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alaAverage 4.6

5 reviews

Feb, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of BRAZIL. The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Coffee & Espresso Makers for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 92/100.

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Consumer review by: Rambo456 (

Interesting Movie


Another one of those movies that Originally failed at the Box Office on its release and now carries a Classic and Cult Status. I watched it, I enjoyed the trippy nature of the story and the visual, thought Johnathan Pryce and Robert De Niro gave...

Jun, 2011

Consumer review by: frankKastle1973 (

One Line Reviews:


I used to hate this film, but watching it again recently made me realise what a masterpiece of dark humour it really is, Harry Tuttle Lives!

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: Spoonism (

Very dark humour


A film for the anarchists in us, Gilliam's film has stunning visuals and an amazingly dark and hilarious plot. Watching this with Non-British people might be a bit of an obstacle because it is very British humour. Its not Monty Python style either if...

Nov, 2007

Consumer review by: Hyde2612 (

Nineteen eighty-four ... and a half


Terry Gilliam has always been a unique director - a man with a vision determined to let nothing get in the way of his quest to make movies the way he wants to. 'Brazil' is his greatest achievement (though many of his other films come close) and brings...

May, 2007

Consumer review by: Mobius (

A cult classic you need to see


One of the most beautiful movie's I have ever seen. Terry Gilliam is the only director who I feel has been able to take that special feeling you have in a dream and share it with the world. What I loved most was that the romance wasn't erotic or...

Apr, 2007