Monty Python Live (Mostly)


Action / Comedy / Documentary / Musical

Plot summary

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Top cast

Mike Myers Photo
Mike Myers as Himself
Warwick Davis Photo
Warwick Davis as Himself
Eric Idle Photo
Eric Idle as Spanish Guitarist / First Yorkshireman / Noël Coward / Michelangelo / First Bruce / Graham aka Hamrag Yatlerot / Himself / First Poofy Judge / Arthur Nudge / Chris / Man in Pink / Mr. Bun
John Cleese Photo
John Cleese as Llama lecturer / Second Yorkshireman / Armless Officer / Pope Julius II / Vocational Guidance Counsellor / Officer Praline / Himself / Pepperpot / Second Penguin on Telly Pepperpot / Albatross Seller / Miss Anne Elk / Mr. Barnard / Eric Praline
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1.23 GB
English 2.0
25 fps
2 hr 16 min
P/S 1 / 3
2.53 GB
English 5.1
25 fps
2 hr 16 min
P/S 2 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by pmtelefon10 / 10

The greatest concert movie ever made

I've seen quite a few concert movies but "Monty Python Live (mostly)" is the only one that made me feel like I didn't miss anything by not being there. They also did a great job making seem like Graham Chapman was part of the show. The boys are in great form. Terry Gilliam is out of his league but that's okay because he's not really a stage performer. I really wish I was at this show. Oh well, maybe next time. Honorable mention John Cleese's giant belly.

Reviewed by MartinHafer7 / 10

Good but you can't go back.

Back in the early 1970s, the Monty Python troop made a wonderful film, "And Now For Something Completely Different", and it consisted of the guys remaking their best skits from their TV show for a movie audience. The production values were a bit better and their accents were deliberately softened and the overall effort is, in my opinion, their second best film (after "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"). Now a similar sort of thing has been created--but instead of shooting it in sets like you would for a typical film, it was presented in front of a live audience (like "Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl") and it is, apparently, the group's final performance.

As a HUGE fan of the show, I was actually very disappointed in this film even though I did enjoy it. Much of it is due to the old saying 'you can't go back'--and after many decades the performances seemed a bit flat. Additionally, and I think this is a bigger problem, the skits offer no improvements over the originals. In most cases, it's almost a word-for-word recreation and there is nothing new or energetic about the whole affair. At least with "And Now For Something Completely Different" the skits LOOKED a lot better--but here they didn't. And, oddly, many of the team's best skits were not included in this performance. Not terrible...but it just isn't what I'd recommend to anyone who isn't a die-hard fan.

Reviewed by kayabay9 / 10

They've done it again, & I hope they'll do it again...

The Monty Pythons are a myth. Not because they're funny, but because they introduced a totally new concept to the audience. And for the last 45 years they've never been forgotten as their last appearance showed to the entire World.

The O2 event is totally a success, and so is the movie/concert/show whatever you call it recorded and distributed.

Some people would suggest that all the jokes and scenes are the copies of the old ones, but they aren't. They've always been different, and say no more, may be we like to watch them over and over again just because they're all brilliant.

This is not only a comedy show, but also a concert in which you'll find all the extraordinary songs & melodies they've put together in all those years.

They call themselves as old farts, but who do you reckon calling themselves old farts after all those years ? They're the living proof of men WHO always feel as a child, act as a child but in the contrary gave you a deductive brief idea of things going around you.

Thanks for the effort of all the amazing team behind and Long Live Monty Pythons !

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