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Oliver Milton over 2 years ago
An amazing exploration of fantasy and reality. Great characters and great scenes
Rosalio Galvan almost 3 years ago
wacky surreal
Guy Meltzer almost 5 years ago
crazy kids movie by gilliam.. watched it alot as a kid
HaeWon Blackwell 6 years ago
The strong Terry Gilliam visual style with a more light-hearted story. Really fun.
Grant davies 7 years ago
Nate McBean almost 8 years ago
You rated this 4 stars on 2/3/2011 (netflix)
Kara Bombell 8 years ago
My youth... in film form
Rachel Kennelly over 8 years ago
fun storytelling
Darren over 8 years ago
Underrated piece of joyful film making. Great escapism
Matt Campbell over 2 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 3 years ago
Daniel Duval over 3 years ago
Geoff Van Brunt over 4 years ago
Tyler Richardson over 4 years ago
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
Bloc Silent over 4 years ago
Ryan almost 5 years ago
Drew K 5 years ago
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen is a 1988 British adventure comedy film directed by Terry Gilliam, starring John Neville, Sarah Polley, Eric Idle, Jonathan Pryce, Oliver Reed, Uma Thurman, and Robin Williams. The film begins in an unnamed and war-torn European city in the late 18th century (dubbed "The Age of Reason" in an opening caption), where, amidst explosions and gunfire from a large Turkish army outside the city gates, a fanciful touring stage production of Baron Münchhausen's life and adventures is taking place. Backstage, city official "The Right Ordinary Horatio Jackson" (Jonathan Pryce) reinforces the city's commitment to reason (here meaning uniformity and unexceptionality) by ordering the execution of a soldier (Sting in a cameo) who had just accomplished a near-superhuman feat of bravery, claiming that his bravery is demoralizing to other soldiers. Not far into the play, an elderly man claiming to be the real Baron interrupts the show, protesting its many inaccuracies...
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