May 14, 2020
In 1995, Director Terry Gilliam finally buried the hatchet with Universal Studios over the Brazil situation and teamed up with the studio on his biggest film yet; a story about a time traveler from a plague-infested future sent back to learn what started the apocalypse only to have his sanity questioned, even by himself. Working with an A-list cast including Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe and Brad Pitt, 12 Monkeys would become Gilliam's biggest success both critically and commercially. But does the film deserve the acclaim or should it be buried deep underground? MovieDude Eric and Chris Tondevold travel back to find out.
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Music Courtesy of Johnny Ripper "Soundtrack for a film that doesn't Exist: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/johnny_ripper/soundtrack_for_a_film_that_doesnt_exist/johnny_ripper_-_soundtrack_for_a_film_that_doesnt_exist_-_22_sundown_1361