Documentary that uses irony to approach the most fashionable São Paulo street in the 60s: the Rua Augusta (Augusta St.), with its classic personages and most frequented places. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Eric H (gb) wrote: A feelgood movie which passes the Bechdel Test with flying colours. Not the usual vapid college kid schlock but a warm and gentle antidote to that genre: a bit of fluff with an off-the-wall script of philosophical spoofing, quirky speculation and some rather unconventional - though possibly worth trying - ideas to cure teenage angst and the ills of the world.Grappling with the big ideas of drama, such as sex, suicide, personal worth, dishonesty and human relations, the script seems to somehow superimpose the normally perceived polar opposites of the intellectual and the airhead to offer a perfect harmony of nutty thinking and altruistic intent.
Paul N (gb) wrote: Good doc on returning Iraq vets who now see things the way they really seem to be.
Alessio M (mx) wrote: DAMN ethan e winona circa 1994
Dave R (au) wrote: Ya this was not that good I don't why they have to make sequels to crappy movies really this was kind of pointless I gotta say but they just keep making them
Bill B (mx) wrote: Gawdawful movie, made better by MST3K commentary, though for once I think this might actually be good for a giggle on its own, as it is pretty silly and over the tip from the first frame.A corny take on the post apocalyptic genre with a goofy looking reluctant hero sporting a beard that looks like hair off a barbershop floor has been glued to his face, this might be worth a peep just to see how ineffectual he actually is.Rental? Maybe? Definitely check out the MST3K version at the very least.
Roxanne O (ag) wrote: This movie got me so happy that even though it finished at 2 am, I slept and woke up a few hours later happy as a lark for the Easter Sunrise Service!
Reggie J (mx) wrote: Rather than watching the conclusion of the insanity reality known as the #RNC, I watched #BeastsofnoNation. A film that gives a hard look about war through the eyes of a child soldier. War can be very hellish and unforgiving. A must watch. I can't believe this film was ignored during this year's #Oscars. I guess that's why the hashtag #OscarSoWhite was created. Check it out.