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This movie kicks ^&%!!!

This 4th of July weekend, I took refuge in a nice air-conditioned theater from the God-d$#?>! burning sun (which scorched my $*@ something awful) and saw the animated musical, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.

It was pretty +^%!ing funny. It is everything the TV show is and more. If you're a fan of the show, you will not want to miss this. If you are not a fan of the show, you may still want to see it, because it is funnier than an anal probe.

Here's the story. The four kids from South Park, curiously flower-mouthed at the beginning, sneak into an R-rated film starring Terrence and Philip, and start cussing. The parents get upset and, since the film's stars are Canadian, convince the United States to declare war on Canada. Meanwhile, Kenny gets killed early on, goes to hell, and Satan and Saddam Hussien do some interesting things down there involving a king sized bed, a rainbow bumper sticker, and a big can 'o lube. It's a musical.

Got it?

Actually, it's an excuse for the creators of South Park ^÷ Trey Parker and Matt Stone ^÷ to make one of the most brilliantly risky movies you'll see this summer. This film has more of a message than any !$%#$@ ?*$^ing film starring Will Smith or Adam Sandler.

And the kids do a lot of cussing.

So don't bring YOUR kids.

I'm serious. It may be a cartoon and a musical, but it is rated R for a reason. Even the soundtrack is not for kids. With songs like "Uncle %$#+er" and "Kyle's Mom is a Big Fat %*#$!", this is not exactly Disney.

But believe me, is it $%*^ing funny!

It's funnier than a rim *$# from a midget. Funnier than a cow's $(!?s being stapled to its ^+*!$?!. Funnier than watching Big Gay Al $*!@ his $*+!!$# *$?$?%*!

It's that funny.

There are all sorts of celebrities who show up to lend a voice to the film, from Dave Foley to Minnie Driver to George Clooney (who gets to be more than just a gay dog this time.) But most of the voices are Matt and Trey. And they are *~#$^!@ excellent.

But what really hits you about this flick are the risks it takes. If you want to be offended, you will be. Make no mistake about it, there is nothing sacred in South Park. From Stan's hunt for the female body-part which rhymes with Dolores to the Canadian ^—camps' to Operation Human Shield, there's a little something to offend everyone.

They even make fun of Star Wars.

Sure, there are plenty of fart jokes. Lots of vomiting. And, of course, more swearing than you usually see from construction paper people. But the heart of this movie is an attack upon the $#!~*+-up values of our culture. God bless them.

Plus it's funnier than a %$!#*$'s ^+~#@!

I'm giving South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut 4 Babylons. You'll go, you'll laugh, you'll wonder why you're laughing, you won't care, you'll laugh some more.


Editor's Note:

The SMC should be more worried about how this movie affected HIM, not the youth of America. You should have SEEN this review before I got my hands on it. What an asshole.


South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
Rated: R
Directed By: Trey Parker
Starring: Stan Marsh, Kyle Broslovsky, Eric Cartman, Kenny McCormick, Saddam Hussein, Brooke Shields, Bill Gates, and Satan.

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