Thirty years ago, Terry Gilliam triumphed over studio exec Sid Sheinberg to bring his version of 1985’s Brazil to theaters. Gilliam’s final cut proved to be a truly unique piece of cinema and was perhaps the first and last time Gilliam would really see his vision for a movie fully realized. Nate and Ryan have historically disagreed on this one, but Nate asserts that his bad memories of the movie were most likely due to a matter of watching it at the wrong time.
We’d love to know your thoughts on Brazil and Terry Gilliam. Can you get that theme out of your head? Is the ending too dark? Do you actually prefer the Love Conquers All version?
Plus, give us your thoughts on our next movie, Nightmare on Elm Street.