Brasilintime is a filmic map that connects the world of Rio de Janeiro of the late teens to the South Bronx of the early 70s. The roads from Samba through Bossa Nova to Hip Hop are a complex web of musical whispers and echoes. Brasilintime is a 2-hour documentary that traverses this journey. In November of 2002, drummers and DJs traveled to Sao Paulo Brazil to expand the multi-generational conversation to include their counterparts from the world of Samba, Bossa Nova and Samba Rock, as well as the best new talent from Brazilian Hip Hop. This show was recorded and became the basis for this DVD. Brasilintime speaks the language of the music it addresses. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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doug b (ca) wrote: I just re-watched "Chan is Missing" and loved it! This new Wayne Wang film was really, really rotten though. The characters were pop-up, cartoon like and predictable. The acting was overly melodramatic and so "look at me emote!" that I couldn't watch the ending of the movie. I walked out of a Netflix theatre and I rarely do that. A complete wast of time.
Mike B (au) wrote: Fine film of a very unusual nature with superb acting by Giamatti. Makes one think. Reminiscent of "Being John Malkovich" in many ways.
Yolandie G (it) wrote: juani's arc is interesting to watch, but ultimately it left me feeling detached; kinda expected better
John B (kr) wrote: Surprisingly good little Christmas movie!
Slarti B (mx) wrote: Watching this movie is like fighting your brain. You have to beat common sense and reason into a pulp before you can even consider making it all the way through something like this. But I did it. I watched the entire movie. Nothing about it makes sense. It's not like they had a real high bar set either. They're making an installment of a kids movie that people no longer care about. But somehow, they still managed to disappoint. I have to imagine when the cast saw the final cut for the first time they all left the room and called their agents screaming, "You have to bury this thing! Never let them release it!" But they did release it, and Encore played it at 5AM and I watched it. If you want to see a truly bad movie, this is your flick. I can't give it above a zero without lying.
Timothy H (it) wrote: Damn Wesley reduced to straight to DVD type movies now? Man the movies that come on TV at 4am in the morning.
Barbara G (nl) wrote: Bon ok Vigo assure et plus jamais je ne m'etonnerai que certaines femmes le trouvent a tomber! Depuis ce film j'en fait partie :D Bien que le casting soit tres bon et qu'indubitablement il y avait de l'idee a la base dans le scenario, j'ai trouve le film un peu lent et gauche (Sean Penn est toutefois pardonne puisqu'il s'agit de son premier film). Par contre la vraie gaffe c'est le texte de Patricia Arquette ... mais qu'est ce qui leur sont passe par la tete??
Tiffany W (nl) wrote: juz like a memoir of the legends - leslie cheung and anita mui. very romantic.
Alexander C (nl) wrote: Could be silly, worth a watch...
Allan C (kr) wrote: The set up has the makings of an excellent Italian 70s crime drama; a shipment of heroine is smuggled into San Francisco in a large crucifix that was a gift to the church from a local mafia boss. The mafia boss and the local syndicate are outraged someone would desiccate something so holy with their dirty business, so the mafia sets out to find out who did it. Unfortunately, the rest of the film doesn't work so well. Roger Moore is a half English, half Sicilian(?) accountant for the mob who works with his grand prix driver buddy, Stacy Keach, to uncover who's the real sacrilegious smuggler. This could have been a 70s grindhouse update of Fritz Lange's "M," but it's sadly all a pretty silly film that makes little sense, though it is peppered with some good action sequences and a Luis Bacalov score. Ernest Tidyman, screenwriter of "The French Connection," is one of the nine writers credited on the film.
Grant S (us) wrote: Dull and pointless. Tries to copy The Exorcist (well, at least they aimed high), and add in some mystery and drama, but it all just seems to go nowhere. Very quickly seems unoriginal and directionless.Gabriel Byrne and Patricia Arquette do the best they can with a dud script and listless direction.