- Format: NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: Region A/1
- Studio: Universal Home Video
- Release Date: Nov. 9 2010
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- ASIN: B0041T52PE
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Terry Gilliam Collection Box Set [Blu-ray]
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Time Bandits (1981)
Gilliam's first notable solo directorial success was a fantastical affair following 11-year-old Kevin's (Craig Warnock) twilight adventures in a medieval parallBrael reality. Produced on a budget of just $5 million, it went on to gross over eight times that amount at the box office. Co-written by fellow Monty Python alumnus Michael Palin, who appeared among a raft of stars - Shelley Duvall, John Cleese, Sean Connery - who had minor roles in the film.
Twelve Monkeys (1995)
Inspired by Frenchman Chris Marker's 1962 film La jetée, Gilliam's second foray into science fiction (after 1985's Brazil) cast Bruce Willis as a convicted criminal living in a virus-ravaged post-apocalyptic world who is sent to the past to confront the terrorist organisation behind the virus. The thinking-man's action epic became Gilliam's most successful film, grossing $168 million, and earned supporting star Brad Pitt a Golden Globe for his performance.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)
Gilliam's adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's classic autobiographical novel of the same name saw him return to the fantasy-comedy ground which has been a staple of his career. Johnny Depp took the plaudits for his portrayal of hedonistic (and permanently intoxicated) anti-hero Raoul Duke, although the film was initially a critical and commercial disaster. Gilliam remained unperturbed - "I want it to be seen as one of the great movies of all time, and one of the most hated movies of all time", he said - and Depp and Benicio Del Toro's psychedelic road-tripping has since achieved cult status.
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