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The Boys From Brazil (1978)



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2.5 out of 10 Entertaining Enough
Les from Dublin, 18 May 2008
I guess this movie was good enough to kill a couple of otherwise boring hours over a wet weekend. Well acted, but then Sir Laurence Olivier isn't exactly an amateur, though Gregory Peck wasn't very convincing as Dr Josef Megele. I kept thinking he should have looked older, considering how long it had been since the end of WW II. A bit dated - note the Afro hairstyles of some of the younger characters; very 1970s. On the whole, worth watching, but don't panic if you never get time for it.
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3.5 out of 10 Something Different
Joanne from Meath, 24 Aug 2009
Probably had much more impact at the time of its release but still quite an entertaining 2 hours, certainly something different to what you may have seen before and of course if Gregory Peck is in it, you really can't go to wrong
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3.5 out of 10 Quite a plot!
Sean from Kildare, 31 Jul 2009
A facinating, if somewhat far-fetched, concept for a movie. Certainly kept my attention as the pieces came together. Well acted and well worth a look.
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4.5 out of 10 Great
Alan from Wicklow, 08 Aug 2013
Great old classic...well worth a sunday avo watch....
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What's it about....
This terrifying thriller is based on Ira Levin's best seller in which Dr. Josef Mengele (Gregory Peck), alive and living in South America gathers a group of former Nazis to work on a mysterious project. Ezra Lieberman (Laurence Olivier), begins to unravel the conspiracy and discovers that Mengele has cloned 94 young Hitlers. Suddenly the terrifying extent of Mengele's plan is revealed: twisting genetic science to become a new weapon of global horror.








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