At 9/7/12 04:57 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
I say I must take my leave there is a incursion of scantily clad savages pillaging Villages!
Villages, you say? Most inconvenient. Luckily, I have Bicycle-Repairman on speed-dial.
So, a Monty Python club I see. I'll have to join up for this. Is there so kind of ritual that I have to do to get in? Maybe cut : down a tree with a Herring? It's a shame that we (presumably) all missed out on the rise of the Pythons.
My dad was the one who got me hooked on Monty Python, and I saw The Holy Grail when I was eight. From then on, I was a fan for life. In order to join, you must merely perform your best silly walk.
My favourite was And Now For Something Completely Different, gotta love that level of random.
Never seen that one either. You're all outdoing me here.
I've seen Life of Brian, my good Sir.
Excellent choice, easily one of the great movies of all time.
NI-PING-NEE-WOM! I win.
I do hope you mean it was one of his worst movies rather than being infact one of the worst in all respects. Because it : really wasn't that bad. Especially considering Heath Ledger died mid way through filming it.
That was one of the reasons why it was as bad as it was. If Heath Ledger hadn't died, it would have probably been as good as the rest of Gilliam's work.
Out of the ones not mentioned my two favourite scetches from Monty Phythons flying circus are:
Camp Squad Drill
And I prefer Life of Brian to The Holy Grail.
When it comes to Python, there's really no way to figure out what is better.
I doth pledge mine sword to the quest of finding the perfect shrubbery!
Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Post just informed me you all can join. Send him some rat tart (with only a little rat in it) and he'll process your forms.
Remember, chums, Always Look On The Bright Side of Life.