This is alright, though, like your other recent film article, it is essentially a one-joke show, said joke being: "Gilliam takes films way over budget, sit back and let me explain how." There is nothing wrong with this--it's actually quite funny--but I think you need a bit more. I was thinking maybe you could do something along the lines of "the critical success of Terry Gilliam's films--barring other variables--is directly related to how far they go over budget," and then maybe make a chart demonstrating this. That, or perhaps lampoon the ridiculous premises of his movies a bit more, like you do at the end of the Time Bandits section. After all, with a movie about a time-traveler from the near future trying to stop the Army of the Twelve Monkeys from destroying the world with a super-virus, how could you go wrong?
On the one hand, it's simple and eloquent. On the other hand, perhaps a bit too much so. See my above comment.
Prose and formatting:
Everything's solid, though there are a few minor things. In the second paragraph, it should be "Gilliam" instead of "he," the last sentence of the Time Bandits section should say "who," instead of "[comma] so they," minor things like that. Just give it a quick once-over proofread and this becomes an 8 or 9, easy.
To quote Gilliam/your article, "pedestrian." The bit about Bruce Willis's hair is great, and the other images are good. I would suggest adding another one in either the Tideland Or Imaginarium... section, to balance out the sizeable amount of text there.
Feels like you deserve better than what the average would've been.
Fix it up just a tad, and broaden the comedic angle, and again, like with Jim Jarmusch, you'll have a feature-worthy article that hopefully comes in under budget.
Can I make a fly-by suggestion? Lose a few of the lesser-known films. Currently this reads too much like a chronological saga where each subject is covered equally just for the purpose of being encyclopaedic. It's okay to write a piece about someone using a selected filmography/discography, you know? IronLung 22:05, 17 June 2009 (UTC)