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May 20, 2010

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SOUTH PARK: BIGGER, LONGER, & UNCUT
(Comcast Movies: All Movies) A Rocky Mountain high of rudeness. TV’s Cartman and his animated pals get to use R-rated language as they battle against their moms’ anti-smut campaign and the combined forces of Satan and Saddam Hussein. Musical numbers spoof song styles from Rodgers and Hammerstein to the ’80s power ballad. (R; runs through May 27)

SPEED
(Comcast Movies: All Movies) The most spectacular argument against public transportation since the Hindenburg went down. There’s a bus rigged to explode if it slows to less than 50 mph, and you could say the same thing of the movie — if you love crash-and-burn, you’ll think you’re in heaven. Good guy Keanu Reeves tries to foil bad guy Dennis Hopper, but the real stars are the explosives experts who provide the big bangs. (R; runs through May 27)

THELMA AND LOUISE
(Comcast Movies: All Movies) Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis are full of surprises in Ridley Scott’s feminist road movie. It’s “Easy Rider’’ and “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’’ retooled for the ’90s with a bang-up ending that still sparks arguments. (R; runs through May 27)

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