Thursday, December 18, 2014

Paramount kills Team America: World Police

http://insidemovies.ew.com/2014/12/18/team-america-world-police-screenings-canceled/

Given that the makers of this movie are the guys behind South Park, it seems only fitting that they are trying to capitalize on the revolutionary Cartmanland Marketing System:

"I'm sorry, you can't see this movie!  Nobody can see this movie!  Even I can't see this movie!"

Congratulations to North Korea on securing some of the prophet Mohammed's special goo.

45 comments:

  1. JEEEEEEEEEEZUSSSSS!

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  2. Virgil's Gimmick TableDecember 18, 2014 at 2:48 PM

    Fucking pussies.

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  3. The pussification of America

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  4. Switch to Hot Shots: Part Deux. Maybe Kim Jong Un won't understand why and sign our permission slip.

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  5. Can we get some perspective here? This is a country whose entire population is smaller than most cities, do we truly think they can wage mass strikes on us?

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  6. Oh, derka derka derka

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  7. Just wow. It would be bad enough if there was a real risk of actual issues but for christ's sake it's fucking North Korea. How many sleeper cells of North Koreans do they really think there are out there? Heck, how many loyal North Koreans actually even live in America? People come here from Korea to escape that shit.

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  8. And would they be daft enough announce it beforehand? Pure scare tactic

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  9. It's spelled Muhammad. No comment on the "special goo" line.

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  10. I'm sure north Korea has never ever made anything depicting american leaders getting killed, no sir.

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  11. It's not spelled any way in Roman letters.

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  12. North Korea has a population of 25 million.

    Al Qaeda had far fewer people than that.

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  13. I went through a phase of watching a bunch of NK movies when I figured out a "secret" way to watch them and felt like I was watching something really rare. It was like watching some really, really bad TV movies from the '80s or something.

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  14. Wow wtf. Lets pull Team America off of Netflix and outlaw all MASH reruns just to be safe!

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  15. Maybe that poor bastard that was born in a North Korean prison camp who has been making the guest speaker rounds out here was just bidding time to set off a bomb when they released the Seth Rogan movie. Then he could escape from here and get back to his concentration camp as a huge hero.

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  16. This is all about, what if something possibly happen and someone got sued? This is what our whole country has boiled down to.

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  17. Can we please stop referring to America has anything special or worthwhile. Its just a hodgepodge of corporate interests and litigation fears. That is all America is anymore.

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  18. Hopefully they take Sgt. Bilko off of the market because I am afraid to leave my house until they do.

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  19. "That is not who we are." - Obama

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  20. And subsidized terrorism insurance is going away next year. Some pundits were speculating that the Super Bowl would be canceled as a result.

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  21. Hey someone might get sued, and preventing that is the most important thing in America.

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  22. Yeah because first of all it might give a gambling addict renegade sergeant too many ideas but also it could make Greenland want to terrorist attack us because then they will think we are sending all our crooked army officers over there.

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  23. See, that's a double-threat of a film. It has to go. Stripes too. We don't want a riot in the Czech

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  24. If this was the 80's or early 90's John Cena would be main eventing Wrestlemania against an evil North Korean character played by an American who looks vaguely Korean.

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  25. I feel like the WWE should censor all the Misfits In Action stuff just to be safe too!

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  26. Yoshi Tatsu turns into a North Korean sympathizer.

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  27. Then lawyers would sue everyone for threatening their livelihood.

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  28. First thing to do: kill all the lawyers.
    Second thing to do: kill all the law students.


    (Sorry Ferrari.)

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  29. I bet Vince is praying that someone in Russia notices the WWE and takes offense to it.

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  30. Also, all Tiger Chung Lee matches because King Jong Un will flip his shit when he sees a fellow countryman job.

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  31. They can't afford $9.99

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  32. They should send Putin a one year gift sub and a roku stick.

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  33. They can have Nikolai Volkoff fly over and give it to him as well.

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  34. Expect South Park to rip this whole situation to shreds.

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  35. Yeah I cannot wait to see this southpark

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  36. Did you like Django or Inside Lewlyn Davis better? I wasn't crazy about ILD

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  37. lulz wrong thread

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  38. There are multiple ways to spell the name

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  39. Ummm what? There's 25 million North Koreans

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  40. Django. ILD was cool but it was a lot of Coens being Coens.

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  41. Lots of movie talk over in the daily thread.

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  42. Yeah but added together they weight less than everyone in Tulsa.

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  43. There are, but pretty much every reference to the actual Prophet you'll see in English will be "Muhammad"

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  44. South Park has finished its current season, no?

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  45. But every one of them fights like Steve Blackman.

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