The Zero Theorem, Terry Gilliam's latest, didn't go down well with The Guardian's Xan Brooks, who called it "a sagging bag of half-cooked ideas, a dystopian thriller with runaway dysentery, a film that wears its metaphorical trousers around its metaphorical ankles".
I still want to watch it though. Even if it is a bit half-baked, it's not as if there's zero precedent for genius coming out of chaos. Gilliam is ace and I generally find his films improve with time. Interesting cast, too.