The Meaning of Life ★★★★½

Except for the opening sequence, which goes on about 15 minutes too long for my taste, this is a brilliant collection of loosely-connected sketches. I could list any number of scenes as my favorite, but for now I'd have to say my favorite is the sketch in which a man (Graham Chapman) is describing the virtues of Protestantism to his wife (Eric Idle), who slowly becomes increasingly more aroused throughout the scene.

It's hard to believe this film is over 30 years old.

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