Trey Parker and Matt Stone knew what they were doing, and they went out and did it. You have to hand it to them, because whether or not you like their style, they made their dream happen..
1999), That is a good move, because they are animators, not actors. When they stick to animation, they are unbeatable. Sure enough, this film was a huge success.
The four boys question - Stan, Marsh, Kyle and his stepbrother Ike Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick - sneak into an obnoxious R-rated movie that features some Canadian performers. One might say that this is modeled after the "Jackass" phenomenon, but that came later. Thus, this film is almost prescient in seeing how low common taste and culture would sink in just a few short years. Naturally, all the parents are outraged that their innocent little darlings could be exposed to anything worse than "Bambi" or "Sleeping Beauty," so they seek their revenge against - wait for it - the Canadians!
Trey Parker and Matt Stone do most of the voices, but such was their clout after only a few years in the business that they could get George Clooney, Brent Spiner, Dave Foley, Eric Idle and Minnie Driver to do virtual cameos in this film. Saddam Hussein plays a major role in the story as Satan's handmaiden, and this was even before the second Gulf war. While Saddam may be receding into our rear-view mirrors, he wasn't when this film was made. Parker and Stone get bonus points for picking on someone who really did go ballistic only a few years later.
Below is the teaser for this film: