Mary Poppins Returns
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Who exactly are we laughing at? If not ourselves, we will get dumber every minute of this movie.
I can remember this one being absolutely horrific, even by my standards. Aside from the parents, none of the original movie cast return, and the story was silly beyond belief (and silly is a given for this series, so that is saying something). It was some years back that I saw this and I actually think it was so bad I didn't quite stick it out to the end. Maybe if it got shown on tv I would consider a rewatch to see if I was harsh, (I really don't think I was). I can't quite stomach the idea of paying money to revisit this one!
When Bobby Brady finds a winning lotto ticket, Mike Brady (Gary Cole) refuses to let him keep it. The Brady's then get world wide attention while looking for the owner of the ticket. Then suddenly the President makes Mike his running mate, just due to how honest he is. The President gets caught in a lie, a lie in which he promised if he was ling, he'd resign. Which leads Mike into being the new President.
I actually liked the first 2 movies, but this straight to television movie was pretty lame. Cole and Shelley Long are still in good form as the Brady parents but the new kids aren't that good. All except Autumn Reese as Masha Brady, I think she did a decent job. It didn't work that all the secret agent men would watch her bend over though when she looked more 15 than 18. It just made them look like a bunch of pedafiles.
Not nearly as good as the first 2 Brady movies
This time, the Brady Family has left reality! This direct-to-TV movie retains only Shelley Long and Gary Cole as Mr. and Mrs. Brady from the theatrical features. The plot is waaay over-the-top with Bobby turning in a missing wallet and Mr. Brady ending up being the President of the United States with Mrs. Carol Brady as the Vice President. It's ludicrous! Pure fantasy with a bunch of jokes to make anybody groan.
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