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Team America: World Police (2004)
the greatest American comedy of the 21st century
Don't complain. If there's a better American film comedy in the next 95 years, Parker (and Stone, who doesn't contribute anywhere damn near enough to the team)will provide it. What do you think beats it for tear-inducing laughs (as embarrassing as they can be). Sideways? Some Adam Sandler piece of crap? Something where Ben Stiller gets his nuts caught in a meat grinder (trust me, that's coming)? No, only the inspired genius of the South Park creators can make the world laugh, and cringe, and puke while laughing and cringe while puking. And laugh and laugh. And, you have to remember (and this is important) -- this work of cinematic brilliance came out of a Parker and Stone half-assed stray thought about Bruckheimer movies -- think what they could produce if they ever got off their rich lazy asses and actually tried to make something good! Oh, and BTW, Trey is the best song parodist in the last thirty years.
Not as bad as you think
But, yes bad. The writer-producers were initially promised they'd have either A: Japanese monster footage from Tsuburaya,or B: A reasonable American alternative. They got C: crap. When you get crap, you make the best of it, which they did. Was it a parody? Mr. Fisher and Mr. Staahl came from Chicago's Second City, so you make the judgment. Made the judgment yet? It was a joke. It would have been a more successful joke if the shows had more than a ten cent budget, but everyone did the best they could. And if it hadn't been at least a slightly memorable joke, you wouldn't be reading this now, would you? Personally, I think David Lander's portrayal of Lechner totally rocks. Well, rocks a bit.