Tag Archives: Terry Gilliam

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The Fisher King (1991)

“I don’t mean to be flippant or to enrage you or anything, but you’re a psychotic man,” says Jack Lucas.  Parry says, “I know.”  Jack responds, “A very nice psychotic man.”  Parry replies, “Thank you.” After having made the critically … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 6/23/15 Recommendations

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Battleship Potemkin (1925)

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“Comrades!  The time has come when we too must speak out.  Why wait?  All of Russia has risen!  Are we to be the last?” asks Vakulinchuk. In June 1905, the crew of a pre-dreadnought Russian battleship called the Potemkin staged an insurrection and overthrew … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 12/9/14 Recommendations

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‘Yellow Submarine’ & ‘Heavy Metal’

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Gerald Potterton is an animator, producer, and director who attended the Hammersmith Art School in London, England and worked as an assistant animator afterward.  In 1954, he joined the National Film Board of Canada (he moved there the following year.  … Continue reading

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Watchmen (2009)

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“Never compromise,” says Rorschach to Dan Dreiberg (aka Nite Owl).  He continues, “Not even in the face of Armageddon.  That’s always been the difference between us, Daniel.” I wasn’t really familiar with Alan Moore’s graphic novel when I had first … Continue reading

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‘Grave of the Fireflies’ & ‘Only Yesterday’

(For Takahata’s first two films, check out The Little Norse Prince & Chie the Brat) After the success of 1981’s Chie the Brat, Isao Takahata was hired to direct what would become 1989’s Little Nemo: Adventures In Slumberland (Telecom had … Continue reading