Mary Poppins Returns
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The title suggests closure, yet the film locates a nation very much still in the process of getting to know itself.
While it may seem that it lacks a stronger conclusion, this deceptively simple road movie benefits from some fine performances and uses a lot of humor to address social matters and discuss the alienation of a people struggling to find its own identity in decadent times.
This is actually such a bizarre and one of a kind experience that I honestly can't say it's bad. This has some accidentally amazing qualities. The aftershock of American pop culture seeping through the soundtrack is extremely goofy and cheesy, but it totally made me love watching it. Visually it's great and the characters are really kooky and memorable. I think the fact that it was made during a time of political and social change makes it extremely interesting. It's by no means perfect, but definitely worth seeing.
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