Some of the animation is stunning and some of it is downright boring. At times charming and pretty good, but sometimes excruciating and unimaginative, this is a mostly humorous homage to the late Python that mostly works if you're not expecting a big dose of hilarity. It is a fine for the fans to have something new to watch and talk about, but it is by no means a great or very funny film. Mostly harmless.
I appreciate that the surreal style is very much in tune with the subject matter. But, it's a definitive case of style over substance, with some noticeable time gaps and subjects that are only briefly examined. At only 82 minutes, it's hardly a complete portrait of one the 20th century's great comedic minds.
No, it's not always good and it didn't live up to my high expectations. But as someone who read A Liar's Autobiography and hadn't yet listened to Graham's audio book, it was nice to hear the story directly from his mouth.