Mary Poppins Returns
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What's left is an unpleasant visit with a pair of hateful married couples who, in due time, prove mirror images of one another. Symmetry has rarely been so dispiriting.
The play-turned-film about marital friction is no Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
This is what happens when artists with the best of intentions run up against the worst of artistic impulses.
An attempt to gain insight into the complex, complicated, and often contradictory ways each and every one of us behave.
"Between Us" is a showcase for great actors who could have used more consistent material to springboard off of.
Mirvish has taken an interesting approach to this story of two couples and four friends (often enemies) that love, loathe, betray, and -- in the end -- reflect each other deeply.
Between Us is strongly recommended for best friends, married couples, and those contemplating marriage at some future date.
Good actors trapped in a very stage-bound movie
Badly manufactured 2-couple drama loaded with artificial dialogue and hollow performances. David Harbour is the major offender in that regard, and while I love Melissa George I couldn't stand more than 25 minutes of this tripe. Even a morose Julia Stiles looked like she didn't want to be there. A big W.O.T.: waste of time.
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