Sorry to keep this official. Big brother is watching.
"Brazil" is a wonderfully delightful film. Quirky, funny, and tense all at the same time. I'm not sure why it grooved with me, but it did. I think I can explain what the movie is about without any spoilers as follows: "Brazil" is like Orwell's "1984" meets Tim Burton, who then had a baby with "A Clockwork Orange," who is being raised in "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure."
For those who are watching to check off films in which Deniro is in, he really only has an insignificant part, so be prepared.
I don't know much else about what write. The story works, even though it is very odd, and the set designs/production is intentionally and obviously bizarre (I want to say "low budget," but I don't know if that's true).
And I did really like the ending. Twist-ish, without being trite or obvious.
Anyway, that's what I thought.