Columbia Pictures | Release Date: March 10, 1989
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Universal acclaim based on 28 Ratings
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AntonyCNov 9, 2008
Possibly the most highly detailed, witty and satisfying of Gilliam's films and, inasmuch, Munchausen is one of the most entertaining films ever made.
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Compi24Dec 14, 2013
Touching on compelling thematic ideas such as the importance of imagination, the nature of death, and even Cartesian Dualism, Terry Gilliam's "The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen" may be a potentially batty picture, but thanks to someTouching on compelling thematic ideas such as the importance of imagination, the nature of death, and even Cartesian Dualism, Terry Gilliam's "The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen" may be a potentially batty picture, but thanks to some delightful humor and breathtaking sets, it's also damn fun. Expand
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KristianBKAug 13, 2014
A little bit too long, the movie doesn't fail to entertain. Gilliam had a great vision and an idea of imagination and he successfully put it on the screen. Great performances, matching music and a touch of Terry. Even non-Gilliam lovers areA little bit too long, the movie doesn't fail to entertain. Gilliam had a great vision and an idea of imagination and he successfully put it on the screen. Great performances, matching music and a touch of Terry. Even non-Gilliam lovers are going to at least like this movie. Expand
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talisencrwSep 21, 2014
I had the misfortune first of watching the German propaganda film before this. This is the way to tell the story. Perfect use of Gilliam's imagination and gifts as a visual filmmaker.
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JeanDuchampNov 16, 2016
I never get tired of seeing it again and again. It's what the true art must be - rich, deep, creative, imaginative, sarcastic and wise! And even something else, always something else!
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