Jonathan and Matt are, like the rest of you, in isolation at the moment. Safely ensconced in their own homes across the Atlantic, they decided it was time to do a miniseries of films that feel a little too relatable right now. Not to make light of the scary situation we all currently find ourselves in the midst of, but rather to make this time of contemplation a little more enjoyable. The guys as that you seek out the films or, in some cases, you avoid them and then listen to our mini-sodes.
Episode 11: Brazil (1985)
- RT: 98%
- Metascore: 88
- Budget: $15,000,000
- Worldwide Boxoffice: $9,947,816
- Directed by Terry Gilliam
- Written by Terry Gilliam, Tom Stoppard, and Charles McKeown
- Starring Jonathan Pryce, Kim Greist, Robert De Niro, Bob Hoskins, Ian Holm,
- How to watch: UK- Rest on Amazon Prime | US-Starz, Hoopla, and digital platforms to rent/buy
Neither Jonathan nor Matt had seen Brazil prior this, but it was a film they both had been meaning to check off. A dystopian future where bureaucracy runs rampant feels like it could become a reality.
BAMP on Twitter | BAMP on Instagram | TeePublic Merchandise
Jon on Twitter | Jon on IG | Jon on Letterboxd.com
Matt on Twitter | Matt on IG | Matt on Letterboxd.com
Berkreviews.com | WhatIWatchedTonight.co.uk