Posted by: ckckred | January 29, 2014

Trailer Analysis: The Zero Theorem

There are plenty of reasons to look forward to 2014 with new movies by Paul Thomas Anderson and Terence Malick coming out.  Now we could look forward to another as of Monday a new full-length trailer for Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem debuted.

The trailer, which has the vibe of Brazil and 12 Monkeys, is a return for Gilliam in examining the society in a futuristic/apocalyptic world.  Gilliam isn’t a director often entrusted with large budgets because despite his critical reputation his films aren’t hugely financially successful, so I’m pleased to see that (at least from the trailer) he’s done a great job with the visuals.  And it’s got Christoph Waltz as the star.  I’m looking forward to seeing The Zero Theorem later this year.


  1. Gilliam is interesting. You never know what you’re going to get from him. 2014 has tons of big directors putting out films. Could be a good year!

    • 2014 looks like it’ll be great and I’m eager to see this. Gilliam’s always creative and original.

  2. Definitely looks like a promising. As one would expect of anything starring Christoph Waltz. 🙂

    • I’m very excited to see this and Waltz’s role makes it very promising indeed.

  3. I LOVE Gilliam. Can’t wait for this! 🙂

    • I’m a fan of Gilliam as well and the trailer looks superb.

  4. I’m really excited to see Waltz in something a bit different, as I’ve only seen him in Tarantino movies thus far. Should be interesting at the very least!

    • I’ve always liked Waltz and he does look great here. Gilliam’s an incredibly innovative director.

  5. Looks great. Brilliant design. Really looking forward to this one now. Cheers for sharing.

    • Thanks! Gilliam’s a great director and I’m looking forward to this.

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