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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988)

NOTE: This commentary is only available on the 20th Anniversary Edition DVD released in April 2008; the original DVD release didn't have a commentary track. A different commentary track was available on the Nike Air Max Pas Cher %% TN Nike Pas Cher %% Air Max Pas Cher

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Terry Gilliam and co-writer/actor Charles McKeown Rating:8.3/10 (7 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on February 16th, 2013:Find all reviews by Hungry Baz
Terry is always a delight to listen to. He talks about the nightmarish production of this movie, how everyone suffered but were lucky to come out alive. How scenes couldn't be shot due to budget problems, Sean Connery was originally cast as King of the Moon, how brave Uma Thurman was doing her nude scene at the age of 17, working with the cast, how crazy Robin Williams was, the development of the characters, the design and all the good stuff you'd expect to hear in a Gilliam commentary.

Charles doesn't say much.
Reviewed by reidca on July 31st, 2018:Find all reviews by reidca
Second everything that Hungry Baz has said this is a deliciously terrific commentary. Gilliam is always a joy to listen to, he’s so full of life and is alternately funny and insightful and informative. Agree that McKeown doesn’t have a lot to say but still he seems to work nicely as a sidekick and someone for Gilliam to bounce off. A must if you are a fan of Gilliam and/or the film. 9/10