South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut

MPAA Rating: R

Entertainment: +2

Content: -4

Dont let the animation fool you. SOUTH PARK is one of the vilest things to ever come out of Hollywood. In the film four boys, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman, sneak into an R-rated movie, followed eventually by their entire third grade class. The children begin to repeat the foul language and crude behavior depicted in the vulgar film. Imitating one scene in the film, Kenny accidentally lights himself on fire, dies after a botched surgery, and goes to hell. The adults in the small town are outraged and look for someone to blame for the corruption of their innocent children. They capture the actors in the film, demanding a public execution. But the third-graders come to their defense in the name of free speech. Fans of the cable show SOUTH PARK may be drawn to this irreverent and cynical spoof about the battle over perceived media censorship. But, candidly speaking, only lovers of evil could possible enjoy this film.

With a vicious adolescent rebellion, the makers of SOUTH PARK show the MPAA, the US and Canadian government, conservatives, the Church and God what they think about moral accountability. With more crudities and obscenitiesthey particularly cater to the f-wordthan could be counted, offensive words easily number into the triple digits. The screenwriters obvious deep-seated hatred for God is displayed, as Satan is called God and God is called unspeakable obscenities. We see Sadam Hussein and Satan in bed together having unconventional sex, racist comments and a spoof of Nazi death camps, and a mockery of the existence of heaven and hell. Their version of heaven is a bunch of nude women. And their version of hell is a fiery cavern of torture ruled by a sensitive and misunderstood Satan. In one of the many crude sexual scenes, a woman does a crude sexual exhibition on stage. And the boys spend much of the movie inquiring about a very private part of the female anatomy. It is not necessary nor in good taste to record any more of the abominable activity in this film. The creators of SOUTH PARK irreverently mock and grossly abuse the freedoms for which they are supposedly fighting. PREVIEW urges Christians to boycott SOUTHPARK, the film and the cable show, and voice their concerns to its distributor.

Preview Reviewer: Cliff McNeely
Distributor:
Paramount Pictures, 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038

Summary
The following categories contain objective listings of film content which contribute to the subjective numeric Content ratings posted to the left and on the Home page.

Crude Language: Many (72) times (mild 5, moderate 67)

Obscene Language: Many (167+) times (f-word 115+, s-word 29, other 23)

Profanity: Many (18+) times Regular 14+ (G, GD, Thank G, For G sake), Exclamatory 4 (Oh my G)

Violence: Severe (boy lights self on fire, bloody surgery-boy dies, people tortured in hell on racks/hung from chains, boy kicked, man jumps from building-graphic, bombs dropped, men shot in head, depiction of death camps, men in electric chairs, dogs attack boy, bloody battle-body parts detached, man impaled on spike)

Sex: Few times (deviant sexuality between man and Satan)

Nudity: Several times graphic (male rear nudity, female breast nudity-group of women, male genitals, fake detached male genitals, crude personification of private female body part)

Sexual Dialogue/Gesture: References to unconventional sex, graphic description of female cycle, pornographic website-sounds, crude sexual exhibition of woman on stage, boys repeatedly inquire about private female anatomy)

Drugs: None

Other: God/Church/afterlife/Bible prophesy mocked, traditional morality cynicism, negative view of authority, racist comments and actions, vomiting, toilet humor, challenges MPAA ratings, crude description of abortion, sympathetic view of Satan, film challenges supposed media censorship, God called obscenities, films title refers to uncircumcised male genitals, film should be NC-17

Running Time: 80 minutes
Intended Audience: Adults


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