Keyla the police officer and the unprepared detective Claudio could not be more incompatible. However they are forced to form a duo to solve the series of mysterious murders that are happening in the quiet city of Joinlândia.
The history of the famous Brazilian bantam and featherweight world champion Eder Jofre, who tries to deal with his personal life and the obligations of a world class athlete, with the mentoring of his trainer and father Kid Jofre.
José Alvarenga Jr.
Daniel de Oliveira,
Terrible movie, but OK social criticism (if that was the point)
I love Ana Vitória, the songs, and the lyrics... Well, I love the first album. The second one not so much. That's why I was so excited to see this movie (well, excited may be a strong word! I was intrigued. I'm excited about bohemian rhapsody. anyways...)
The acting was dreadful. I mean, I wasn't expecting much from both of them, they are singers and musicians and they're great at it. but did everyone at this movie had to be so bad at it? That includes the playback scenes - which you would assume would be OK since it's a sort of, but musical. Well, think again. Even the playback fell short to say the least. I was sad they picked (my) least favorite songs. Maybe the movie was made to promote their last album which didn't have as much success as the previous...
Whichever the reason, if you are going to watch this movie bear your expectations low.
What I found interesting about it was the portrayal of youth today. Social media, fleeting relationships and unfocused priorities when it comes to partners and life decisions. And it seems like everyone is lost... Are we?
(Ana & vitória, ainda amo o vosso primeiro álbum!!! Lindo)
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