The Boys from Brazil
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A Nazi hunter in Paraguay discovers a sinister and bizarre plot to rekindle the Third Reich.... (Full plot summary below)

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A Nazi hunter in Paraguay discovers a sinister and bizarre plot to rekindle the Third Reich.

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Washington Post - 9/10 by Gary ArnoldAn impressive feat of carefully designed and modulated academic filmmaking, a class job in the tradition of Hitchcock or Wyler at their most polished.
EmanuelLevy.Com - 8/10 by Emanuel LevyThe film loses the little credibility that Ira Levin's potboiler had, but helmer Schaffner was smart to cast Olivier as Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal and to surround him with superb actors
Empire - 6/10 by Ian NathanFor much of its slowburn build there is a classy, intelligent thriller at work, something closer in tone to The Odessa File. Still, you must remain guarded to how over the top and quasi-horror events will finally turn.
Reel Film Reviews - 6/10 by David Nusair...given the caliber of the cast and crew, it should have been a whole lot better.
Slant Magazine - 5/10 by Ed GonzalezJerry Goldmsith’s ominous score is reminiscent of his Oscar-winning work for The Omen but The Boys From Brazil is pure pomp and circumstance.
Juicy Cerebellum - 5/10 by Alex SandellGregory Peck is miscast, but the film is entertaining enough.
Alternate Ending - 5/10 by Tim BraytonA film too dopey and campy to be taken seriously, too mordant and sober to be much fun, and too ludicrous and melodramatic to be at all defensible as a social commentary.
Time - 4/10 by Richard SchickelYet in the end the self-conscious importance of the film produces a rather queasy feeling, for really this story is no more than a crude exploitation — decked out with our latest scientific finery — of what amounts to a penny dreadful fantasy. If you stop and think about it, even if there were a nest of Nazis hiding out in South America, most of them would be pushing 80 by now, and quite incapable of the exertions required by this farflung, not to mention farfetched plot.
Cinema em Cena - 4/10 by Pablo VillaçaSchaffner conduz a trama com segurança absoluta, permitindo que o espectador junte as peças do quebra-cabeças ao mesmo tempo em que seu diligente e improvável herói, vivido de forma espetacular por Olivier (mas Peck também merece aplausos).
Chicago Reader - 3/10 by Dave KehrFranklin J. Shaffner's deadpan adaptation of Ira Levin's silly story about Hitler clones. The plot is less suspenseful than the overacting contest between the two leads, Laurence Olivier and Gregory Peck, who spend most of their screen time one-upping each other in affectations.

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