Ao Redor do Brasil

Ao Redor do Brasil

In 1917, director Major Luiz Thomaz Reis travels with his associate, Marshall Cândido Mariano Rondon through the Center-West and North of Brazil, being the official cinematographer of the expedition. "Ao Redor do Brasil" is a footage with the fragments of three films of Major Reis.

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Images of Marshall Rondon's expeditions through the Amazon: the rivers, Indians, towns such as Tabatinga, Iquitos and Rio Branco, taken by Major Luiz Thomaz Reis, considered his main cinematographer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ao Redor do Brasil torrent reviews

Susan C (ca) wrote: A great little movie, touching and comedic at the same time

Moniky R (de) wrote: This film reminded me of Mexico... for some strange reason. Could it be the scene where the driver comes back to his trailer and he finds it without front tire??? or the one where the bureaucrats are herding people to please a few politician of the ruling party??? who knows, but it brought me "sweet memories"!!!

Craig T (mx) wrote: Despite a shameful narrative choice by writer/director Schroeder, the film packs a punch thanks to the salacious and surprising tale it tells. The capacities of the human psyche never cease to amaze, and are rarely so well explained as by this film's true star: psychologist Beaber. Be nice. Don't lie. Were it all so simple...

Garry A (kr) wrote: A wonderfully over the top romp and send-up of the American Tea party (the president is a Sarah Palin lookalike who is a hair's breadth away from being a Nazi herself). It's not serious but nor was Blazing Saddles an accurate depiction of the Wild West. It deserves more stars than the reviews here IMHO.

Eric H (br) wrote: This looks wonderful - great costuming and locations - really impressive.But all horribly let down by terrible acting, script, and above all, direction.The filming looks so "made for TV" both in angles, lighting, but above all in tones: just some filters, and better use of film would have made a huge difference.Historically accurate, this could have been really great: it really looks expensive and expansive; but it is living proof that nothing can cover poor acting.

Andrew F (br) wrote: I like it I like this one because I want to sell is there a movie I don't like it that much lo


Cai Z (gb) wrote: Much more to be desired

Chase F (gb) wrote: Not a bad flick. I recently bought this from a bargain shop on a cheap DVD. I thought that i'd give it a whirl as I liked watching the two main actors in it Robert Forster who I liked from Alligator and Jackie Brown and Fred Williamson who I last saw in From dusk till Dawn. this was a decent film. I have seen the reviews for it on the net and nearly everyone is slagging it off saying it's a rip off of Death wish. I for one don't find it a ripoff, in fact i found it better than Death Wish. Compared to other action films nowadays the violence in this film was that excessive. There was two brutal scenes during the film but nothing really nasty as i thought it would be. This one even has a satisfying payoff at the end which i relished while watching. Why they didn't do a 2nd one i don't know. The violence is realistic and the rapes and stabbing do get you shocked but it's not as brutal as Goodfellas or Scarface.

steve c (de) wrote: Amazing...Gregory Peck never sucked! Offbeat but very good, not your average shoot em up. Incredible scenery, well shot and great character actors make this a good one!

Lorin H (de) wrote: The start of my David Warner film festival. My wife and I both loved it. Certain elements, the music, in particular, are dated. Also, given that the "hero" is a stalker whose efforts become more dangerous as the film progresses, I expect the comedy won't go over well for most people today. Even so, the acting from Warner and Vanessa Redgrave (in her first film role) is excellent. There are some wonderful lines here, one that had me literally pounding the floor in laughter.

James H (jp) wrote: Very ordinary western, but I am not much of a western fan, so if you are you may well liuke it much more. I thought a number of the sets were very phony looking and was not thrilled with any of the acting, I found most to be overacting. So so story, seemed longer than 107 minutes.

Paul D (au) wrote: One man and his carphone, and it works so well.

Dawn S (us) wrote: im not sure if ive seen this one...sounds fimilar...and good....if i havent i would love to see memory is not all to good these days....

Farah R (gb) wrote: I don't know what I expected watching a chick flick staring Miley Cyrus. The script is so cheesy and those stunts were agonizing to watch. Worst movie I've seen this month.

Chris S (mx) wrote: Enjoyable and thrilling. The concept is scarier than the script though.