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Robin Williams’ last film, ‘Absolutely Anything’ is definitely worth watching

Written by O’Boyd

Deadline released an exclusive clip from “Absolutely Anything,” the last film for Robin Williams before his suicide in August.

The film is directed by Terry Jones and pits Simon Pegg as Neil, a teacher who is granted the power by a group of aliens to do anything. 31 more words

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In his final role, Robin Williams voices a talking dog in Terry Jones' Absolutely Anything -- watch

In his final performance before tragically dying in August 2014, Robin Williams contributed his iconic voice to Absolutely Anything, the new film from Monty Python… 97 more words

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Watch Robin Williams' Final Role In 'Absolutely Anything' Clip

EXCLUSIVE: In his final film performance, the late Robin Williams lends his voice to sci-fi comedy Absolutely Anything for Monty Python’s Terry Jones. The legendary entertainer was the first to sign onto the long-gestating comedy about a disillusioned teacher (Simon Pegg) granted the power to do “absolutely anything” by scheming aliens, played by the Pythons. 199 more words

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Film Review: Paul (2011)

Directed by: Edgar Wright

Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig

The plot to Paul is equivalent to a humourous version of E.T… 728 more words

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Terry Jones On Four Decades Of Monty Python And Robin Williams’ Final Film

Monty Python’s Terry Jones arrived during a break in the clouds Friday for an ADR session at West LA’s The Village, the storied recording studio where the late Robin Williams lent his voice to Jones’ upcoming sci-fi comedy… 1,530 more words

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"The World's End"

I just re-watched the Simon Pegg led ensemble comedy “The World’s End” again the other night.

What a great movie this is.

Just some quick thoughts about it. 199 more words

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Terry Jones Screens Robin Williams as Dennis the Dog in 'Absolutely Anything'

Attendees at Saturday night’s American Cinemateque screening of Monty Python’s iconic “Life of Brian” at the Aero received a bonus — six minutes of footage from the Pythonesque sci-fi farce “Absolutely Anything,” screened by director Terry Jones. 549 more words

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