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The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies

The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies

Nothing is EverythingSep. 20, 2013107 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A hugely talented but socially isolated computer operator is tasked by Management to prove the Zero Theorem: that the universe ends as nothing, rendering life meaningless. But meaning is what he already craves.
Plot: A computer hacker’s goal to discover the reason for human existence continually finds his work interrupted thanks to the Management; this time, they send a teenager and lusty love interest to distract him.
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Gilliam has delivered a long-awaited return to Sci-Fi, which repeatedly bewilders, in that classic Gilliam style, which is set to dazzle the least likely of Sci-Fi fans.
“The Zero Theorem” (TBC) Director: Terry Gilliam. Starring: Christoph Waltz, Matt Damon, Mélanie Thierry and David Thewlis. Rated: TBC Running time: 107 minutes. Release date: 2014.

Set in the near future, Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) is constantly sat at his computer, working. Never able to enjoy his life, Qohen is constantly waiting for the a phone call, which he believes, will describe the purpose of his life. When re-assigned to work on ‘The Zero Theorem’ program at work, he begins to realise what life is really about.

Every year the BFI (British Film Institute) organises a brilliant event, named the British Film Festival. At the festival, film is honoured in spectacular form, with films being submitted from all over the world, including Britain.

Unfortunately (due to unforeseen circumstances) , I was only able to watch one film. I’m just glad it turned out to be, “The Zero Theorem”.

Terry Gilliam (“Life Of Brian” and “The Brothers Grimm”) has been directing films since 1968. Often though of (by me anyway!) as the director who defines, ‘cult’ films and nicknamed Captain Chaos, Gilliam constantly surprises audiences with audacious pieces of cinema; which really do entertain.

In recent years, Gilliam’s works have (arguably) become slightly worse, than his more fresh and original films, such as “Brazil”. From mystical beasts to a story following a travelling theatre company, Gilliam just hasn’t delivered a fine piece, for at least fifteen years. Thankfully, we can put those mistakes behind him; as, “The Zero Theorem” is a fantastic ride.

Approaching this storyline with stunning visuals and and an addictive style, “The Zero Theorem” has a plot which may not explore it’s ideas to a further degree, but entertains extremely well.

The film is quite daring, because it talks about exploring the purpose of life and the effects that it might leave on certain people. Nothing quite like his past efforts, Gilliam approaches this piece lightly and lets the film develop slowly as it goes along.

The cast are exceptional, with Christoph Waltz delivering an often comedic performance, that frequently mirrors the portrayal of his character (Dr. King Schultz) in “Django Unchained”. Mélanie Thierry plays Bainsley (A future type of prostitute) in an entirely believable role, which often proves how good an actress she really is. Matt Damon also acts well with his short, but pivotal role as ‘Management’ in a commonly bewitching cameo.

Gilliam has delivered a long-awaited return to Sci-Fi, which repeatedly bewilders, in that classic Gilliam style, which is set to dazzle the least likely of Sci-Fi fans.

7 stars out of 10.

Written by Scott Gentry.

Review By: ScottGentry Rating: 7 Date: 2013-10-22
Gilliam has delivered a long-awaited return to Sci-Fi, which repeatedly bewilders, in that classic Gilliam style, which is set to dazzle the least likely of Sci-Fi fans.
“The Zero Theorem” (TBC) Director: Terry Gilliam. Starring: Christoph Waltz, Matt Damon, Mélanie Thierry and David Thewlis. Rated: TBC Running time: 107 minutes. Release date: 2014.

Set in the near future, Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) is constantly sat at his computer, working. Never able to enjoy his life, Qohen is constantly waiting for the a phone call, which he believes, will describe the purpose of his life. When re-assigned to work on ‘The Zero Theorem’ program at work, he begins to realise what life is really about.

Every year the BFI (British Film Institute) organises a brilliant event, named the British Film Festival. At the festival, film is honoured in spectacular form, with films being submitted from all over the world, including Britain.

Unfortunately (due to unforeseen circumstances) , I was only able to watch one film. I’m just glad it turned out to be, “The Zero Theorem”.

Terry Gilliam (“Life Of Brian” and “The Brothers Grimm”) has been directing films since 1968. Often though of (by me anyway!) as the director who defines, ‘cult’ films and nicknamed Captain Chaos, Gilliam constantly surprises audiences with audacious pieces of cinema; which really do entertain.

In recent years, Gilliam’s works have (arguably) become slightly worse, than his more fresh and original films, such as “Brazil”. From mystical beasts to a story following a travelling theatre company, Gilliam just hasn’t delivered a fine piece, for at least fifteen years. Thankfully, we can put those mistakes behind him; as, “The Zero Theorem” is a fantastic ride.

Approaching this storyline with stunning visuals and and an addictive style, “The Zero Theorem” has a plot which may not explore it’s ideas to a further degree, but entertains extremely well.

The film is quite daring, because it talks about exploring the purpose of life and the effects that it might leave on certain people. Nothing quite like his past efforts, Gilliam approaches this piece lightly and lets the film develop slowly as it goes along.

The cast are exceptional, with Christoph Waltz delivering an often comedic performance, that frequently mirrors the portrayal of his character (Dr. King Schultz) in “Django Unchained”. Mélanie Thierry plays Bainsley (A future type of prostitute) in an entirely believable role, which often proves how good an actress she really is. Matt Damon also acts well with his short, but pivotal role as ‘Management’ in a commonly bewitching cameo.

Gilliam has delivered a long-awaited return to Sci-Fi, which repeatedly bewilders, in that classic Gilliam style, which is set to dazzle the least likely of Sci-Fi fans.

7 stars out of 10.

Written by Scott Gentry.

Review By: ScottGentry Rating: 7 Date: 2013-10-22

Other Information:

Original Title The Zero Theorem
Release Date 2013-09-20
Release Year 2013

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min)
Budget 8500000
Revenue 770706
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director Terry Gilliam
Writer Pat Rushin (screenplay), Terry Gilliam (additional dialogue)
Actors Christoph Waltz, Gwendoline Christie, Rupert Friend, Ray Cooper
Country UK, Romania, France, USA
Awards 2 wins & 7 nominations.
Production Company Voltage Pictures
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arricam LT
Laboratory DeLuxe, London, UK (prints), Technicolor, London, UK (digital intermediate) (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical), D-Cinema

The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies
The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies
The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies
The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies
The Zero Theorem 2013 123movies
Original title The Zero Theorem
TMDb Rating 6.1 864 votes

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