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I don't have words to describe how amazed I am with this "movie" experience, how Thomas Kail made this so perfectly well and full of the same energy that would have been in Broadway watching personally, but he did and is incredible... The actors, the stage montage, the songs, the lyrics, the power of the entire diverse cast (kudos for that) and the writing, wow, there are so many things to say, but I dare to say that is obligatory for everyone to watch this masterpiece, even if you don't like musicals, go watch it, now!!!
An important picture for a time that really needs it, this allegory of resistance wouldn't be the same without the unforgettable, quiet and very resonant perfomance from Sônia Braga (perhaps the most famous brazillian actress in the world). It is a must-see movie for every person in Brazil, because it shows the reality of our world right now (and before, 'cause we haven't changed a bit, sadly) and Kléber Mendonça Filho has a talent that has to be noted today and everyday. The paradox between past and future, poor and rich, old and new is the light of the screenplay and it is a shame that this was not the brazillian entry for the Academy Awards...
Extremely funny, heartwarming, with a wonderful animation, art direction, this third movie rivalizes with the first one as the best of the franchise. Even with the occasional exageration of the flashbacks that will start a new spin-off, that is not a problem at all. The cameos are scene-stealer (when does not exceed its time), Keanu Reeves, Snoop Dogg and Danny Trejo can do everything they want. Recommended.
Well, that was nothing that I ever expected about this picture, and I was really hoping more of it. Still, the very toxic relationship (not only between two, but three characters) is wonderfully presented and very captvating to watch (I am feeling very guilty of saying this), thanks to the committed performances from Daniel Day-Lewis (A calm, yet truly incredible acting, a fine goodbye to his career, although not his best), Lesley Manville and newcomer Vicky Krieps. The tension wouldn't be same if it wasn't the score (perfect if I may say so) and of course, the winning costume design really deserved it.