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Monty Python And The Holy Grail | UMD | (31/10/2005)
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Monty Python Movies Box Set | DVD | (10/04/2017)
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Monty Python goes to the movies in this DVD boxset packed with three of their classic cinematic adventures. Enjoy ?And Now For Something Completely Different', ?Monty Python and the Holy Grail' and ?Life of Brian'. And Now For Something Completely Different Monty Python's Flying Circus is regarded as a milestone In British Comedy, This, their first feature film, is an anthology of the funniest sketches from the legendary BBC television series. Pick one of your favourites from among many, including the famous Say No More, Nudge, Nudge sequence, the Hell's Grannies and The Dead Parrot. Monty Python and the Holy Grail After a chance meeting with a rather irate God, King Arthur and his Knights of The Round Table are set the sacred task of retrieving the all powerful Holy Grail. On their long quest they encounter a number of terrifying hazards the taunts of the abusive French Knight, disgruntled peasants, the Knights who say ?Ni' and the deadly rabbit with the big pointy teeth. (Double Disc Set) Life of Brian The Pythons deliver a scathing, anarchic satire of both religion and Hollywood's depiction of all things biblical with their third film. The setting is Judea 33 A.D., a time of poverty and chaos, with no shortage of messiahs, followers willing to believe in them, and exasperated Romans trying to impose some order. (Double Disc Set)
Monty Python and the Holy Grail | Blu Ray | (08/06/2015)
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Limited Edition Steelbook with Gloss Finish Arthur King of the Britons (Graham Chapman) assembles his Knights of the Round Table and takes them swiflty from Camelot after a message from God on a quest to find the Holy Grail! As they travel to the sound of their coconut banging servants the banner of Knights encounter a castle of heavy resistance; guards throwing cows and chickens Knights in the forest who say &#39;Ni!&#39; and a cute looking rabbit that only the &#39;Holy Hand Grenade&#39; can deal with. Satirising events of that time (including witch trials and the black plague) Monty Python create an hilarious take on the well known story and deliver some unforgettable moments.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (40th Anniversary Limited Edition Gift Set) | Blu Ray | (12/10/2015)
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Could this be the funniest movie ever made? By any rational measure of comedy, this medieval romp from the Monty Python troupe certainly belongs on the short list of candidates. According to Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide, it's "recommended for fans only," but we say hogwash to that--you could be a complete newcomer to the Python phenomenon and still find this send-up of the Arthurian legend to be wet-your-pants hilarious. It's basically a series of sketches woven together as King Arthur's quest for the Holy Grail, with Graham Chapman as the King, Terry Gilliam as his simpleton sidekick Patsy, and the rest of the Python gang filling out a variety of outrageous roles. The comedy highlights are too numerous to mention, but once you've seen Arthur's outrageously bloody encounter with the ominous Black Knight (John Cleese), you'll know that nothing's sacred in the Python school of comedy. From holy hand grenades to killer bunnies to the absurdity of the three-headed knights who say "Ni--!," this is the kind of movie that will strike you as fantastically funny or just plain silly, but why stop there? It's all over the map, and the pace lags a bit here and there, but for every throwaway gag the Pythons have invented, there's a bit of subtle business or grand-scale insanity that's utterly inspired. The sum of this madness is a movie that's beloved by anyone with a pulse and an irreverent sense of humor. If this movie doesn't make you laugh, you're almost certainly dead. --Jeff Shannon
The Search for Simon | DVD | (13/10/2014)
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David has spent years traveling the UK and the world funded by a small but fortuitous lottery win to visit people who claimed to have been abducted or had a close encounter he has a website and Face-book group where he asks people to help in his quest they upload video interviews they have done for him. He has met and interviewed respected scientists and members of the public who have 'come into contact' with Aliens or even been abducted themselves. David is convinced he is onto something. His mother has given up hope that David will ever get a proper job - or heaven forbid - find a girl and settle down but point blank refuses to talk about the loss of her other son Simon. Every week David goes to the local pub (to either play war-games or be in a pub quiz). His fellow pub friends are totally bored of his UFO obsession however Sally a girl he met at the 'Failed Suicide club' really likes him though David is oblivious to her advances and being somewhat shy - she isn't getting very far. David won't listen to anyone talk about the possibility that Simon just died or is dead - because listening means he's wasted his whole life.