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Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (ropa de Elite 2 - O Inimigo Agora … Outro)
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Directed By
José Padilha

Written By:
José Padilha

Cast:
Wagner Moura, Milhem Cortaz, Maria Ribeiro, Seu Jorge, Luciano Vidigal, Paulo Hamilton, Thogun


 
Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (ropa de Elite 2 - O Inimigo Agora … Outro) (2010)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
March 17th, 2012

Favorite Movie Quote: "Governor... you know what this is? The "kiss it good-bye" dance."

I haven't seen Elite Squad, the film that introduces all the characters in this film, but I will. I am told that it is not necessary for viewing the sequel, as it stand on it's own. It was certainly a complete picture.

Brazilian actor Wagner Moura plays Lt. Colonel Nascimento, the head of the BOPE. He has a big basket of awards and nominations, and I assure you he is worth every single one based upon his performance here.

He cleans the slums of drug dealers, but the crooked police just take over and get 10 times what they were getting previously through taxing the residents.

Andrť Mattos, who plays the TV commentator Fortunado, was fantastic. He really delivered the goods.

The story is compelling and an indictment of government everywhere.

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