Mary Poppins Returns
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The most cautious soft-rock superstar movie debut you'll ever get to see.
The Jazz Singer has so many things wrong with it that a review threatens to become a list.
Mr. Diamond, looking glum and seldom making eye contact with anyone, isn't enough of a focus for the outmoded story.
Richard Fleischer's direction is appropriately close-in and small, and Diamond himself, while no actor, proves to be a commandingly intense, brooding presence.
Stick with Jolson's version via 1927. Or even the Danny Thomas take. Skip Neil.
The third and, one hopes, final remake of THE Jazz Singer is the least interesting attempt so far.
Diamond tries his best. Olivier over compensates, but the songs are classic.
The roughest of Diamonds, this will only interest fans of the singer and those with a passion for poor pictures.
An unintentional laff riot. Olivier is so over the top that it's mesmerizing.
... 111 minutes is a lot to take for anyone but the most keen Diamond fans.
This was a pretty good movie. Some of the acting was really cheesy, but I thought it was entertaining enough.
Great for fans of the singer as i am but however this is a musical and i only like about two of them.
I had to watch this damn movie a bunch when I was a kid - NOTHING ELSE ON GODDAMN IT HBO!
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