South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 21 mins

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Laden with laughs, this offbeat parody sparks off when four boys in South Park Stan Marsh, Kyle and his stepbrother Ike Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick see an R-rated movie featuring Canadians "Terrance & Phillip: Asses of Fire", they are pronounced "corrupted", and Kyle's mom Sheila with the rest of the parents pressure the United States to wage war against Canada for World War 3! Now it is all up to Stan, Kyle and Cartman to save Terrence and Phillip before Satan and his lover Saddam Hussein from Hell rules the world, with a clear intention to destroy the world as we know it. Will the youngsters succeed in restoring world order?
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Cast: Deb Adair, Trey Parker

Crew: Trey Parker (Director), Marc Shaiman (Music Director)

Genres: Animation, Comedy, Musical

Release Dates: 30 Jun 1999 (India)

Tagline: It's not just another day in the park.

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Did you know? Parker and Stone did not need to get Brian Boitano's permission to use his name and likeness for the song "What Would Brian Boitano Do?". A few years later, Boitano DID need to get (and received) Parker and Stone's permission to use the phrase on T-shirts that he sold for charity. Read More
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It's not just another day in the park.
Uh-Oh, The Critics Love It!
Warning: This movie will warp your fragile little minds.
All Hell Breaks Loose
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The night of the La Resistance meeting, before Kenny appears as a ghost, Cartman can be seen loading a mirror and a rope into his backpack. These are items that The Mole requested they bring for the rescue operation. Only at this point in the movie, they hadn't met The Mole yet.

Audio/Video Mismatch
During the La Resistance towards the climax of the song when the soldiers can be seen singing "Tomorrow night!" on a four-way split screen, the lip-sync doesn't match for the first "Tomorrow night!" and on the third one the mouths don't open at all.

Audio/Video Mismatch
When Ike starts to play his harmonica, music starts playing before he has the harmonica at his mouth.

Character Error
In the song "It's Easy, Mmmkay", Mr. Mackey tells the children "With bitch drop the t 'cause 'bich' is Latin for generosity". Actually, there's no such word as 'bich' in the Latin language (the most common translation of generosity is 'magnanimitas').

Character Error
Sheila states that she is placing Terrance and Philip under a citizens arrest, but then produces a court order for their arrest. A court order indicates government authorization of such an action, making it not a citizens arrest.

Character Error
During the video from the Whitehouse, the President is talking about the horrific bombing of the Baldwins at 5am that morning. The scene a few seconds earlier depicts Canada bombing the Baldwins. They are by the pool talking on the phone and it is day outside. There would be no way that the bombing happened at 5 in the morning, before daylight.

When Terrance and Phillip are strapped in the electric chairs, Terrance is on the left. When the Mole is trying to rescue them Terrance is now on the right.
To date, this film is the highest grossing animated film with an R rating. [2009]

Paramount originally asked Trey Parker and Matt Stone if they could make a PG-13 rated film. They said no and would not agree to make a movie until the studio agreed that the final product would be rated R.

In Guinness World Records 2001, this film was said to have the most profanity used in an animated film. The book cited a total of 399 swear words, including 146 uses of the word "fuck", along with 199 offensive gestures and 221 acts of violence.

This film marked the first time in the entire series that Kenny is seen without his hood on.

In the film This Film Is Not Yet Rated (2006), Matt Stone claims that the original idea for Cartman's mom's Internet video was of her having sex with a horse (but the act wouldn't be seen on screen). The MPAA would not allow this because of bestiality, despite the fact the at one point in the movie, a picture of a man having sex with a horse is seen (when Dr. Vosknocker is trying to get Cartman attempt to swear and one of his flash cards is "horse fucker"). So Stone and Trey Parker decided to make the Internet video of a German guy defecating on Cartman's mom, and the MPAA approved it.

The song, Blame Canada, was nominated for an Academy Award for best original song. Unfortunatley, the song lost to Phil Collins' You'll Be In My Heart from the movie Tarzan. In return, Matt Stone and Trey Parker ridiculed Collins in the fourth season of South Park.

In the credits, both Saddam Hussein (Matt Stone) and Satan (Trey Parker) are listed as playing themselves.

Trey Parker has stated that he is a fan of the musical Les Misérables. The song "La Resistance" from South Park, Bigger Longer Uncut, is based on the Les Misérables song "One Day More".

Parker, Stone, and fans in general often joke that a majority of the people who saw this film were under 17, and got in by buying tickets to the PG-13 rated Will Smith flop Wild Wild West (1999), the urban legend became so popular in 1999 that the show would spoof the controversy in an episode of the show.

When the children are in rehab, a poster in the back of Mr. Mackey's room reads: "Get High!!! On Pottery", a quote from a high school teacher of Matt Stone's. Original quote: "Son, you need to know not to use pot as a natural high. Instead of getting high with pot, get high with pottery."

Parker and Stone did not need to get Brian Boitano's permission to use his name and likeness for the song "What Would Brian Boitano Do?". A few years later, Boitano DID need to get (and received) Parker and Stone's permission to use the phrase on T-shirts that he sold for charity.

James Hetfield of Metallica sings "Hell Isn't Good".

In the shot of the United Nations Headquarters, the flags waving in front of the embassy include a rainbow flag and a pirate flag.

The original trailer which took jabs at Walt Disney and animation in general was so hated by Parker and Stone that they called it "everything we didn't want the film to be" and Trey Parker was so upset he dismantled the videotape of the trailer and threw in the trunk of his car, then told the Production crew in anger to "do it again"

During the scene where South Park residents are burning everything Canadian, the soldiers in the background are named 'Wright' 'Floyd' and 'Mason', referencing drummer Nick Mason and keyboardist Richard Wright, both of the band Pink Floyd.

Trey Parker and Matt Stone watched the second time in 2009 for a commentary track for the Blu-Ray release and both admitted to having no recollection of making the film due to their busy schedule.

When the boys are watching the video of Cartman's mom on the Internet, the button that would normally say "stop" on the Netscape toolbar has been replaced with an obscene drawing and labeled "Sphincter".

Despite a popular urban legend this film was NEVER banned in Iraq. Due to its controversial content the distributors never attempted to distribute it in Iraq.

In the German dub of the film, Mrs. Cartman's German partner in the dubious video that the boys watch on the Internet is actually British.

The song "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" is a reference to the original Christmas Card "The Spirit of Christmas" which was the inspiration for the South Park (1997) series. In the short, Stan asks Cartman, "What would Brian Boitano do?" when Jesus is fighting Santa.

The pianist in the song "Super" is modeled after Marc Shaiman the composer of the film.

It's a widely reported myth that the original title of the film was "South Park: All Hell Breaks Loose" and the MPAA forced Trey Parker and Matt Stone to change the title, stating that all movie titles must be G-rated (despite the fact that there are many movies with the word "hell" in them - Hellraiser (1987), Hellfighters (1968), From Hell (2001), etc.). The story comes directly from Parker and Stone who claim that they submitted the film with the original title and were forced to change it. Richard Taylor, a spokesman for the MPAA, denies that any film was ever submitted with that title and that the MPAA did not reject the use of the word "hell" in the title.

According to a pie chart, the entire Canadian economy is based on Terrance and Philip, the snow ball machine, the tourist industry, the log industry, the porn industry, the "Dion Fish" industry, and filming The X-Files (1993).

During the "La Resistance" scene, the map of the camp that's holding Terrance and Phillip is the same used for the hospital in the episode "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut (2)"

This film was a joint production of Paramount and Warner Bros. because Comedy Central, the network behind the parent series, was at the time a joint venture of the studios' respective parent companies, Viacom and Time Warner. Though the former now fully owns Comedy Central, its purchase of Time Warner's share in 2003 did not include WB's ownership share in the film. In fact, until 2013, WB retained the rights to co-produce any sequels to this film with Paramount, giving up these rights in order to co-produce "Interstellar". This film stood as the most successful Paramount/WB co-production for nine years.

On the emergency room's doctor-schedule sign, Dr. Churnsky's duty is to "disembowel Kenny."

When Bill Clinton signs the declaration of war, the other piece of paper on his desk describes types of cigars.

Chris Rock cites this film as the funniest movie he has ever seen.

Cartman calls "The Mole" (the French boy) British. On the TV show, he called Pip (the English boy) French.

Tweek (The blonde kid with the messy hair who's always shaking) is the only regular character from the show up to this point who doesn't appear at all.

The last 2D animated film ever released by paramount until _SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004)_.

In the short segment of soldiers marching to the U.S.O. show while singing a cadence song, Jesus Christ appears in the ranks for a moment before the scene transition to Kyle hiding Ike away in the attic.

In 2006, it was voted 5 in the 50th greatest comedy films on Channel 4.

When Sheila Broflofski holds up the newspaper article about Terrance and Phillip being on the Conan O'Brien show, there are other headlines, including "It's Raining Frogs!", "Christians Agree: Guns Are Nifty", and "Poop Ruled Edible".

Some rumors claim that the U.S. Marines guarding the real-life Saddam Hussein forced him to watch this movie over and over again.

The picture hanging above Satan's bed is of actor Skeet Ulrich.

The ending of the song "Uncle Fucka" (sung by Terrance and Philip in the movie-within-a-movie) makes reference to the famous title song from Oklahoma! (1955), in which the title of the song is spelled out letter by letter.