1999 animated musical movie based on the "South Park" television series

Reference

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut is a 1999 American animated musical comedy film based on the animated television series South Park, and produced, co-written by and starring its creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The film was directed and co-scored by Parker and co-written by their South Park collaborator Pam Brady, and co-starred Mary Kay Bergman, and Isaac Hayes as Chef. It features twelve songs by Parker and Marc Shaiman with additional lyrics by Stone. It was produced by Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. in association with Comedy Central. The film is largely concerned with the issues of censorship and freedom of speech. It parodies animated Disney films released during the Disney Renaissance, such as Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid as well as musicals such as the West End's Les Misérables, and satirizes the controversy surrounding the show itself. ..."

Cast and Crew

Trey ParkerStan Marsh, Eric Cartman, Satan, Randy Marsh, Mr. Garrison, Mr. Mackey, and more
Trey ParkerDirector, screenwriter

Web Pages

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999) - IMDb
"When the four boys see an R-rated movie featuring Canadians Terrance & Phillip, they are pronounced 'corrupted', and their parents pressure the United States to wage war against Canada."

Video Products

South Park - Bigger, Longer & Uncut, 23 Nov 1999
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut [Blu-ray], 13 Oct 2009

Articles

Libertarian Movies & Films: The Top 25
List of 25 films considered "best of the best", includes general description, link to longer review page, content topics and review quotes
"In the name of saving the children from obscene language, the parents of the South Park kids go to all extremes—including censorship, mind-controlling implants, executions, and finally war on Canada. ... 'While censorship is the filmmakers' main target, Parker and Stone also poo-poo Hollywood elitism, jingoism, racism, homophobia, Winona Ryder, Bill Gates and Conan O'Brien. ... It's all in good dirty fun and in service of their pro-tolerance theme.' –Washington Post"

Reviews

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)
    by Jon Osborne, Miss Liberty's Guide to Film and Video, 2001
Libertarian content: 4 (out of 5). Entertainment value: above average
"From beginning to end this film is a rebellion. It's a rebellion against governmental constraints on artistic freedom. It's a rebellion against the Motion Picture Association of America rating system (G, PG, R, etc.). And above all it's a rebellion against the whole idea that people should constantly be looking for someone else to blame for their own and their children's behavior."