Excellent banter, tight characterization, enviously good chemistry between the principle characters all come together to create probably the greatest noir detective inspired movies ever written. It’s a type of films that we rewatch at least every year, normally hitting someplace nearer to twice a year.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail is definitely one of the silliest, funniest, and most impressed comedies ever made. Graham Chapman stars as Arthur, tasked with finding the Holy Grail, a quest that sends him and his idiot knights on one absurd and unforgettable mission after another, to accomplish tasks like shopping for shrubberies, ruining organized weddings and never having sex. Walk Hard is a parody of the musical biopic style generally and 2005’s Johnny Cash-focused Walk the Line specifically.
The writing is clever and the characters are simply down to earth sufficient that their private quirks and idiosyncrasies hit an interesting mix of absurdity … Read MoreRead More