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    Speaking of Terry Gilliam, I recently watched The Adventures of Baron Munchausen and it's quite good. I had somehow completely missed it but it was a fun fantasy adventure and definitely felt like a Gilliam movie. Loved the practical effects. I should probably watch The Zero Theorem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrown View Post
    Speaking of Terry Gilliam, I recently watched The Adventures of Baron Munchausen and it's quite good. I had somehow completely missed it but it was a fun fantasy adventure and definitely felt like a Gilliam movie. Loved the practical effects. I should probably watch The Zero Theorem.
    Like Time Bandits, Baron is a terrific whipsmart fairytale movie that should have had a HUGE audience crossing over from kids to adults...but because Americans are sooooooooo afraid of watching a movie with british accents...twas not to be. Those two movies are just so beautifully made, simply because it's all done with loving care and jaw dropping tricks and practical fx. They honestly do not make em like they used to.

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    Munchausen is awesome.

    And R.I.P. Ray D. Tutto, King of the Moon.

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    If every there were a movie needing a push from the Criterioun Collection....Baron Von Munchausen is it.
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    First ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING Images Have Simon Pegg Using Magic Powers in Terry Jones’ Sci-Fi Film That Reunites Monty Python Members
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    John Cleese is releasing an autobiography

    In July a letter made the rounds that Cleese once sent to a 14-year-old admirer, responding to the boy’s question about a fan club. “Dear Matthew,” it read, “I am afraid I’m much too important to write notes to people like you. Please remember that I am very very very very very very important. However, there is no John Cleese fan club (despite my importance) because they were all murdered in 1983 by Michael Palins’ fan club. I enclose a photograph to remind you of my importance. Yours sincerely, John Cleese.”

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