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Based on 38 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
100
Film Threat
Laugh hard, laugh long, but just laugh at true greatness. Parker and Stone have done it again, multiplied millions of times.
90
Dallas Observer
Bottom line: It's hilarious, vicious, offensive, thoroughly profane and a joy to watch, just like you'd expect. Be sure to sit through the end credits for a bonus song from Kim Jong-il to Alec Baldwin.
75
Entertainment Weekly
I was amused more or less throughout by the ingeniously designed and executed stunt that is Team America.
70
There is no room for subtlety. Aiming a rude, foul-mouthed political satire everywhere -- left, right and center -- Trey Parker and Matt Stone blow up a good deal of the world, not to mention the egos of many Hollywood personalities
70
Variety
Goes the extra mile to piss off everybody -- which includes gleefully destroying renowned Hollywood liberals, literally and figuratively.
63
ReelViews
This movie is more of a curiosity than a fully formed motion picture.
63
Charlotte Observer
Bits can be extremely funny. I howled at the ranting, mustard-splotched, wiener-waving Michael Moore.
63
Miami Herald
Egregiously vulgar satire on terrorism, global politics and Hollywood action movies gets an immeasurable boost from its wonderfully designed, old-school string puppets.
63
Philadelphia Inquirer
The puppets are anatomically correct and politically incorrect. They provide 45 of the funniest minutes I've spent at the movies this year.
60
L.A. Weekly
Accomplished yet uneven feature.

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