A Japanese man wakes up alone in a brightly illuminated white room with no windows or doors. When he presses a mysteriously phallic protuberance that appears on one wall, a pink toothbrush materializes from nowhere, clattering to the floor and setting in motion a genuinely bizarre chain of events. Soon the imprisoned man is engaged in absurd and hilarious attempts to escape the gleaming room, releasing random objects from the walls, creating a life sized mouse trap game in which a rope, a toilet plunger and an earthenware jug full of sushi might just be the keys to his escape. Meanwhile, in a dusty town, a green masked Mexican wrestler known as Escargot Man prepares for an important match.
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Michael D (us) wrote: A nuanced look at complex relationships and comedy. I loved it! Funny, sad, uplifting. Great movie, well done Mike Birbiglia.
Joson J (nl) wrote: Another film from Madurai background but it has unpredictable climax twist.
Elene W (kr) wrote: I really liked this movie because of the question at the end. Can Marla really paint that well or did her dad do it for her. Did the media just make up the idea that Marla's dad did the paintings or is Marla just a really special girl that can really paint. The question of that just made the movie REALLY REALLY Great!! I would give it five stars *****
Marcus W (au) wrote: Nowhere near as funny as it thinks it is.
Erika K (ca) wrote: Rutina's a good actress, the rest of movie isn't as good...
Edgar C (kr) wrote: Amateurish suckness at its finest extremelly loaded with sex and nudity (for those interested). Twenty (one lol) thumbs down. 26/100
Avi S (kr) wrote: 2 stars, but it's so much more
Lee C (fr) wrote: I like this movie simply because it's schlocky. The premise is tired but man if it isn't fun to watch Bruce and Mr. Chekov toss one-liners. "We don't take no shit from a machine." Classic! For all those who thought Walter Koenig could only talk in a falsetto Russian accent this will be a shock. Don't expect a masterpiece and embrace the camp and cheap thrills and suddenly this becomes watchable.
Rae M (au) wrote: HORRIBLE!!! please dont waste your time!!!!
Geoff B (it) wrote: Terrible editing, Terrible Acting, Bad soundtrack... I love it!!!
TheLords A (it) wrote: So I've been thinking about reviewing Monty Python films for the past month or so now and since I found And Now For Something Completely Different and with Psycho when I went to review that, I decided to watch it again. So here's my review for *poor John Cleese impression* And Now For Something Completely Different. *H.A.K. blows up in a big explosion* Plot: This film really doesn't have a plot. It's basically a 90 ish long film containing some of Monty Python's best sketches from the show Monty Python's Flying Circus. This is a hilarious movie. I mean it's easy for me to say since I use to be super obsessed with Monty Python during most of my high school years, but fact is fact that Monty Python has given some of the best comedy sketches that have ever been created. "How Not to be Seen", "Parrot Sketch", "Nudge "Nudge, "Defense Against Fresh Fruit", "Lumberjack", "The Funniest Joke in the World", they're all just hilarious and memorable plain and simple. The main issue really anyone would have with this film or possibly really anything from Monty Python is that plenty of the jokes or sketches are the kind of humor that is primarily for British people and plenty of people outside of Britain will not enjoy the humor and find to be more stupid or revolting or otherwise just plain wrong. But that's something I can understand and agree with at certain points. While this film has some of the funniest things ever, there's some jokes and some of the really random things that they give us that I find to be rather stupid or just plain wrong. So with that I want to make very clear that the comedy for this film is NOT for everyone in the slightest. But aside from the face that there are a lot of things that you wont enjoy when you see this film, you'll still see the most classic sketches from Monty Python that will hopefully make watching this film very fun to watch. And that's my review for And Now for Something Completely Different.
Matt R (fr) wrote: A superhero flick so hilariously bad it almost makes it worth watching.