The Brothers Grimm

The Brothers Grimm

DVD - 2005
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"Once Upon A Time...Matt Damon (The Bourne Supremacy, Ocean's 12) and Heath Ledger (The Patriot, A Knight's Tale) team up to bring you one of the year's most fantastic adventures in this magical tale based on the lives of the legendary storytellers. Will and Jake Grimm (Damon and Ledger) dazzle small towns with their imaginative folklore and elaborate illusions. But when the brothers journey into a real enchanted forest, they encounter many of the fantastic characters and thrilling situations found in their beloved fairy tales! From the award-winning director of Twelve Monkeys, Brazil and Monty Python And The Holy Grail, this fabulous motion picture is sure to leave you living happily ever after!"--Container.
Publisher: Montré́al, Québec : distributed exclusively in Canada by Alliance Atlantis/Motion Picture Distribution, c2005
Branch Call Number: DVD BRO Fan
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (118 min.) : 5.1 Dolby digital Surround sd., col. ; 12 cm


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Oct 07, 2015

One of the worst movies I've ever seen. Walked out of the theatre after the kitten incident. Can't imagine that it improved after that...

Mar 20, 2012

So very disappointed in Terry Gilliam. I used to be able to rely on him as a storyteller. This tale had such promise, having many elements I love, but it soured fairly quick, then lost me. There was a definite lack of continuity. As usual, though, brilliant eye with the camera. It's sad, this could have been very good.

mrzipan22 Mar 06, 2012

not nearly as bad as Tideland

Mar 04, 2012

I'd that this film was a bit of a trainwreck but as a big Terry Gilliam fan I felt I had to check it out and judge for myself. Alas, the general consensus that the movie was a disappointment is, if anything, generous. I won't produce a tedious list of the film's defects, but in my view the biggest problems began in casting. The usually dependable Swedish actor Peter Stormare, for example, as an Italian torturer and assassin, was just embarrassing, and Lean Headley as the love interest was not convincing in her "maiden of the forest" role. Even Jonathan Pryce, consummate scenery masticator that he is, gives a career low turn out as "Zee French generrall". In sum, the tone is too scary for small children but the plot and performances too insipid for adults- to be avoided.

avisualfeel Nov 14, 2011

Great the way Terry Gilliam takes the world of fairy tales & spins his own medieval yarn. Some of the characters are hillarious as well as the scenery and set designs throughout.

aaa5756 Jun 23, 2011


Apr 18, 2011

Really enjoyed this movie:)

Mar 05, 2011

entertaining. My 7 and 8 year olds liked it but I would not recommend it for younger ones - a bit too scary.

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Jan 16, 2012

herojuliet thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over


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