Given the fact that Monty Python & The Holy Grail is just 91 minutes long, it’s shocking that they cut out 14 minutes of Terry Gilliam’s animation. To celebrate the film’s 40th anniversary, Gilliam walks us through the cut footage, with his typically wry delivery.
Screen Junkies has a lot of questions about one of the dumbest movies ever made, which was so confident in its marketing that it taunted the audience with a meta plot about cashing in on nostalgia. And it freaking made bank. We the audience deserve our own honest trailer.
Billy Eichner pulls his usual man on the street shenanigans with superstar and Hollywood hearthrob Chris Pratt as his sidekick, yet nobody on the streets of New York seem to have any idea who he is. Really, people? Really?