Popular Broadway actor Gary Johnston is recruited by the elite counter-terrorism organization Team America: World Police. As the world begins to crumble around him, he must battle with terrorists, celebrities and falling in love.
Two losers from Milwaukee, Coop & Remer, invent a new game playing basketball, using baseball rules. When the game becomes a huge success, they, along with a billionaire's help, form the Professional Baseketball League where everyone gets the same pay and no team can change cities. Coop & Remer's team, the Milwaukee Beers is the only team standing in the way of major rule changes that the owner of the Dallas Felons wants to institute.Written by
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Trey Parker and Matt Stone agreed to do this film under the assumption by the time filming began, South Park (1997) would have already been canceled. It wasn't, and having been committed to both projects, had to attend principal photography for this project during the day and produce South Park (1997) during the night, leaving very little time for any sleep. See more »
When Ted Denslow introduces himself to Coop and Remer, before he says "Gentlemen", you see his lips say "Excuse me", though you don't hear him say anything. See more »
The police have pieced together numerous theories on Coop's whereabouts.
Douglas "Swish" Reemer:
I have no fucking clue where the hell he is. For all I care he could be hanging by his neck in his fucking closet!
Scenario One: He's hanging by his neck in his fucking closet.
You want to know where Coop is? Just look for the most heinous, vile, and horrible exploitation of children on the planet.
Scenario Two: Coop went to Disney World.
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After the credits have finished there is a scene where the Bob Costas and Al Michaels have a conversation consisting only of "dude", a la the make up scene between Parker and Stone. This ends with Al Michaels turning to the screen and pulling down a screen before what one would expect to be a kiss like Parker and Stone earlier in the film... See more »
The VHS release features outtakes over the end credits; which are not on the DVD release. See more »
I've heard so many critics and average joes ripping into this flick like it was the first sign hailing the antichrist. The movie is simple, yes, but damn funny. Maybe I'm just not caught up in my own pretense to enjoy a simple movie. Yes, there are times when I crave something more sophisticated, but this movie still has my friends and I rolling in the aisles. Give it a chance and you just might like it. 7/10
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