Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life – Monty Python Series

We have discovered The Meaning of Life! Sort of. Actually not really. But what we have discovered is we like talking about movies, and a movie we like to talk about is Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life! On the final episode in our Python series, we are joined by local stand-up comic and the host of The Town Crier Podcast, Nathan Hults!

We want to hear from you! What is your favorite scene from Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life?

The Box Office

The box office STILL can’t keep an old man down. Liam Neeson’s The Marksman tops the box office again with $2.03 million. Sticking at number two is The Croods: A New Age with $1.82 million. Wonder Woman 1984 continues to hover at number three with $1.6 million. Paul W.S. Anderson’s Monster Hunter moves up a spot and takes number four with $820,000. This moves Tom Hank’s News of the World to the number five spot with $810,000.

The News

The news this week gives a glimpse into some big monsters to come. Warner Bros. released their first trailer for the upcoming Godzilla vs Kong set to release in March. Who’s side will you be on?

Rumor has it that Liam Neeson has been approached by past collaborator Seth McFarlane to reboot the Naked Gun franchise. This would have Neeson taking on the iconic role that Leslie Nielsen.

Next in the rumor mill is that Warner Bros. is looking to making a prequel to the Willy Wonka franchise. Names that have been thrown around are Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet. These names show that there might be some interesting approaches being considered by the studio. What do you think?

The Shameless Plugs

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About the Author
Brian is one of the co-founders of Back Lot 605. Movies have always been a passion of his. Some of his closest friends call him a walking movie database. He grew up watching classics like Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, and Star Wars. He has a soft spot for good classics like The Sting, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Sound of Music, & The Wizard of Oz. Brian enjoys a good comic book movie any day and loves The Marvel Cinematic Universe. He has a nerd crush on Kevin Smith, Quentin Tarantino, & Robert Rodriguez. He has been married for ten years and has two handsome twin sons.
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