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Best to Worst: Terry Gilliam

Terry Gilliam is a visionary who excels at making films that balance creative imagery and adventurous stories that often have philosophical undertones. He is known for making movies with dark humor, fantastical situations, and eccentric characters who help draw the audience in to the odd worlds that he creates. 2,231 more words


Monty Python Live (mostly): I went to the movies and a fish slapping dance broke out

Cineplex Entertainment’s Front Row Centre Events presents Monty Python Live (mostly)
starring John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin

By Barbara Goslawski… 518 more words


Christian Fundamentalism Part 1: What is It?

I graduated from an evangelical, fundamentalist high school where I was taught about an evil dragon named “Atheistic Humanism.”  It breathed in the oxygen of scientific evolution and breathed out the fires of progressive culture.  660 more words


Carly's Week in Movies (Weeks of July 6th and July 13th, 2014)

Hello, readers. I am truly, deeply sorry for the delay. I probably should have let you know earlier. As you know, last week was very rough. 2,175 more words


MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (1975) - See it in spite of its rave reviews

(As a lead-up to Monty Python’s final concert performance on July 20, each day prior to that, I will post a review of a Monty Python movie. 377 more words


Using dreams as story ideas

Very rarely do I have nightmares. For the most part, I tend to have weird, involved dreams (at least those that I remember are). A while back I had a long, involved dream that was sort of like a zombie survival movie, only everyone was trying to getting away from killer rabbits instead of zombies. 166 more words

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