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Brazil is one of the most underrated films of all-time. It follows Sam Lowry a low level government employee living in a dystopia that is as comical and surreal as it is nightmarish. Entertaining from start to finish Brazil is a perfect mix of dark humour and political commentary with some of the most unique visuals you will ever see. It is probably the best sci-fi film ever made along with A Clockwork Orange.
Quite very strange, sort of make or break that leaves everyone pondering on life, the future, and on whether or not they liked the film...
A spoof theater of the absurd, Kafkaesque film noir steam punk satire on what we have today--the Trump Administration a world going to hell,--a Fritz Lang's Metropolis on steroids! Love the imagery! I watched it when it first came out and it's just as good today!
It makes 2001 seem coherent.
The best, GREATEST fantasy movie ever made!
A true masterpiece of dystopian film.
Awesome political satire
Honestly, if you're looking for an amazingly crafted science fiction movie, Terry Gilliam's Brazil is a step in the right direction. With its vibrant neon lighting, retro-futuristic scenery, and a cast filled with Monty Python Alumni, it creates a perfect dystopian representation of what the world might become if its ideas were run by, what we refer to as a Â¨Capitalist ParadiseÂ¨. This movie could both be seen as an informational depiction of what our future might become, but it could also just be seen as a quirky, sci-fi comedy. If I would have to recommend this film to someone, it would be an individual whose opinion on the aesthetic of the film outweighs the length of their attention span. What I mean is that the film has a tendency to run a little slow in the middle, but overall has one heck of a plot twist near the end. This movie is my No. 1 favorite film of all time tied with Duncan JonesÂ´s (Moon) 2009.
This film was almost good.
Manipulative and abortive. It's ain't "1984".