Monty Python's Life Of Brian DVD £3.49 @ Amazon & Play
Monty Python's Life Of Brian DVD £3.49 @ Amazon & Play

Monty Python's Life Of Brian DVD £3.49 @ Amazon & Play

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Monty Python delivers a scathing, anarchic satire of both religion and Hollywood's depiction of all things biblical with their second film. The setting is Judea 33 A.D, a time of poverty and chaos, with no shortage of messiahs, followers willing to believe in them, and exasperated Romans trying to impose some order. At the centre of it all is Brian Cohen (Graham Chapman), a reluctant would-be messiah who rises to prominence as a result of a series of absurd and truly hilarious circumstances providing ample opportunity for the entire ensemble (John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, and Chapman) to shine in multiple roles as they mock everyone and everything from ex-lepers, Pontius Pilate, and the art of haggling to crazy prophets, Roman centurions, and crucifixion.


£3.49 ? For this DVD? £3.49 ? ! Look at it. It's worth ten if it's worth a shekel !!! lol..

i'd snap it up if they threw in a gourd !!!...

It's not a DVD. It's a very naughty boy!

Oh my……….. Blasphemy Heat added

I'm Brian, and so's my wife

Brian: I'm not the Messiah! Will you please listen? I am not the Messiah, do you understand? Honestly!
Girl: Only the true Messiah denies His divinity.
Brian: What? Well, what sort of chance does that give me? All right! I am the Messiah!
Followers: He is! He is the Messiah!
Brian: Now, f*ck off!
Arthur: How shall we f*ck off, O Lord?

Ohh, I hate wearing these beards.

Why aren't women allowed go to stonings, Mum?

It's written. That's why.

Pssst! Beard, madam?

DONKEY OWNER: Oh, look. I haven't got time to go to no stonings. He's not well again.

hee-haw hee-haw


MANDY: Naah. They've got a lot there, lying around on the ground.

HARRY THE HAGGLER: Oh, not like these, sir. Look at this. Feel the quality of that. That's craftsmanship, sir.

MANDY: Hmmm. Aah, all right. We'll have, uh, two with points and... a big flat one.

BRIAN: Could I have a flat one, Mum?


BRIAN: Sorry. Dad.

MANDY: Ehh, all right. Two points, ah, two flats, and a packet of gravel.

HARRY THE HAGGLER: Should be a good one this afternoon. Local boy.

And the demon shall bear a nine bladed sword. NINE bladed. Not two, or five or seven, but NINE!

This could be a long thread.

Surely anyone who wants (needs?) this has it by now?


Surely anyone who wants (needs?) this has it by now?

But kids might not know where their dads put it the night before.

There shall in that time be rumors of things going astray, and there shall be a great confusion as to where things really are, and nobody will really know where lieth those little things with the sort of raffia-work base, that has an attachment. At that time, a friend shall lose his friend’s hammer, and the young shall not know where lieth the things possessed by their fathers that their fathers put there only just the night before, about eight o'clock.

A good point Toxteth and well made.

One more time mate, i'll take you to the f##king cleaners.

BTW - Did you get all 604 back out again?
Edited by: "fredos" 22nd Jan 2011
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