Sight and Sound - 09/??/1999
"...To all intents and purposes, this film is a musical, and a damn good one at that..."
Rolling Stone - 08/05/1999
"...A subversive, sensationally funny wake-up call..."
Entertainment Weekly - 11/26/1999
"...A hilariously smutty send-up....If the Marx Brothers were alive, this is what they'd be doing..." -- Rating: A
New York Times - 06/30/1999
Box Office - 09/01/1999
"..An unflagging, exultant piece of entertainment....Truly a spectacle for the big screen, bursting with genuinely tuneful songs, towering 'production numbers', and some ambitious imagery..." -- 4 out of 5 stars
USA Today - 06/30/1999
"...It's almost heartening to see a movie that's not afraid to be upfront about its coarseness..."
Los Angeles Times - 06/30/1999
"...So gleefully vulgar, so eagerly offensive, it's tough not to get down on all fours and beg for more....It is smart. And neither its timing nor its attitude could be better..."
The now-legendary animated series makes a big-screen splash with a feature-length film that features the same crude animation but now has the license to be as rude as it wants to be. Keep the kids away and enjoy the episode of SOUTH PARK you always hoped you'd see. Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman sneak into the R-rated Terrence and Philip movie, and before you know it, their angry parents have declared a war on Canada. A musical in disguise, the film features many memorable songs as well as a touching relationship between Saddam Hussein and Satan himself. The showstopping tune "Blame Canada!" was nominated for a 1999 Academy Award for Best Song.