Mary Poppins Returns
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Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang are always the right medicine for any and every holiday.
Witnessing the principle in action last night inspired some ready-made nostalgia and some ritualized pleasure. It affirmed the conviction that Charlie Brown is not just a good man, but a beautiful loser.
The Great Pumpkin may be infinitely memorable, but the Thanksgiving special has a better story and themes more meaningful for the holiday it is celebrating.
The third in the great trilogy of year-end "Charlie Brown" half-hour holiday specials, this one is just as inspired, with its makeshift dinner of toast, popcorn, pretzels and jelly beans.
...pleasant enough and clearly in the Peanuts tradition. However, it doesn't quite match the poignancy of the Christmas or Halloween specials.
Classic turkey-day special for young and old.
While this isn't a terrible movie by any means, it has none of the wonderfully constructed brilliance of the Christmas special. It's like they decided to dumb things down a bit, feeling like a less mature work of art would be a bad thing or something.
This bothers me a bit, but not enough to keep me from enjoying myself. I think I just had too high of expectations, but then again, it's kind of hard not to.
Probably the weakest, but still wonderful!
Um...Charlie Brown....it's classic, how can you not like it?
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