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Brazil (1985)

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The film is a surrealist nightmare of a low-level bureaucrat in a dismal world of the near future when he tries to correct an administrative error and himself becomes an enemy of the state.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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April 10, 2009

Influenced by Kafka, Orwell, and Kubrick, Gilliam's darkly humorous futuristic satire is narratively flawed and excessive in many ways, but it displays its creator's wildly vivid imagination and is intermittently witty.
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Examiner.com
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December 08, 2012

Brazil is this unique amalgamation of ideas straight out of Terry Gilliam's head that results in something so strange and so unique that it's just genius with a conclusion that is undeniably haunting.
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Variety
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May 30, 2007

Brazil offers a chillingly hilarious vision of the near-future.
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KPBS.org

April 18, 2008

Brazil serves up one of the most breathtakingly imaginative worlds ever to be put on screen.
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Chicago Reader
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May 30, 2007

Terry Gilliam's ferociously creative black comedy is filled with wild tonal contrasts, swarming details, and unfettered visual invention -- every shot carries a charge of surprise and delight.
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Common Sense Media
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February 11, 2015

Inventive, prophetic black comedy; lots of violence, mayhem.
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Wall Street Journal
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March 12, 2011

[A] darkly funny and truly visionary retro-futurist fantasy.
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IGN DVD
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January 29, 2012

An energetically quirky social metaphor, political commentary and action/sci-fi farce all balled up into one outrageously enjoyable experience, provided you like the work of Terry Gilliam.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Fortunately the story of an alternative future is realised with such visual imagination and sparky humour that it's only half way through that the plot's weaknesses become apparent.
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Movie Talk
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December 20, 2011

Gilliam crams the screen with such a proliferation of bizarre and comic details that you'll want to revisit this particular nightmare again and again.
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ReelViews
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October 16, 2008

Brazil is a stinging, Strangelovian satire of the power of the bureaucracy in an Orwellian landscape.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

A superb example of the power of comedy to underscore serious ideas, even solemn ones.
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