South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (1999)
June 30, 1999
Rated R for strong graphic violence and sexuality, pervasive strong language and drug use
When Kenny, Kyle, Stan, and Cartman sneak into an R rated movie, all hell breaks loose. Literally. They go to see Terrance and Philip, a movie starring two Canadians who basically fart and swear at each other. After the movie, the boys head out on the town and impress the rest of the kids with their newfound language. And soon, every child has seen Terrance and Philip and every child is swearing.
The parent's quickly...
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South Park: A parent's worst nightmare. And if the TV show wasn't enough, the movie is here to displease, and it lives up to its title: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
. The movie outdoes the TV show in every way, from swearing to potty humor. It is bigger in scale, longer three fold, and definitely more uncut than the television shows. By a very long shot. Full movie review »