Tag: Terry Gilliam
This morning brings about honest to goodness footage of Terry Gilliam's long cursed, passion project, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote...but we still may never see the rest of it. Come inside to take a gander and learn more about the film's latest problems.
40 years ago, the British comedy sextet Monty Python released the hilarous Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Decades later, the film is still considered a comedy classic. Cinelinx looks back at the making of one of the great film parodies. It’s being released in certain theaters for special showings this week.
Billed as a complete reimagining, SyFy's serial take on Terry Gilliam's post-apocalyptic "12 Monkeys" retains it's dark imagery, but will Gilliam's frenetic underlying messages ultimately be lost in the mix?
The Monty Python troupe made a name for themselves with their unique blend of surrealist and slapstick humor. They brought their talents to the big screen numerous times, most notably in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Join us as we discuss the top ten funniest moments of this comedic masterpiece.
People who’ve seen the documentary Lost in La Mancha know about director Terry Gilliam’s ill-fated efforts to bring the story of Don Quixote to the screen. That film reported on just one of many attempts by Gilliam to bring the story of Quixote to life. Now he’s announced a seventh attempt to complete the seemingly jinxed project.
Most directors have an identifiable style consistent with their approach and perspective. Each week Cinelinx will chose one director for an in-depth examination of the “signatures” that they leave behind in their work. This week, we examine the trademark style and calling signs of Terry Gilliam.