The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Director: Terry Gilliam Cast: John Neville, Eric Idle, Sarah Polley
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Fearjunkie More than 1 year ago
What an incredible viewing experience this film is! Created by Terry Gilliam (of Monty Python fame), this movie grabs you and sucks you in from the very start. Reality takes a back seat to fantasy in this adventure story, but only in the best sense of the phrase, and one quickly becomes completely immersed in it. Starring John Neville as the Baron, he leads the viewer through vignette after vignette, slowly adding characters and building the astonishing tale to a truly miraculous climax! Cameos from Robin Williams,Uma Thurman and others only add to the spectacle and the casting as a whole is nearly perfect throughout. While this is not exactly a children's tale due to some risque imagery, this film should appeal to anyone from 16 and up, as long as they have an open mind and are willing to suspend their disbelief long enough to enjoy an exceptional motion picture.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Hillarious. Any M Python fan will love this movie. Creative, adventurous, I laughed all the way through it.
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen must be the worst film ever to disgrace itself upon teh silver screen. The plot is meaningless, the dialogue futile, and the acting nonexistant. Disgusting...