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Blu-ray Review - Team America: World Police


Matt Stone and Trey Parker are fully committed to the world of "South Park," the iconic animated show they created in the 1990s. "South Park" has been exceptionally good to the men, making them a fortune and creating a legacy of up-to-the-minute production that's unrivaled, with such speed, creative autonomy, and lucrative reward understandably impossible to give up. However, when Stone and Parker elect to make movies, they do really well when manufacturing memorable entertainment, with the pair partnering on 1993's "Cannibal! The Musical," 1997's "Orgazmo," and 1998's "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut." Stepping out of the cartoon womb for a rare visit to the big screen, Stone and Parker try to make a puppet-based action extravaganza with 2004's "Team America: World Police," inhaling Jerry Bruckheimer fumes as they pants the state of the world in the early 2000s, creating their own take on "G.I. Joe," but with marionettes and a healthy disdain for Hollywood actors and North Korean dictators. "Team America: World Police" is certainly unwieldly at times, but it's impressively mounted, with the production refusing to go cheap and easy with this valentine to action cinema and screwball patriotism of the day. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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