And Now for Something Completely Different
Comedy • PG • 1971 • 1 hr 28 min
An excellent collection of Monty Python sketch comedy. Full of classics, I've watched it many times.
A great gateway into the world of Monty Python if you’ve never seen their work before, a classic collection of hilarious comedy sketch gold
It’s a good introduction to the comedy troupe. I recommend watching the TV show too if you’re just starting to watch Monty Python.
Not Monty Python at their best, but still better than most comedies out there. Funny and goes down smooth.
These skits from TV (slightly edited) are never tiring. Lumberjack song, nudge nudge, hell's grannies, and more.
Sometimes, a bit of good ol'Monty Python is all you need.
A good sketch thingy that does just as the box says
We've all seen this before but nevertheless entertaining. It feels like a greatest moments of the original series.
All good stuff. Old-school fans will dig it, and Python newcomers will see what all the fuss is about.
There are two kinds of people in the world. Those who love Python and those who are wrong.
While a diamond advocate attempts to steal a collection of diamonds, troubles arise when he realises he’s not the only one after the collection.
When Lenny and his wife, Amanda, adopt a baby, Lenny realizes that his son is a genius and becomes obsessed with finding the boy's biological mother in hopes that she will be brilliant too. But when he learns that Max's mother is Linda Ash, a kindhearted prostitute and porn star, Lenny is determined to reform her immoral lifestyle. A Greek chorus chimes in to relate the plot to Greek mythology in this quirky comedy.
A bombardier in World War II tries desperately to escape the insanity of the war. However, sometimes insanity is the only sane way to cope with a crazy situation.
Life's questions are 'answered' in a series of outrageous vignettes, beginning with a staid London insurance company which transforms before our eyes into a pirate ship. Then there's the National Health doctors who try to claim a healthy liver from a still-living donor. The world's most voracious glutton brings the art of vomiting to new heights before his spectacular demise.
Monty Python perform many of their greatest sketches at the Hollywood Bowl, including several from pre-Python days.
Young history buff Kevin can scarcely believe it when six dwarfs emerge from his closet one night. Former employees of the Supreme Being, they've purloined a map charting all of the holes in the fabric of time and are using it to steal treasures from different historical eras. Taking Kevin with them, they variously drop in on Napoleon, Robin Hood and King Agamemnon before the Supreme Being catches up with them.
Brian Cohen is an average young Jewish man, but through a series of ridiculous events, he gains a reputation as the Messiah. When he's not dodging his followers or being scolded by his shrill mother, the hapless Brian has to contend with the pompous Pontius Pilate and acronym-obsessed members of a separatist movement. Rife with Monty Python's signature absurdity, the tale finds Brian's life paralleling Biblical lore, albeit with many more laughs.
Russian and British submarines with nuclear missiles on board both vanish from sight without a trace. England and Russia both blame each other as James Bond tries to solve the riddle of the disappearing ships. But the KGB also has an agent on the case.