Irmãos de Fé (2004)

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Irmãos de Fé: Directed by Moacyr Góes. With Thiago Lacerda, Marcelo Rossi, Othon Bastos, Phellipe Haagensen. Priest Marcelo Rossi visits a juvenile correction center, and gives Paulo, one of the interns, a Bible. He starts reading the story of St. Paul.

“Iu0026#39;m the kind of person who likes strong ensemble comedies with wit and the occasional farce, like u0026quot;Frasieru0026quot;, u0026quot;Taxiu0026quot;, u0026quot;Seinfeldu0026quot;, u0026quot;Everybody Loves Raymondu0026quot;, etc.. So when I heard about u0026quot;Stackedu0026quot;, I had my doubts as to how funny it could be. Pamela Anderson…is it possible for her to be intentionally funny? I figured I would watch the first episode if, for nothing else, to see the genius of Christopher Lloyd and the spunk of Marissa Jaret Winokur. They did not disappoint, and the show had me laughing out loud in bits where those actors werenu0026#39;t even present.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBasically, this is a surprisingly smart show. Anderson has the ability to poke fun at herself and not take everything so seriously. She knows sheu0026#39;s not Olivier, and she doesnu0026#39;t try to be something she isnu0026#39;t. Maybe thatu0026#39;s why I found the character so endearing. Winokur has great delivery, and a gift for physical comedy. Scolaro and Gold are deft comedians, who know how to wring the humor out of their lines and expressions. Lloyd is great and proves he can still make you laugh without even opening his mouth. His slightly grumpy retired physicist character is the perfect foil to everyone else.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf you come into watching this show with an open mind, youu0026#39;ll like it. If you come into it with a hatred for all things Pamela Anderson, you could easily find yourself surprised at her charm and the wit of the show. If your head is so far stuck up your butt in your prejudices, then you wouldnu0026#39;t like this, even if it were Oilivier performing u0026quot;Hamletu0026quot;. Bottom line: this show is a lot better than the unfunny formula comedies littering the airwaves right now (u0026quot;Joeyu0026quot;, u0026quot;Freddieu0026quot;, basically anything where the title is someoneu0026#39;s name) and has a strong cast, solid acting, witty writing and the potential to be a great show.”


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