Secret Brazil - Netflix

"Brazil" **** is unrivaled for its energy, flamboyance and fun atmosphere and not just during the Carnival! And sport isn't all Brazil has to offer. Within its mountains, seas, rainforests, deserts and thousands of miles of rivers are many of your planet's last wild frontiers. Brazil takes you on a visually stunning journey across fabulous landscapes, focusing in on intriguing little-known animals whose behaviors might just shock even the most avid nature-lovers.\ \ Some of the unusual animals who call Brazil home are: the comical-lookingcoatimundi, the strange primordial monster fish, the pirarucu, and hyacinth macaws, which are the largest and most spectacular of the world's parrots. There are also the endearing muriqui monkeys, the largest monkeys in South America, who greet each other with hugs, and one of the most poisonous snakes on earth, the golden lancehead. From humpback whales to leaf-cutter ants, Brazil is buzzing with some truly amazing animal activity.

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-06-21

Secret Brazil - Little Secrets (2001 film) - Netflix

Little Secrets is a 2001 independent comedy-drama film starring Evan Rachel Wood, Michael Angarano, and David Gallagher. It premiered in the Heartland Film Festival in October 2001, and made its limited theatrical release on August 23, 2002.

Secret Brazil - Reception - Netflix

The film received mixed reviews upon release. Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 60% rating, with the consensus stating “Little Secrets is wholesome entertainment for the kids, but also rather bland.” IMDb's rating is 6 stars. Both the VHS and DVD releases on have a 5 and a half stars rating. It also has won a Film Advisory Board award. Ebert & Roeper gave it “Two Thumbs Up”.

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