Flies in the face of good taste -- it's a sensory assault that all ends up feeling like a test of endurance, really. How much tastelessness can you endure, viewer? And yet, it addresses issues of paternal scapegoating, the MPAA's unscrupulous fuckery and xenophobia with wit and charm. UN-PC in a way so sneakily admirable it keeps you coming back.
Self-aware and hilarious in a quintessential South Park way. There were some musical numbers that weren't as good as others ("Kyle's Mom's A Bitch" is a personal favorite) but this is a very funny, entertaining, smart movie!
The songs are shockingly great, but the adolescent humor and "satire" hasn't stood the test of my maturing....maybe I should buy an album from Matt and Trey's band (although I'm not sure I want to own an album by a band called DVDA, if you know what THAT means...)
Well, it's South Park, is that enough? I guess yes, it's probably the best comedy series ever made and this is... the movie (I don't think it's as good as most of the episodes from the series, but, still, it's awesome!). It's great how they fill this with dark comedy and don't really care about bubblegum comedies, as comedies usually do, and they also fill it with cricticism, and that's why South Park is so good.