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After many failures in the past years, we finally have a really great comedy coming out of Brazil. The plot is the good old: underdogs trying to score some easy money. As in any comedy they mess it up and turn out having to go to unbelievable lengths to try and make things right again. The main cast is great, and not a single one of them is from Sao Paulo (they are mostly from Rio), and watching their made up Sao Paulo accent alone is tons of fun and is well worth your ticket. The mainstream media looked down in this movie claiming it resorts to cheap laughter too often, but let's be honest, this isn't supposed to be a full meal, this movie is a quick snack on a Sunday afternoon. And in this premise it is just perfect. Too bad this movie didn't get the same level of advertising other productions had because it definitely stands out and is way better than any other movies release this year so far. I doubt a sequel will be as good, but I would definitely watch a Vai Que Da Certo 2, because if it is half as good as this one, it would still be pretty decent.
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