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Unfortunately, limitations still exist in such arrangements. But the whole movie was just great, the cast, the sets, just the whole picture was a great one. Animals are now ruling the ground above while the humans are down below, but scientists send James to the past of really meaning to send him to ’96 , to find out about information of the virus. Besides this, 12 Monkey’s storytelling is totally non-linear and instead opts to distort and bend the way the story is told skillfully incorporating a bevy of different time sequences: What is right and what is wrong? It’s got a real dramatic power.
The story is not perfect though, the connection to the start is nice but the ultimate twist behind the virus just seems to have been thrown in to keep the film tidy; a minor complaint though because even then the main thrust of the story Cole keeps it together. Moreover, he had a good nose about the cast. Overall this is a great sci-fi; the story is great and is only helped by Gilliam’s imaginative direction and awareness of the fantastic. No matter how he tries, he’s a prisoner of the time. So you’re telling me those people in the mental institution are He tells them the future, of course no one believes him, he goes back to the future. It is only justice that such an individual should be unfettered in his attempts to convey a concept. Unfortunately, limitations still exist in such arrangements.
Overall this is a great sci-fi; the story is great and is only helped by Gilliam’s imaginative direction and awareness of the fantastic. What sets 12 Monkeys apart from most time-travel sci-fi movies is that Bruce Willis character actually deals with what the psychological effects of time-travel, that is, not knowing what reality is actual reality: But the scientists send him back to the correct year to where subtitlrs doctor is kidnapped monkesy James, but he tells her more, and believes him.
It tells of some of the creative pitfalls in filmmaking, including a test of mettle when preview screenings tested poorly, striking the team with feelings of self-doubt and despair. Language Set favourite s. Back with Universal after his long, arduous battle with them over “Brazil”, Terry had achieved what he wanted most; the “final cut”.
Here, a jaded and hopeless character which you could nickname a prisoner took over from a fearless and invincible hero as it was the case in “Die hard”. The film benefits from great turns from the cast.
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No matter how he tries, he’s a prisoner of the time. In a future world devastated by disease, a convict is sent back in time to gather information about the man-made virus that wiped out most of the human population on the planet.
The scenes are often bathed in a strangely antiseptic, dead white and help serve as a contrast to the often veering-on-madness characters. At the time, the only words that escaped my mouth were “Awesome. Moreover, he had a good nose about the cast. The Universal Collector’s Edition DVD of this film is simply amazing, although most of the bonus features aren’t listed on the box. The twisting plot plays with both Cole’s and our sense of reality and it is genuinely gripping from start to finish Gilliam’s direction is superb, whether it be the realistic world of the ‘s filmed with clever angles and shots or the wonderfully twisted world of the future, it is all excellent and was such a pleasant find in my local cinema at the time.
But the whole movie was just great, the cast, the sets, just the whole picture was a great one. Downbeat, imaginative, engaging and one of the more accessible of Gilliam’s films, it stands out as one of the best American sci-fi’s of the past few decades. Kathryn Raily and another mental patient, Jeffrey Goines.
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The actors all did a terrific job, I give a lot of credit to Bruce, during his scene in the car with his psychiatrist, he really got to me. She holds her own, subsfene her character with both wild energy and strength as she collapses under the weight of what twelvs comes to believe is a false ‘religion. An outstanding screenplay, a sustained rhythm, clever sometimes ironic dialogs.
He didn’t over do his character, who was crazy, and just made it work and was extremely believable.
Some good and some bad, but it was one of those films you had to pay attention to every second, so I was a bit worried. It is only justice that such an individual should be unfettered in his attempts to convey a concept. So you’re telling me those people in the mental institution are However, sent to by accident, Cole finds himself in a mental hospital where he meets From the very start this film marks itself out as being very much a Terry Gilliam product and those who hate his work will probably dislike this film for the same reason.
With cold, wide, and immersing cinematography, Gilliam plunges into the colorless surroundings and darkness of his characters. Besides this, 12 Monkey’s storytelling is totally non-linear and instead opts to distort and bend the way the story is told skillfully incorporating a bevy of different time sequences: Like I said the story was so scary just because it’s not at all hard to believe that we are not far from that happening.
Unfortunately, limitations still exist in such arrangements. All serve to envelop the viewer into its disturbing cacophony of madness and futility. The story was just scary, but very good and a wake up call. But I watched it last night and I was really impressed, this movie had everything in it: Terry is a master craftsman, and each shot is like a beautifully conceived painting that has been constructed carefully with determination and conviction.
Just because I felt like for a minute if this was going to be one of those films that I had to watch several times to get. But Brad Pitt, I’m just amazed with how much of a great job he did.
Meanwhile the cast are very strong, with the famous leads giving some of their best performances to date. Performance-wise, Brad Pitt steals most scenes, filling them with a patented loony, off-the-wall performance that deservedly garnered him an Oscar nomination. Stowe is very much in the shadow of these two but she holds her own well.
However, pleasing people like that is not my concern and 12 Monkeys is actually one of Gilliam’s most accessible films as it sets his imaginative style within a narrative that is satisfyingly complex and thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. It’s a fresh, innovative concept, and it works beautifully thanks to a tautly written script by Peoples and Gilliam’s unique brand of dementia. This film was the first one that Terry Gilliam directed that he didn’t have a hand in the writing credit for.
But this terrific movie is also a reflection about man, the dangers he dreads notably, the ones that could cause the end of the world and here, these are virus that can create illnesses. Also, the film recognizes that things that have past cannot be altered and that the prevention of a cataclysmic event, in this case the release of said virus, cannot be stopped or changed.
In the future humans exist underground, the surface having become uninhabitable due to the release of a virus years before in The story is intriguing and thought provoking, and the acting is first rate from all the principals. Willis is superb as he spins from madness to sanity and back again; he underplays all the way and is so much better than the wise-cracking everyman that he is better known for.
Its rich, well-thought out, intricate storyline along with bravura performances from the entire cast and its brooding, bleak cinematography make it a masterpiece of madness. It had a Terminator type of feel to it where we might loose something precious one day, ourselves if we don’t listen to others. Ranking in my top 10 of all time, 12 Monkeys is a darkly lavish spectacle of a film brimming with brilliance.
Visually, Gilliam is a master of desolate umbrage and shadow rivalling Tim Burton in his strikingly despondent scenery and imagery. The movie contains a very thrilling end too.