1962   Keyboardist for Duran Duran
Brent Spiner
Actor
2-Feb-1949   Data on Star Trek: TNG
Matt Stone
Cartoonist
26-May-1971   South Park

REVIEWS

Review by A.R. (posted on 12-Jun-2007)

This movie is an amazing, vulgar and foul-mouthed comedy written, produced and directed by comic geniuses Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Trey does the voices of Stan and Cartman while Matt Stone does Kyle and Kenny's muffled voice and various other characters. Of course, Mike Judge, known for Beavis and Butthead, did Kenny's good-bye. But the movie starts out with a 'cheery' song and the boys go to a movie that 'warps their fragile little minds' and causes their mothers to form M.A.C. (Mothers Against Canada) to protest the Terrence and Philip movie. Then a war breaks out, turning into almost World War III, and Satan, who's having a sexual relationship with Sadaam Hussien, is waiting to take over the world. The feud between America and Canada then begins!


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