Thursday, 20 March 2014

The Zero Theorem - review

The plot of Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem centres on Christoph Waltz's character trying to prove "The Zero Theorem" in that 0 = 100% i.e. if nothing equals everything then everything also equals nothing and that this life and the universe is everything and nothing all at the same time therefore meaningless.

This is certainly true of the film because it is everything that Terry Gilliam is (unique, eccentric, baffling, odd, quirky, full of ideas, incomprehensible, frustrating) and also nothing, in that it is a truly awful film that will be seen as truly pointless and inconsequential in the grand scheme of things.

1 star

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