Mary Poppins Returns
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If the film's finally an entertaining ride, it is because Sudeikis takes the audience by the hand through this very unlikely story that was inspired by true events.
Pace gives it something like a heart, albeit a closed, melancholic one: that's some acting, and it's maybe more than these agreeably derivative proceedings deserve.
The film's final stretch, detailing a suspenseful sting operation, ensures that Driven ends on a fairly compelling note...
If all you know about the DeLorean is that it's the time machine in BACK TO THE FUTURE< get ready for a wild ride.
Someday there might be an entertaining and insightful movie about the life of Jon DeLorean. This isn't it.
It's a perfectly cromulent crime-doesn't-pay narrative, elevated slightly by director Hamm's unapologetic love of period kitsch and engaging performances from Sudeikis, Judy Greer and Corey Stoll.
Comical but serious at times, Driven manages to offer a lot of fun in showing us the fall of John DeLorean as a bromantic comedy.
Once again, two fine central performances bring a clever Colin Bateman script alive, with Jason Sudeikis injecting a well of emotional depth to his portrayal of a scuzzy FBI informant with a small but troubling conscience.
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