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Rich in Love

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Predictable Brazilian romcom has language, sex.

Movie NR 2020 104 minutes
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This Brazilian romcom is not special or memorable. There's absolutely nothing original about Rich in Love, not the concept of telling lies to get at the truth, not the pretending to be poor in order to find one's place in the world, nor the transformation of a selfish, spoiled rich kid finding his purpose when he finally notices all the suffering, deprivation, and need around him. And given how little we see of any decency or empathy in Teto, it feels like a sure bet that the dedicated, smart, and caring women who supposedly inspire him to do better probably wouldn't have that much influence on him if they weren't beautiful. The movie is a cliché from start to finish, and there's scarcely a character worth caring about.

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