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South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut (1999)

NOTE: This commentary is only available on the Blu-Ray edition.

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Screenwriters/directors/voice actors Trey Parker and Matt Stone Rating:6.0/10 (3 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by thatoneguy395 on November 10th, 2009:Find all reviews by thatoneguy395
I was excited to see this commentary by these two after having enjoyed their previous commentaries for their other films. However, they don't remember much about making this film, and they don't seem to care either. I can only hope that if they do a commentary for Team America: World Police, it will be better than this.
Reviewed by badge on February 23rd, 2010:Find all reviews by badge
As one would expect, the creators of SOUTH PARK deliver an entertaining commentary, but if you're a "purist" looking for a scene-specific dissection of the film, forget it. Instead, the commentary turns out to be a general reminiscence as Parker and Stone try to remember the film amongst the 150 episodes of the TV Show that they've produced since. Finally, admitting that they're running dry, they start canvassing other people currently in the building, and putting them in front of the microphone to add whatever comments or ideas they can. Yes, the language they use is R-rated but then, like the movie itself, the commentary would only be half as funny without it.
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on April 28th, 2015:Find all reviews by Hungry Baz
They run out of steam after 30 minutes and bring in special guests like Bill Hader, the guy who voiced Token and some of the sound people.

They have a few interesting things to say such as Trey meeting Brooke Shields and she said to him "I've always wanted to meet you!" and Trey, for some reason, said to her "I guess that means you're an asshole," which caused Brooke to go away.

Trey said that J-Lo pushed him (in a very angry way). Trey said that she was working on a movie and crew members have seen the Ben and J-Lo episode and where walking past her saying "I like taco."

They also get shocked when they see Big Gay Al's dick. "I forgot about that."

Bill said that when he went to see it at the cinema, a woman brought her kids in to see it.

It's okay, worth watching once.