The Zero Theorem

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Rene avatar

I'm baffled by the lackluster reception of this film by the critical establishment. It's nearly perfect. Every actor delivers a spot on and unique take of their respective characters. Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton and Melanie Thierry performances are vulnerable, complex and nuanced. The ...Read more

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Not Gilliam's best work. The design and cinematography was good though. I think it could have been more better from what I experienced from his past films.

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The film was not what I thought it would be; about space and outer space. I could not watch it.

Lauren avatar

Not my favorite Gilliam movie but I thoroughly enjoyed it. The production design/art direction was absolutely wonderful. I love a good dystopian story and the cast is great, especially Christoph Waltz and Tilda Swinton (who is always amazing).

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could not get through this. the costume and set design were beautiful though.

Anonymous picture

A somewhat sarcastic and very dark view of a dystopian surveillance state, goverened by virtual reality and mind control chaos at every level. . .somewhat akin to being trapped in Times Square and a Las Vegas casino simultaneously. . .the ultimate nightmare. . .especially for a brilliant ...Read more

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