Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by IronParrot, Jun 24, 2002.
The Holy Grail is perhaps the best movie ever created besides SW
It was really tough to choose, but I went with Michael Palin. I mean, the guy was the Head Knight for the Knights Who Say Ni and the head Inquisitor!
The one who playerd Sir Arthur in Holy Grail.
For me it's a tie between Idle and Cleese.
The one who playerd (sic) Sir Arthur in Holy Grail.
That'd be Graham Chapman, I believe.
I couldn't pick; it's a tie between Cleese and Idle.
How come terry jones got no votes and gilliam did when gilliam was hardly in it?
I voted for Michael Palin. He is extremely underrated, I think.
wow... that is a hard, hard choice. it's very close between John Cleese, Eric Idle and Michael Palin.
(though the other pythons were also great in their roles... they were all wonderful)
Michael Palin's a great actor, but John Cleese is definitely the most creative...he wears those huge teeth when he's shooting movies. Acting with huge fake teeth over his real teeth, I think, makes him a great actor. That and he acts very well and ...and... I just had a flashback to A Fish Called Wanda with him strutting around naked, chanting in russian. I shudder at the thought.
John Cleese. The Ministry of Silly Walks sketch just cracks me up.
I couldn't separate Palin and Cleese, but I went with Palin because everyone else has gone with Cleese.
He was Sir Lancelot and I belive he was the Black Knight and he was te only one to get a career going after Monty Python.
Cleese and Palin.
Was there ever any doubt?
John Cleese. Hands down.
who was in the fish-slapping skit? I love that one.
Cleese the only one to get a career going after Python?
What about Terry Gilliam?
He is an award winning writer/director who has made many films, most acclaimed and with the exception of a couple, all have made a ton of money.