Monty Python

First Look: Terry Gilliam's ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

It’s quite something to hear words of optimism and positivity coming from <b>Terry Gilliam</b> about the albatross around his neck that has been “<b>The Man Who</b> …

Filmmaking

Here's Your First Look At The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited <b>The Man Who Killed Don Quixote</b> gets a first-look image featuring Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce. Later this year, Gilliam …

Terry Gilliam

Dealhacker: Get Free Amazon Delivery On Movies, Books And Music

Amazon Australia is offering free delivery on movies, books and music until March 11. There's no minimum spend and no limit on how many items you …

British Humour

What the Hell Else Did They Expect?

The Iraqi army got US-made M-1 Abrams tanks (older generation) from the Americans. [stderr] It’s the world’s premier main battle tank; the gold …

Middle East

Give Your Kids a Playlist of Your Favorite Songs

“Uptown got its hustlers, the Bowery got its bums. Forty-second Street got big Jim Walker, he a pool-shootin’ son of a gun.”<p>Jim Croce sang those …

Eddie Vedder

First The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Photo Revealed

Making the rounds of the European Film Market is the first official photo (via Andrea Corsini) from director Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited <b>The Man Who</b> …

Literature

Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce Star in First Photo of 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote'

Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce play two men who think they’re reenacting the misadventures of the famous Spanish knight in Terry Gilliam’s dream …

Terry Gilliam

Danny Boyle Would Be a Disastrous Choice to Direct the Next James Bond Movie — Opinion

Boyle is all wrong for Bond, but these five other British filmmakers would shoot the living daylights out of the last Daniel Craig movie.<p>Last April, …

Celebrity News (UK)

These 30 Films Have The Guillermo del Toro Seal Of Approval

Picking up a whopping thirteen Oscar nominations and two Baftas for his latest movie <i>The Shape of Water</i>, <b>Guillermo del Toro</b> is a definitely a man to be …

Akira Kurosawa

Kevin Kline almost didn't bother going to the Oscars the night he won Best Supporting Actor

<i>To read more about the greatest untold stories of Hollywood’s biggest night, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday, or buy</i> …

John Cleese

Sally Hawkins Tears Up Thinking About Her Inspiring Mother

Just thinking about the impact her mother had on her life is enough to make <i>The Shape of Water</i> star Sally Hawkins get emotional.<p>“There are a few women …

Sally Hawkins

From ‘Yes Minister’ to amateur comedy, these videos are reminders of the Nirav Modi fraud

The foundation of all great comedy is the truth.<p>Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi’s financial scandal involving Punjab National Bank and other banks is not …

India

5 theater shows to be restaged in 2018

MANILA – Did you miss some of the country’s hit theater shows in 2017?<p>You’re in luck because this year, these local productions are set to return for …

Philippines

Florida Dem Demands Legislators Resign if They Won't Do 'Something' After School Shooting

Fox News’ Harris Faulkner interviewed Florida state representative Jared Moskowitz (D) about the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida. If the …

Conservative View

Fawlty Towers one liners: The best of bumbling Basil Fawlty

<b>A British treasure, John Cleese is one of the country’s best-loved comedians, especially for his role of shady hotelier Basil Fawlty.</b><p>Cleese, now a …

Entertainment (UK)

John Cleese's new comedy set to bomb as viewers slam 'unfunny' Hold The Sunset

John Cleese’s new BBC1 sitcom Hold The Sunset had 6.2 million viewers on Sunday, making it the biggest comedy launch since Still Open All Hours in …

Television (UK)

Mosaic review – Sharon Stone brings icy charisma to Steven Soderbergh’s murder-mystery

It is not clear what went on in this mountain retreat for the rich, but Stone’s performance keeps you watching. Plus: John Cleese returns to the BBC in Hold the Sunset<p>Brrr, it looks cold in Summit, Utah. It is a mountain resort for rich people, so there is snow, obviously, and the icy heart of …

Celebrity News (UK)

The dumbest armour in PC gaming history

Historically, the main purpose of armor was to protect your guts from incoming weapons or look shiny and impressive for ceremonial purposes. In …

PC Gaming

Henry Rollins Will Be Back For More Cannibal Carnage in He Never Died 2

When the trailer for <i>Solo: A Star Wars Story</i> dropped a couple weeks ago, I watched it with a tinge of dread. See, Han Solo traumatized me as a child. …

Horror Movies

Not Monie For Nothing

IT TAKES a certain kind of chutzpah for someone to change direction of their careers and go in for something totally different. Life after all, is …

British Humour

Behind the scenes of The Death of Stalin – told as a short screenplay by writer David Schneider

In the Loop in communist Russia...<p>Satirical comedy <i>The Death of Stalin</i> tells the story of the Soviet power struggles after the dictator died in 1953. …

Film (UK)

Hold the Sunset, episode one, review: John Cleese’s big sitcom return fizzes with comic energy

It is 43 years since John Cleese last appeared in a BBC sitcom. You may remember it – hotel in Torquay, rude owner, hapless staff. Fawlty Towers only ran for 12 episodes in the Seventies but no British sitcom has ever had quite the same cultural impact. As Shane Allen, the BBC’s head of comedy …

Television (UK)

Hold the Sunset premiere didn't impress viewers

John Cleese's TV return did not go down well.<p>John Cleese was back on TV screens with <i>Hold the Sunset</i> on Sunday night (February 18), and viewers were …

Television (UK)

Gorka: Mueller's Russia Probe Is Like 'A Bad 'SNL' Skit'

Former Trump adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka said former FBI Director Robert Mueller's investigation into allegations of collusion between Trump associates and Russian actors is like a forgettable segment of "Saturday Night Live."<p>"We have spent millions... of taxpayer dollars, thousands of man hours …

Donald Trump

What’s on telly tonight? Our pick of the best shows on Sunday 18th February

What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Sunday 18th February<p>Hold the Sunset, 7.30pm, BBC1<p>It’s …

Television (UK)

Blooming Europe needs to grasp nettle of reform

British Humour

Sunday’s best TV: Akala’s Odyssey; The First Brit; British Academy Film Awards 2018

The rapper explores Homer’s odyssey, Cheddar Man gets his moment in the sun and Joanna Lumley dishes out the Bafta gongs<p>Akala’s Odyssey<p>9pm, BBC Four<p>Those with fixed notions about “high” and “low” culture might scoff at the idea of a hip-hop artist checking out Homer’s Odyssey. Akala, however, …

Award Shows

A graphic tree-hug

Thursday, 12:10am<br>10 October 2013<p>Pulp!, a 1989 newspaper devoted to trees, drew attention to green issues through art, illustration, writing and …

David Hockney

The PM and his deputy: Can we focus attention on things that affect all?

For sure, the Barnaby Joyce affair has been centre stage, but there is a country to govern, too.

Barnaby Joyce

Photo Finish NASCAR Race Started Its Five Overtime Sessions At Daytona With The Big One

Rejoice! NASCAR’s regular season is back, ready to fill that empty hole in your heart with cars once more. You know, much like how their second-tier …

Motorsport