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Team America: World Police

2004 satirical action comedy film

Team America: World Police

Released 11 October 2004 (18 years ago)

Director Trey Parker
Duration 98 minutes
Genre action film and science fiction film
Composer Harry Gregson-Williams
Production company Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Producer Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Scott Rudin

About Team America: World Police

Team America: World Police is a satirical masterpiece that takes aim at American foreign policy and Hollywood action movies. Directed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park, the film uses marionettes to depict a team of elite operatives who travel the world to fight terrorism and promote democracy. However, their methods are often brutal and counterproductive, leading to unintended consequences and blowback.

The film is a hilarious and scathing critique of American exceptionalism and interventionism, as well as the simplistic and jingoistic narratives of action movies. It skewers both the left and the right, mocking liberal celebrities who preach about peace and tolerance while ignoring the complexities of geopolitics, and conservative politicians who use fear and patriotism to justify wars and surveillance.

The film's most memorable scenes include a puppet sex scene that parodies Hollywood cliches, a musical number that mocks the arrogance of American power, and a climactic battle that destroys famous landmarks and satirizes the absurdity of action movie tropes. The film also features a catchy theme song, "America, Fuck Yeah!", that became a cult classic and a symbol of ironic patriotism.

Despite its controversial and irreverent tone, Team America: World Police received mostly positive reviews from critics and grossed over $50 million worldwide. It has since become a cult classic and a touchstone of political satire, inspiring countless memes, parodies, and references in popular culture.


- Ebert, Roger. "Team America: World Police.", October 14, 2004.

- Scott, A.O. "All the World's a Stage, and It's Full of Puppets." The New York Times, October 15, 2004.

- Rotten Tomatoes. "Team America: World Police." Rotten Tomatoes, accessed June 21, 2021.

Cast and crew

Cast and crew listed below. See if you can find out who is who from the stats below.


71 years, 1 month, 18 days


43 years, 2 months, 21 days

Born first

1 September 1952

Born last

23 July 1980

Information in the About section is derived from the use of Generative Pre-trained Transformer technology and may contain errors.