kim-greist,Homeward Bound 2 - Lost in San Francisco [Widescreen] [1996] [English] [Region 1], Manhunter [DVD], Manhunter [Blu-ray], Brazil [Blu-ray], Brazil [Blu-ray Boxset] [Criterion Collection]
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"...The charm of the story lies in the expressive vocals....Michael J. Fox has scrappy energy to spare..." USA Today "...[An] equally entertaining sequel....Waite provides just the right note of grizzled, avuncular wisdom..." Variety29.81356

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"...[Noonan] burns up the frame...[as] one of the freakiest madmen Hollywood has ever given us....You'll never listen to IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA without locking the doors again..." -- Rating: B+ Entertainment Weekly "...Brian Cox has some delicious moments as a brilliant, depraved criminal....Stephen Lang is outrageously despicable..." Variety "...[Mann] mounts his film with the speed of a bullet train and virtually defies us to get off while it's in motion..." Los Angeles Times "...Gripping and packed with director Michael Mann's visual stylistics..." Total Film26.08687

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"...Gripping and packed with director Michael Mann's visual stylistics..."Total Film "...[Noonan] burns up the frame...[as] one of the freakiest madmen Hollywood has ever given us....You'll never listen to IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA without locking the doors again..." -- Rating: B+Entertainment Weekly "...Brian Cox has some delicious moments as a brilliant, depraved criminal....Stephen Lang is outrageously despicable..."Variety "...[Mann] mounts his film with the speed of a bullet train and virtually defies us to get off while it's in motion..."Los Angeles Times26.08687

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"...BRAZIL, a jaunty, wittily observed vision of an extremely bleak future, is a superb example of the power of comedy to underscore serious ideas, even solemn ones....Ambitious visual style..."New York Times "...It's rich in irony, steeped in surrealism and touched with genius....Easily one of the greatest movies of the '80s..."Total Film "...Gilliam creates this dehumanizing universe with demented wit, sane anger and the most eye-popping visuals since METROPOLIS..."Rolling Stone "...Landmark retro-future tragicomedy..." -- Rating: A+Entertainment Weekly "...It's a knockout..."Los Angeles Times "...Hugely inventive..."Sight and Sound0.2651258

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"...BRAZIL, a jaunty, wittily observed vision of an extremely bleak future, is a superb example of the power of comedy to underscore serious ideas, even solemn ones....Ambitious visual style..."New York Times "...It's rich in irony, steeped in surrealism and touched with genius....Easily one of the greatest movies of the '80s..."Total Film "...Gilliam creates this dehumanizing universe with demented wit, sane anger and the most eye-popping visuals since METROPOLIS..."Rolling Stone "...Landmark retro-future tragicomedy..." -- Rating: A+Entertainment Weekly "...It's a knockout..."Los Angeles Times "...Hugely inventive..."Sight and Sound "Gilliam's belief in the evil of banality is on full display here, made all the more dazzling by Norman Garwood and Maggie Gray's Oscar-nominated art direction." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly0.2651258

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