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The Boys From Brazil
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The Boys From Brazil 1978

From Amazon: Gregory Peck hams it up big time in this 1978 thriller based on Ira Levin's bestselling novel. Peck plays an old German Nazi behind a mysterious series of murders, the investigation of which leads to an astonishing plot to create the Fourth Reich. Laurence Olivier is equally outrageous as a Nazi hunter who stumbles onto the scheme. Director Franklin Schaffner (Planet of the Apes) doesn't make any bones about the preposterousness of the story or of his legendary stars' performances, and a viewer is advised not to push too deeply into this tall tale for cautionary meaning. The film is a bit bloody--particularly unnerving in a climactic...

Directed By:
No image existsFranklin J. Schaffner
Written By:
No image existsHeywood Gould
No image existsIra Levin
Gregory PeckGregory Peck
No image existsJames Mason
No image existsLaurence Olivier
No image existsUta Hagen
Steve GuttenbergSteve Guttenberg
No image existsDenholm Elliott
No image existsLilli Palmer

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The Boys From Brazil Movie Review by Jarrod (4/20/2008)

"Who would believe such a preposterous story?" asks Laurence Olivier at one point during 'The Boys from Brazil", and I am inclined to agree with that sentiment, as this is one of the most sensationally silly movies I have ever seen. Based on a novel by Ira Levin, 'Boys from Brazil' is a far-fetched thriller that features...

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