Director: Trey Parker
Cast: Matt Stone, Trey Parker
Rated R: graphic crude and sexual behavior, violent images and strong language -- all involving
Running Time- 105 min.
Stepping out of the world of television cartoon humor, Matt and Trey portray their interpretations
of real-life politics. With their witty usage of marionetts and controversially charged themes, the pair defile the innocent
and take a stab at Alec Baldwin and his crew of F.A.G.s.
Opening with a band of terrorists using Paris as their warzone, Team America drops in to save the
day, leaving rubble and debri behind them. The fighting talent during this first part of the film exeeds the scenes like in
the Matrix, and all of Jackie Chan's movies. In actuality they use a funny display of the pupets' limits after the musical
The recruiting of a broadway singer leads Team America to plan a final lockout of any and all terrorist
networks, which backfires. The crappy make-up and uncoordinated infiltration attempts leads the team to confront the N. Korean
ruler Kim Jong ill(spelling?).
In all the movie is politically hilarious and gives another view of the world as the insane
pair see it. A must see comedy no matter your opinion. It's just freakin funny!!
-Funny depiction of leaving a bar drunk.
-Politics broken down into comedy.
- Sometimes too much attempted humor, or over the edge
- Too preachy on one side of politics.
It was funny the first time, a little too much though. I geuss its just not one of those movies that
appeal to me. The stuff that evryone was laughing at was just not that funny. People would be near tears and I would just
say, "Ehh it was kinda funny." I give it a 6/10.