Mary Poppins Returns
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This is a movie that has lots of magic, in more ways than one.
"What he does with cards, a magician can't do," says [Turner's] son and stage manager Asa Spades Turner. Director Luke Korem's documentary proves the lad's point.
He may have begun the years-long project to illustrate Turner's accomplishments, but Korem ended up with a richer profile of a perfectionist who realizes he still has things to learn.
"Dealt" achieves the neat trick of giving its main subject a rewarding character arc.
The card magician Richard Turner reveals that he has more than just a few tricks up his sleeve in Luke Korem's captivating documentary "Dealt."
A polished portrait that should play very well to those with eye disease and to those who support them.
"Dealt" is a documentary of such deep human beauty that the less you know going in, the more fresh your experience will be when you watch the film.
Beloved and admired, Turner has led a full life, and Dealt is a fitting tribute to his many accomplishments.
A lively and endlessly fascinating documentary that achieves a rewarding intimacy with its subject, Dealt holds all the aces.
Richard Turner is an amazing figure.
If you thought card tricks by sighted people were neat, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
The film's story is deeply moving, and Korem wisely doesn't doll it up with a lot of fancy, stylized cinematic sleight of hand.
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