12 comments

  • By The Narrator Returns
    December 21, 2012
    02:40 PM

    1. Dreams 2. Visuals 3. Reality
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  • By Craig J. Clark
    December 21, 2012
    02:52 PM

    1) Where hearts were entertained in June. 2) We stood beneath an amber moon. 3) And softly murmured "someday soon."
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  • By Sidney
    December 21, 2012
    04:58 PM

    1) A very nightmarish vision of the future. 2) The surreal visuals. 3) Jonathan Pryce's performance as the hapless everyman.
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  • By thevoid99
    December 21, 2012
    05:51 PM

    1. A very funny and imaginative story with amazing visuals. 2. Jonathan Pryce's very heartfelt performance. 3. Robert de Niro's hilarious supporting performance.
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  • By Criteriophile
    December 24, 2012
    06:27 AM

    1. Tom Stoppard's/Terry Gilliam's/Charles McKeown's screenplay. 2. The references to 1984. 3. The visually-stunning cinematography/direction.
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  • By Capitán
    December 24, 2012
    01:10 PM

    1- We are wining the fight against terrorism, as always. 2- Nouvelle Cousine is emerging for all of us, new. 3- The best place to live is in our dreams, as always.
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  • By MrGreen428
    December 25, 2012
    03:35 PM

    1.) Because releasing an edition of Brazil once every year isn't enough apparently.
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  • By dasboot4211
    December 26, 2012
    12:58 AM

    1-Terry Gilliam 2- Visuals 3- the.....wait if you had not seen Brazil what planet have you been living on since the 80's
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  • By Egopogo
    January 29, 2013
    09:23 PM

    1) the "Love Conquers All" version, 2) Plastic surgery and 3) The war on terrorism
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  • By EAPDog
    January 30, 2013
    10:46 PM

    1) How deftly this 1985 film predicted our current dystopian nightmares, 2) The role of chance in our lives, 4) The liberating quality of dreams.
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  • By Ev7
    March 26, 2013
    07:07 PM

    1. Gilliam's masterpiece. 2. Most twisted ending ever. 3. Fully realized vision of the future.
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  • By el egipcio
    March 08, 2014
    05:48 AM

    1- Cruda visión de las dictaduras sudamericanas 2- Gran impacto visual 3- Dos finales sorprendentes
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