The story of João "Jango" Goulart, the Brazilian left-wing president deposed by the military.

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Jango torrent reviews

lourdh r (gb) wrote: Never watch this film because it will make you to feel the worst feel in your whole life ever... I was totally annoyed of this film from the starting and till the finish ohh goshhhh this was totally a waste movie... They have done something nasty works in this movie and tired of seeing the animals speaks and helps for president my god that was totally a worst movie i have ever seen in my life this movie really a big waste of time...

Dani S (gb) wrote: im sure it will b good cuz of shia LaBeouf

Jordan F (gb) wrote: I've known about this movie pretty much all of my life, as my dad had bought the soundtrack when it first came out. From then until about 2006 I'd never watched it, but I figured with that kick ass soundtrack, it was bound to be good. And you know what? It was. A little bland at parts, but better than most other movies with pretty good soundtracks.

Stacy K (ru) wrote: oh i remember this movie.. kayla (my sister) used to watch it over and over again...

Keenan T (jp) wrote: What can I say about Laser Mission, it's a chance to watch Brandon Lee for 84 minutes, so it's worth it. And if you don't like Brandon Lee, avoid it like the plague.

Oscar D (kr) wrote: An interesting premise not fully developed

Orlok W (de) wrote: The one gem out of a thousand bad mad-scientist offerings--Terrific Gothic thriller in grand Hammer style!!

Alain P (jp) wrote: This started off a little standard. But it had its perks, as well as a lightness to it. The reunion of sorts from "Maltese Falcon" however amused me. (They even had a similar Sam Spade scene where he looses a tail. Except without the self-satisfied smirk.) Overall, a little bit corny. But Bogart's pretty much his usual cool in it. "Mine's bigger." There were some fun parts to this film. At best it could be considered film-filler for both Huston, Bogart, and co.

Calvin C (mx) wrote: A war movie that is not even about war, but the people in it. The plot is so simple, but the meaning is so profound. Jean Renoir shows that everyone at war are just normal people who had normal lives before going into battle. They still have a duty to their country, but they try to hold on to whatever past they still have. Where most war movies like to preach, this movie keeps things grounded and the characters are as natural as the movie itself. Little moments in the movie show how human interaction is much more important than what language the other person speaks. There's the German captain who tries to befriend a French pilot and the other French pilot who falls in love with a German widow. The scene where one of the French pilots is put into solitary and he begs to be release so he can talk to someone and not be alone. This is what Grand Illusion is all about. It is about characters crossing social boundaries to have a sense that they are not alone in the world. This may be an old foreign film, but the language is universal.Grade: A

Kate M (ag) wrote: This had a lot more heart to it. :3

Keith L (ag) wrote: Really enjoyed yet another Pegg movie