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South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

It’s not just another day in the park. 

Year: 1999 
Running Time:
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 (XWide) 
Certificate: BBFC 15 Cert – Not suitable for under 15s 
Subtitles: This film is not expected to be subtitled, though this cannot be guaranteed. 
Directed by Trey Parker 
Starring: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Mary Kay Bergman, Isaac Hayes  
An image from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Whether you’re a fan of the television show or not, it is hard to deny the impact South Park has had in the world of animated comedy. Skewering and satirising religion, politics, celebrities, popular culture and more, no one is safe from the razor sharp cultural commentary of the show’s creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. That is why it is great to see Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman being ruder, cruder, and funnier than ever in their big screen debut.

When the quartet of third graders go to see the Terrance and Phillip Movie, their already impressively profane vocabulary becomes ever more imaginative, sparking outcry in their little redneck mountain town. A series of outrageous events and sacrilegious songs follow in what is one of the funniest musicals you’ll ever see. With an undercurrent of political satire so bold and brash that you might miss the subtler nuances, and a mammoth amount of quotable lines that are, of course, all too rude to be listed here, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut is as enjoyable as it is shocking.

Luke Woellhaf


South Park is the 2-D cartoon, featuring the foulest mouthed children on earth. Here we have a full length feature animation, of the popular cartoon. It is exactly what is says it, it’s bigger, longer and uncut.

Terrence and Phillip have just released a film, which Eric, Stan, Kenny and Cartman just have to go see. They emerge from it even more foul-mouthed than before (is that possible?), causing all manner of chaos in school, and resulting in Cartman being fitted with a V-chip - which will curb his swearing by giving him an electric shock each time he swears.

Kenny has, in true south park style died, and is in hell with lovers Sadam Hussein and Satan, who plan to take over the world - How will Kenny and the lads save the day?

If you like south park you will love this film, if you don’t like south park you’ll probably love this film - I did, I found south park so unfunny it was comical yet I went to see it and spent pretty much the entirety of the film rolling on the floor with laughter. The film is in places quite blatantly ripping the piss out of Disney, which is funny - I mean Satan singing a ballad about little bunnies and flowers, you just gotta love it.

One thing this film is not one to see if you are easily offended as it clocked up the most swear words in a film ever, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Kirsty Stokes

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Screenings of this film:

1999/2000 Spring Term (35mm)
1999/2000 Spring Term (35mm)