The Meaning of Life (1983)

I’d rather be watching this movie, than be marching up and down the square. It’s a really fun movie, and not all the skits are great but there are some really classic ones. I’m always impressed by the animation sequences of the Monty Python movies. I also liked the short film at the beginning. This comedy group is so creative to turn a finance building into a pirate ship. I also love the songs they put into their films. They really get stuck in your head. Every actor in Monty Python is great but John Cleese is my favorite with Graham Chapman in a close second. I still can’t get full on a meal to this day and not think about eating a wafer thin mint afterwards, it’s just wafer thin! The film has a lot of adult situations and language and some grotesque violence, but it’s mostly tongue-in cheek to shock you and make you laugh.


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3 thoughts on “The Meaning of Life (1983)

  1. This wasn’t a great film in my view. It was disjointed and mostly set out to be controversial.

    I may re-watch to see if my views have changed as I have got a little older.

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