A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman
John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam pay tribute to their late Monty Python colleague Graham Chapman in this hilarious, 3-D animated adaptation of Chapman's brazenly fictionalized life story. (TIFF)
- Stars:Mohan Agashe, Kasturi Banerjee, Roshni Chopra, Rajneesh Duggal, Monica, Adah Sharma, Natasha Sinha, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Carol Cleveland, Philip Bulcock, Stephen Fry, Rob Buckman, Jamielisa Jacquemin, Diana Kent, Lloyd Kaufman, Tom Hollander, Peter Dickson, Margarita Doyle,
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Bonnie M (nl) wrote: I enjoyed this film for a glimpse into life in India. The whole lunchbox delivery system is fascinating, and "studied by Harvard," as one of the delivery men say in a funny line. It dragged a bit in the middle for me and I found the ending very unsatisfying. I wasn't sure if the filmmakers didn't know how to end it without giving in to convention (meeting at the train, etc.) or if they tried to be too avant-garde but it left me frustrated. I'm used to French films that end with ambiguity but this was a disappointing end and didn't stir me like some of those French endings do.
Amber G (ru) wrote: Let it shine is my favorite movie
Shafayat R (mx) wrote: Soft, smooth, sad and dramatic. Again proves that indie films are much more better than commercial ones.
Victor M (es) wrote: A well assembled story about the emptiness of the manners of the high British society between wars with a great cast. At the beginning you can feel a little confused with so many characters but in the end you know all of them.
Chetan (jp) wrote: I think it is karishma's best acting
Perfection Q (au) wrote: i liked it when i was little and its still kinda cute to me lol =]
Timothy M (kr) wrote: One of the better swansongs for any filmmaker of longevity. Although the film is brief, Huston plays his cards close to the chest until the final 10 minutes or so, where all is made abundantly clear (not that it's a mystery as to what it's all about - it can be figured out rather quickly too, but Huston's playing a more subtle game, even by his standards). Terrific performances all 'round, but both Donals McCann and Donnelly are exceptional.
Dustin M (nl) wrote: I used to be scared of this film but now it's not that bad. The animation of the creep is more interactive to the audience and less scary and more good story telling than the first one.
Leena L (de) wrote: I liked this. Always was wondering what this legendary tv-series was about. I was surprised about the indecency, intrigue and scandal of it! No wonder this was popular..... now just hoping the series would show on tv :)
Manny C (jp) wrote: Before he broke out with his two signature masterpieces Grand Illusion and Rules of The Game, Jean Renoir had this great feature to his name, a simple tale of a down on his luck tramp taken in by a sweet family. Available in a wonderful Criterion Edition DVD.
David W (au) wrote: Stupid and unnecessary for a sequel, Rocky 5 outs the franchise to a screeching holt for it to be redeemed in the future