- 85 min
- Directed by: Terry Jones
- Cast: Simon Pegg, Kate Beckinsale, Robin Williams, Terry Jones, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin
- UK release: 14 August 2015
A council of aliens (Cleese, Idle, Palin, Gilliam, Jones) mean to destroy Earth, but first have to bestow absolute power on one Earthling, in this case singleton teacher Neil (Pegg). Tragically laugh-free effort by the director of Life of Brian; surely this knob gag of a film can't be the last Python movie collaboration.
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Absolutely Anything12 Aug 2015
Simon Pegg and Kate Beckinsale head up an awful sci-fi comedy from Terry Jones
Simon Pegg continues his wretched form when it comes to British comedies not helmed by Edgar Wright. This latest effort, co-written and directed by the once great Terry Jones, ranks alongside Run Fatboy Run and Hector and the Search for Happiness for…
Simon Pegg: Robin Williams may not have finished film15 Aug 2014
Simon Pegg is worried Robin Williams didn't complete their movie before he died. The 44-year-old actor thinks it would be a "shame" if the voice of Dennis the dog in 'Absolutely Anything' had to be re-cast because he is unsure whether Williams - who…
Kate Beckinsale to star in Absolutely Anything27 Feb 2014
Kate Beckinsale has been cast in 'Absolutely Anything'. The 40-year-old actress - who will next hit the big screen in legal drama 'The Trials of Cate McCall' - will star alongside Simon Pegg in the forthcoming comedy which is being helmed by Terry…
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