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Already watched clockwise, absolutely recommended Shauny, there are moments on the film that I nearly fell off my chair, so funny. :lol:
Kiri, my friend told me the title in Spanish: it's called "Siempre puntual".

Thanks for telling, I'll have to look for that :D

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I've just watched 'Brazil' and I feel that I have to write something about it! This film is so ... surrealistuc.. and weird... but I like it, enjoy it! Whole film was great but ending :shock: I was sitting with my eyes and mouth open for a while, long while. I didn't expected it! And Michael's sight... was so stern and homicidal. His whole role was acted perfectly :D . He is so talented. Anyway, for now, "brazil" is my favourite Gilliam's film :)


Which edit did you watch of Brazil? I wonder do you know the story of why there are 2 (maybe 3) commercial releases? They didn't like the black ending in the US so cut about X minutes off so it ends with the happy-ish scene where they drive off into the sunset. I think there are also other scenes that were cut, but not sure which. ANyone know for sure?


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iwona wrote:
I've just watched 'Brazil' and I feel that I have to write something about it! This film is so ... surrealistuc.. and weird... but I like it, enjoy it! Whole film was great but ending :shock: I was sitting with my eyes and mouth open for a while, long while. I didn't expected it! And Michael's sight... was so stern and homicidal. His whole role was acted perfectly :D . He is so talented. Anyway, for now, "brazil" is my favourite Gilliam's film :)


Which edit did you watch of Brazil? I wonder do you know the story of why there are 2 (maybe 3) commercial releases? They didn't like the black ending in the US so cut about X minutes off so it ends with the happy-ish scene where they drive off into the sunset. I think there are also other scenes that were cut, but not sure which. ANyone know for sure?


I didn't know that there are differents endings :shock: How could they cut so wonderful ending???!!! Of course I watched this with "black ending"...

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I noticed the other week that John Cleese will make a voice appearance in the upcoming "Charlotte's web" remake. Now I hate remakes and depise when they take cartoons and turn them into movies with real actors they destroyed 101 dalmations this way!!! And im not a huge fan of Dakota Fanning however I think I will have to go and see it just because it has Johns voice!!!!

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I hate remakes as well, they seem to kill all the nostalgia to a good movie and if it was a bad movie it seems like they're trying to mend it. :?

Has anyone seen the Missionary? What do you think?
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No but it looks interesting may have to check it out!!!

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I saw on hungarian TV yesterday Eric Idle in Splitting Heirs
It was very funny, and Ewic was damn sexy!!! 8) 8) 8) 8)

I have so many Python related movies on hungarian tv nowadays! I'm going to see baron Münchhausen, Nuns on the run, Fierce Creatures, Wind in the willows, I watched Splitting Heirs, Casper.........
and in Budapest in a theathre Holy Grail is going to be showed tomorrow :) I can hardly await it to see it in cinema :)

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No but it looks interesting may have to check it out!!!


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Shauny wrote:
I saw on hungarian TV yesterday Eric Idle in Splitting Heirs
It was very funny, and Ewic was damn sexy!!! 8) 8) 8) 8)

I have so many Python related movies on hungarian tv nowadays! I'm going to see baron Münchhausen, Nuns on the run, Fierce Creatures, Wind in the willows, I watched Splitting Heirs, Casper.........
and in Budapest in a theathre Holy Grail is going to be showed tomorrow :) I can hardly await it to see it in cinema :)


You're very lucky :D . We don't get any around this part of the land... :(

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I watched Nuns on the Run and it was funny, but I found Splitting Heirs funnier.
Tomorrow I'm going to see Baron Müchhausen :)

And Holy Grail in Cinema was awsome! It was full! I've got one of the last tickets! Everyone laughed so much! It was so good to see so many Python fans! :D

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Shauny wrote:
I watched Nuns on the Run and it was funny, but I found Splitting Heirs funnier.
Tomorrow I'm going to see Baron Müchhausen :)

And Holy Grail in Cinema was awsome! It was full! I've got one of the last tickets! Everyone laughed so much! It was so good to see so many Python fans! :D


Baron Müchhausen is such a great movie.

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