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The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is a movie starring José Luis Ferrer, Ismael Fritschi, and Juan López-Tagle. Toby, a disillusioned film director, is pulled into a world of time-jumping fantasy when a Spanish cobbler believes him to...

Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy
Terry Gilliam
José Luis Ferrer, Ismael Fritschi, Adam Driver, Juan López-Tagle

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Genres Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy
Director Terry Gilliam
Writer Terry Gilliam, Tony Grisoni, Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra
Stars José Luis Ferrer, Ismael Fritschi, Adam Driver, Juan López-Tagle
Country Portugal, France, Belgium, UK, Spain
Also Known As Ο Ανθρωπος που Σκότωσε τον Δον Κιχώτη, Mees, kes tappis Don Quijote, Don Kişot'u Öldüren Adam, Žmogus, kuris nužude Don Kichotą, Muz, ktorý zabil Dona Quijota, 誰殺了唐吉訶德, Muz, který zabil Dona Quijota, Człowiek, który zabił Don Kichota, L'homme qui tua Don Quichotte, O Homem que Matou Dom Quixote, El hombre que mató a Don Quijote, L'uomo che uccise Don Chisciotte, O Homem Que Matou Don Quixote, Omul care l-a ucis pe Don Quijote, Az ember, aki megölte Don Quixote-t, テリー・ギリアムのドン・キホーテ
Runtime 2 h 12 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Toby, a cynical but supposedly genius film director finds himself trapped in the outrageous delusions of an old Spanish shoe-maker who believes himself to be Don Quixote. In the course of their comic and increasingly surreal adventures, Toby is forced to confront the tragic repercussions of a film he made in his idealistic youth - a film that changed the hopes and dreams of a small Spanish village forever. Can Toby make amends and regain his humanity? Can Don Quixote survive his madness and imminent death? Or will love conquer all?

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Monday, 08 Feb 2021 02:25

Darling, I am the man who killed Don Quixote. If you want to see a great movie about the life and times of Don Quixote and don't mind a bit of tragedy and action, then you've come to the right place. I am the man who killed Don Quixote. I was born and raised in L.A. I went to high school in San Fernando Valley and Southern California. I graduated from the same high school as Jim Carrey and now am a star at USC. I am a real person, not a fake. Don't believe the hype. Don't believe the bad reviews. You will enjoy the movie and you will have a good time. You won't hate the movie because of your hatred of Jim Carrey or the studio. There are two types of people who are going to hate this movie: those who hate Jim Carrey and those who hated Don Quixote and Don Quixote and Don Quixote. Don't believe the hate. You will love it. And I really think Jim Carrey should win a Best Actor Oscar for his performance in this movie. Jim Carrey is not only a fantastic actor. He is a great comic. Jim Carrey and Don Quixote are two of the funniest characters in movie history. I think he should win an Oscar for his performance. I know there are a lot of people out there who hate Jim Carrey and think he should win an Oscar for this performance, but I don't think Jim Carrey should. Jim Carrey was born and raised in Los Angeles. His acting style is different from the rest of the people who are going to hate this movie. Jim Carrey is a talented comic and he is a great comic. You will love this movie, and you will have a good time. I promise.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 03:20

This is the first review I have ever written for a film. I believe that all films have a journey. The journey we take when we watch a film is different to the journey we take when we watch a play. The play doesn't have a beginning, middle and end. It just starts. We get to know the characters, their problems, their love, their hopes, their dreams and their fears. When we watch a film, we also get to know the director, the actors, the sets, the equipment, the locations and the locations we actually see. I watched the first half of the film and then the film went on for almost 2 hours. I found myself talking with the film's director, hearing the actors say what was on the screen, seeing the sets, seeing the sets we actually saw and noticing the set we didn't see. I thought I was seeing a play. I think this is what I love about film. I watch film knowing that I am actually seeing a film. I am not just watching a play. I am watching a film. A film that takes me on a journey, a journey that takes me into the mind of the film maker and it takes me to a place that I have never been before. That is what I loved about the film. I also loved the score. It was all of the instruments from the opera, the piano, the violin, the cello, the flute, the harpsichord and everything in between. I loved the way it was put together. The theme, the originality, the innovative, the very sound of the instrument that were used in the film. It was just a wonderful music. It is very rare that I get that. When I see music, I think of it as a musical. This is a musical. I felt that it was all of the instruments. It was a perfect film. The story is strong and the story is simple. I don't think there is much more that I can say about this film. I have just watched it and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. It was a journey, a journey into the mind of a film maker and it is a film that I will be watching again. I give it a 10.
Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 09:50

Of course I was very excited to see the latest film in the long-running and slightly-misunderstood "Don Quixote" trilogy, which has been praised for its creativity, engaging, sometimes-memorable characters, and occasionally-spooky-but-sometimes-appealing visual style. As someone who's read the stories and seen the various versions, I've always thought that there are a lot of elements that seem to get left out or the right-side-up, but it's always great to see how a new take on a story can be even more compelling and fun than the original. So I was very pleased to find that the first installment, "Don Quixote" (not to be confused with the "Don Quixote" series, which I've never read), does a great job of capturing the spirit and essence of the stories. The story is very different from the others, and so is the tone of the film. It's not the typical "happy-end" ending for which I'm used to seeing films. Instead, the story has a darker, more gritty feel to it. The story also has a very personal, almost quirky feel to it, but one that is still very much clear. As far as the characters go, this one is no different than the others, except that the character of Don Quixote has a very different role in the story. In this one, he is more of a love interest, but we can't help but be drawn to him throughout the movie. And the characters of the other stories are just as entertaining as the other. As a story, "Don Quixote" is one of the best in the series. The writing is tight, the story is strong, the performances are top-notch, and the direction is masterful. But the best thing about this film is that it captures the essence of the story. As someone who's never read the stories, I can tell you that there are a lot of nuances that you might not pick up on when watching it. It's a subtle movie, but one that makes you remember that you're watching a movie rather than reading a book. Overall, "Don Quixote" is a perfect adaptation of the Don Quixote stories, and a great movie for the entire family. 9/10

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