Terry Gilliam

Film Review: Terry Gilliam’s passion project The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (UK/France/Spain, 2018) is surprisingly void of any heart

April 10, 2019

“And now…after 25 years in the making…and unmaking” So says the wry on-screen text preceding Terry Gilliam‘s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, a near-three decade trek for the eccentric filmmaker whose hope of bringing his off-kilter adventure-comedy to fruition has languished in development hell since its beginnings in 1989. Once intended to be a […]

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The Force Awakens‘ Adam Driver joins Terry Gilliam’s Quixote project.

May 18, 2016

Terry Gilliam’s long-troubled project, The Man Who Killed Quixote, will finally begin production later this year starring Star Wars’ Adam Driver alongside Monty Python’s Michael Palin. Palin is currently set to take up the role of Quixote, assuming the bad-luck that forced John Hurt, Jean Rochefort and others off the project doesn’t strike again. An […]

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Film Review: The Zero Theorem (UK, 2013)

May 14, 2014

Monty Python alum Terry Gilliam has always stood out for his eccentric and distinctive style of filmmaking; always full of imagination, his films take you on an unusual, yet mostly enjoyable journey. His latest effort, The Zero Theorem, is no exception. In dystopian London, where everyone dresses like Lady Gaga and you’re asked to worship […]

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