Mary Poppins Returns
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Taking aim at every level of Italian culture, Martino and Gastaldi put together a surprisingly enjoyable caper. Sure the hard-hitting exploitation of a title and subject like that are dismissed early, but as a film its watchable and nicely put together.
It was soooo incredibly heart breaking and sad. This was the ultimate purpose of the movie... it was a political movie that tries to get you to be against the death penalty. I felt bad for the killer because of her situation but at the same time, if we let her go, then other people will think they too can get away with murder. I didn't know how to feel at the end. My heart was aching for the young girl and all her bad choices. Brad Pitt was such a sleezeball in this movie.
A story that's baswed on capital punishment for a miner.
Juliette Lewis, as ever plays a great role, accompanied by Brad Pitt, who in my opinion plays these type of parts very well, where he's not playing a pretty boy.
VERDICT: A though provoking film, enjoyable, definitely worth a watch
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