Mary Poppins Returns
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All Critics (23)
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| Fresh (18)
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| DVD (1)
The melodrama can be forgiven. What lingers in the mind is Richardson's hard-won, grown-up humanism.
Blue Sky amounts to a potent audition for [Lange] role as Tennessee Williams' mad, delicate Southern gentlewoman.
The final film by the great Brit director Tony Richardson.
Watching Lange and Jones together is like being caught in sheet lightning.
Jones and Lange at their best.
Persuasively alive... The movie is sufficiently at odds with itself to be both frustrating and intriguing.
There are two reasons to see this preposterously plotted military-marital melodrama: Jessica Lange's Oscar-winning performance and the fact that it became Brit Tony Richrdson's very last work.
Lange and Jones are an electrifying couple
Even without that lumpy subplot, Blue Sky is wildly uneven and is virtually held together most of the way by the performances of its stars.
Strong performances in a so-so movie. A little issue-movie-of-the-week-ish.
A loosely structured story that is held together by the gravity of Jessica Lange's inspiring performance. A jumble of adultery, deceit and mental illness made worse by it's obtrusive anti-nuclear agenda.
A sleeper that most people did not catch in 1994. This is the best character that I have seen Jessica Lange do including her earlier depiction of Frances Farmer.
Jones is just as good as Lange. Worthwhile for their performances alone.
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