A happy surprise!
While there aren't more than a handful of gut-busting, laugh-aloud moments, there is enough sly, slick humor to keep the average viewer chuckling throughout. full review
It's without any redeeming social value whatsoever. And it's funny from beginning to end. full review
Profane, blasphemous and absolutely hilarious, Bigger, Longer & Uncut is easily the funniest of all the high-profile comedies released this year!
Even clean-thinking people may be tempted to admit that the thing is shamelessly, raucously hilarious!
South Park has a gag-to-laugh ratio even higher than the new Austin Powers. full review
The quite clever satirical moments in this crudely animated filth fest, though, are not remotely worth being dragged through the cinematic sewer.
Certain, probably arrested, personalities (like mine) just find this kind of sh*t pretty funny and any attempt to talk your way around that is, as Cartman would say, blowing bubbles out your *ss. full review
Although some will see this rude, crude comedy as the work of Satan himself, others will see the sharp, wildly funny social satire behind the profanity and potty jokes. full review
Parker and Stone are madly inventive when it comes to details. full review
After Big Daddy, it's almost heartening to see a movie that's not afraid to be upfront about its coarseness, one that doesn't smother its very reason for being with hypocritical sentimentality.
Tasteless, scatalogical and very funny!
The year's most slashing political commentary is not in the new films by Oliver Stone, David Lynch or John Sayles, but in an animated comedy about obscenity. full review
In terms of raw wit and fearless satire, the South Park kids put Mike Myers and Adam Sandler to shame.