Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem Not For First Timers - A Review

A Terry Gilliam film ... not for the uninitiated. »»

Fantastic Fest 2013 Announces Its Final Wave Of Programming

Plus, Terry Gilliam fans will be rejoicing at the closing night film. »»

Trailer for Terry Gilliam's The Wholly Family

Terry Gilliam's latest The Wholly Family has a trailer, which you can view below. Plot Summary: A couple and their son on a disastrous vacation in Naples." »»

The Fisher King Coming To Blu-Ray

Jeff Bridges as a slick DJ, Robin Williams homeless, and Mercedes Ruehl wins an Oscar. Oh, and it's a Terry Gilliam movie too. »»

SXSW '11: Spotlight on Shorts - Midnight Shorts and Animated Shorts

South by Southwest's short film line-up shows size doesn't matter when it comes to entertainment. »»

The Job - DVD Review

Ambiguous climax and off-beat characters help sell existential, slightly supernatural heist film The Job »»

Who is Harry Nilsson? (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him) - Review

Engaging documentary shines bright light on a legendary singer/songwriter. »»

Warner Bros. and Joel Silver Developing Don Quixote Film

Terry Gilliam quietly curses God's name for his continued bad luck. »»

Unholy Duo of Comedy Ready Twilight Spoof

Ken Jeong to star in Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer's Vampires Suck. »»

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - Review

Heath Ledger’s final film showcases his talent, along with that of his friends… »»

Monty Python: Almost the Truth - Review

For the diehard Python fan, Almost The Truth is a must have right next to the complete series. It gives a context and a history to it all which is second to none. »»

Terry Gilliam's Quixote back on track!

In 2001 director Terry Gilliam set out to make a film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. Plagued by problems the film collapsed after one week of shooting and the result of that was the devastating documentary Lost In La Mancha. »»

The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus (Collector's Edition) - DVD Review

Every comedy troupe is always compared to Monty Python for good reason: because they set the standard and raised the bar higher than anyone has been able to reach yet. From Broken Lizard, Apatow's group, the Happy Madison gang, the Frat Pack and many others, the comparison is the same. No one has reached their level as of now and probably never will. They are the single greatest collection of comedic talent together, very talented independently, and changed British comedy forever while influencing several generations of American comics. Monty Python's Flying Circus ranks as perhaps as one of the greatest television shows of all time. »»

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Terry Gilliam is one director whose films have almost always been plagued by disaster. One need look no farther than the recent tragic loss of Heath Ledger or the documentary Lost In La Mancha to see this. However Gilliam is no stranger to this kind of frustration. He had to fight Universal for final cut of Brazil, then came the financial catastrophe that became The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen. Luckily it turned out to be a pretty darn good film. »»

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