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City of God
Starring a bunch of amazing actors

I won't say a lot about this blistering movie about growing up in gang torn Rio De Janeiro, but if you have already heard people claiming that this is one of the greatest movies ever made, than you should also know it is true! Don't take my word for it, because this movie has to be seen by every movie lover, everywhere! I honestly watched it, went to the pool, and came back and watched it again. I loved this movie so much it hurt and there is no female nudity or exploding buses! This movie is so much like Scorsese at his best (Yes Mean Streets and Taxi Driver, I am looking at you!). Stop reading right now and go rent or buy this masterpiece!


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