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Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher

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96 minJUL 17
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What… is our name?

Cineppraisal.

What... is our quest?

To talk about our favorite movies.

What... is this way of speaking?

Watch the film and find out!



Today, we’re discussing one of the most beloved and long-lasting comedies of all time, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Black Knights, French Taunters, Bridges of Peril, Plagues, Self-Flagellations, Non-Witches, Political Arguments, Temptresses, Bloody Weddings, Eccentric Enchanters, and of course, Killer Rabbits may or may not be a part of your viewing experience. It is ridiculous? Yes. Is it quotable? Yes. Are there lots of questions? Most definitely. It’s a film unlike any other, so join us in our quest… for the Holy Grail.


Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film.


Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher

Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com

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Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films

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Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist

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Monty Python and the Holy Grail was directed by Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones and released in 1975 by Python (Monty) Pictures. The screenplay was written by Monty Python, with music by De Wolfe Limited and Neil Innes.