South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. Unfortunately, at the current moment, there are no plans for a second South Park movie. Matt Stone portrays Kyle Broflovski and Kenny McCormick, as well as Saddam Hussein (even though during the end credits it says that he was voiced by himself as a joke), Terrance Henry Stoot, Big Gay Al, Jimbo Kearn, Butters Stotch, Stuart McCormick, Gerald Broflovski, Bill Gates, and additional voices. , The season one episode "Death" heavily influenced the film's screenplay. The musical numbers are brilliant - highlights include the nonsensical "What Would Brian Boitano Do" and the over the top "Up There" as sung by a lonely, homosexual Satan. All Rights Reserved.  Parker and Stone were given a signed photo of Hussein by American soldiers. The board's objections to the film were described in highly specific terms by Paramount executives in private memos circulating at Paramount. Download Subtitles. , Amidst the aftermath of Columbine in relation to the film's release, Parker was questioned whether he felt "youth culture [was] under fire", to which he commented: "[I]t’s amazingly strange, because that climate is what the movie is all about, and we wrote it more than a year ago. This is basically just an 81-minute South Park episode that was once available in theaters with more time than usual to comedically bring our attention to some random topic.  In the audio commentary on the 2009 Blu-ray reissue of the film, Stone and Parker take ample time to criticize how "bad and time consuming" the animation was during the era. I truly laughed until I cried in the cinema showing, bought the video and the soundtrack - which I never do - and have watched it several times over. The next day the film was changed to an R rating without reason, with the original film intact. All of the old favorites make at least an appearance, and two new characters are especially funny - the effeminate "braniac" Gregory and the battle-scarred "Mole".  On July 7, 1999, Parker and Stone appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien to promote the film's release. "Nothing seemed funny after that," he said.  The DVD contained three theatrical trailers for special features, which many criticized as being typical of "bare-bones" DVD releases.
Saddam successfully cows Satan once again and makes everyone bow to him as the lord of the Earth. Rudin then called a Paramount executive and, in Stone's words, "freaked out on them." "I even told him [Shaiman]. When Parker and Stone attended the 72nd Academy Awards ceremony the two wore dresses as a joke. I really was," Parker said. Parker and Stone told the studio of their dissatisfaction with the trailer, and upon the creation of a second trailer with minimal changes, the two broke the videocassette in half and sent it back in its original envelope.  IGN's Scott Lowe explained, "Although clearly aged, South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut looks great and is free of the washed out, compressed imperfections of previous standard definition releases of the film. Matt Stone portrays Kyle Broflovski and Kenny McCormick, as well as Saddam Hussein (even though during the end credits it says that he was voiced by himself as a joke), Terrance Henry Stoot, Big Gay Al, Jimbo Kearn, Butters Stotch, Stuart McCormick, Gerald Broflovski, Bill Gates, and additional voices. So when [Columbine] happened, we were like, “Wow.” What we wrote about in this movie came true in terms of people's attitudes. Unfortunately, at the current moment, there are no plans for a second South Park movie. " Paramount's first trailer for the film advertised it, according to Parker, as "the laughiest movie of the summer", and promoted it in a way that South Park "was completely against". The best thing about this brilliant South Park movie is not that it is "longer," rather the fact that it is "bigger" and so ambitious: both as an incredibly hilarious comedy and as a musical full of awesome songs, while also upping the vulgarity seen on the TV show to a f***ing eleven.  This came as a result of a movie-industry crackdown that would make it tougher for children to sneak into R-rated films, as proposed by President Bill Clinton at the time in response to the moral panic generated by the Columbine High School massacre, which occurred two months before the film's release. After Kyle's mom (a big fat bitch) overreacts to the incident and starts a war with Canada, the boys find themselves having to save the world from Satan and Saddam Hussein's impending return to Earth to plunge it in two million years of darkness.  "They wanted a Disney kind of trailer. When the United States refuses to release the duo, Canada retaliates by bombing the residence of the Baldwin brothers. Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2013. The children swear profusely in school the next day, which infuriates their teacher, Mr. Garrison, and leads to the school counselor, Mr. Mackey, and their mothers finding out. Parker said, "After about the first year of South Park, Paramount already wanted to make a South Park movie, and we sort of thought this episode would make the best model just because we liked the sort of pointing at ourselves kind of thing. "They really fought hard for and won the right to make an R-rated movie.  Censors were particularly unhappy with the use of the word "fuck" and allusions to the Ku Klux Klan. In this animated series from the creator of "The Powerpuff Girls," an odd, imaginative boy acquires superpowers after finding five cosmic rings. "They didn't blink twice because of violence.
 "It would be ironic to have to change the words in a movie about censorship," remarked Shaiman. Rudin then called a Paramount executive and, in Stone's words, "freaked out on them."  When the film was released in the United Kingdom in August 1999, there were similar reports of the film drawing an underage crowd. … It ended up with a gross of $52,037,603 in the United States and Canada, with the 3-day opening making up 22% of the final domestic gross. It's a one off.  However, there was much more discussion within the MPAA than initially reported in the media.  Licensing industry observers credited Comedy Central with carving out a profitable niche in an industry dominated by powerful partnerships that link fast-food chains and Hollywood movie studios, which was particularly tough for South Park, as no fast-food chains wanted to ally themselves with the show's racy content. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 14, 2010. The film received positive reviews from critics, with praise for its soundtrack, humor, and themes. Sheila apologizes to Kyle for not listening to him, Wendy says she does not care for Gregory and goes back to Stan, and instead of returning to Hell, Kenny ascends to Heaven due to his act of sacrifice. Michael McDonald as himself (the track "Eyes of a Child") and as Satan's high notes in "Up There", and Howard McGillin provides Gregory's singing voice in "La Resistance (Medley)". Gives Up 'Friday the 13th' Rights to Board Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar, South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today, South Park and Philosophy: Bigger, Longer, and More Penetrating, The Book of Mormon: Original Broadway Cast Recording, Warner Bros. theatrical animated features, The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=South_Park:_Bigger,_Longer_%26_Uncut&oldid=986762248, Canada–United States relations in South Park, Articles with dead external links from April 2012, Articles with dead external links from May 2016, CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Official website different in Wikidata and Wikipedia, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production, Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Feature Production, Jesse Howell, Anthony Cross-Thomas and Franchesca Clifford as, Stanley G. Sawicki as American Soldier #2, "Uncle Fucka" – Terrance (Stone) and Phillip (Parker), "Wendy's Song (There's the Girl That I Like)" – Stan Marsh (Parker), "It's Easy, MMMKay" – Mr. Mackey (Parker), Stan (Parker), Cartman (Parker), Kyle (Stone), Gregory (, "Kyle's Mom's a Bitch" – Cartman (Parker), South Park Elementary Students, "La Resistance" – Gregory (McGillin), South Park Elementary Students, Sheila Broflovski (Bergman), Soldiers (Parker and Stone), Satan (Parker), Terrance (Stone), Phillip (Parker), Stan (Parker), Kyle (Stone), Cartman (Parker), "I Can Change" – Saddam Hussein (Stone), Satan (Parker), "The Mole's Reprise" – Christophe le Mole (Parker), Kyle (Stone), This page was last edited on 2 November 2020, at 21:25. "The simplicity of Parker and Stone's technique is what makes it so effective. In addition to the trailers included on the original DVD, this release featured an audio commentary from Trey Parker and Matt Stone as well as a special "What Would Brian Boitanno Do" music video. When Parker and Stone attended the 72nd Academy Awards ceremony the two wore dresses as a joke.