Messieurs Trey Parker and Matt Stone must be mellowing with age: Not only is Team America’s soundtrack nowhere near as foul as that of 1999’s South Park flick, but without its on-screen puppet performers, it’s also not as funny. The jingoistic anthem ”America, F**k Yeah” and the guilt-inducing Kim Jong Il showstopper ”I’m So Ronery” are cleverly offensive, but little else here rises above sub-Yankovician levels of parody. Maybe we should blame Canada.
Team America: World PoliceMessieurs Trey Parker and Matt Stone must be mellowing with age: Not only is Team America's soundtrack nowhere near as foul as that of...Team America: World PoliceSoundtracksMessieurs Trey Parker and Matt Stone must be mellowing with age: Not only is Team America's soundtrack nowhere near as foul as that of...2004-11-05
Genre: Soundtracks; Lead Performer: Various Artists; Producer (group): Atlantic
Posted November 5 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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