In São Paulo, the scheme of the corrupt DA Júlia and her mate, the lawyer Henrique with the gangster Maicom is discovered and sent to the Internal Affairs. Maicom is responsible for ... See full summary »
Fernando Alves Pinto,
A group of honest police is sent to a country town to solve the problem of high crime. Soon they solve the problem while newcomer Francis (Cléo Pires) must overcome their limits to prove ... See full summary »
Picks up with Fábio and Miá three years after their wedding took place after dating for only one month. Stressed out in having to deal with their many differences, they decide to travel to Portugal in an attempt to save their marriage.
Two friends hit the road to Buenos Aires aboard an orange Opala 72, with a mission: be with as many women as possible. This is all a plan to wash the honor of "Caco", a man who found his girlfriend in bed with an Argentine.
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Biopic of Brazilian singer Tim Maia, from his childhood in Rio de Janeiro until his death at age 55, including his passage by the US, where he discovers a new style of music and is arrested for theft and drug possession.
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Two girlfriends visit a big Brazilian beach festival and decide to just let go. They enjoy the music, booze, drugs and on one steamy afternoon even each other. They also meet a young man and things can't be better. Can this paradise last?
Lívia de Bueno
Good to see Afonso doing what he does best. It seemed as if he lost his touch after the whole "Solace" fiasco.
This is a solid 8.4 to be exact. It's an interesting story, an interesting protagonist and captivating directing. There's a whole "tyler durdeen" thing going on that if you compare to fincher's original, well, there's no comparison. But it by itself works really well. The whole disturbed father figure works well - I know it's a true story, so I guess what I mean is that the *bold horrible fact */bold is well portrayed in the movie.
Cudos to the inconspicuous netshoes product placement. Don't worry. Lesser minds won't even know it happened. TNT, almost didn't see you at all.
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