Mary Poppins Returns
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Such aggressive photography could lend John Candy the grace of Gregory Hines.
An honest, un-cynical movie, and oh those colors.
It is impossible to enter into any discussion without acknowledging that this is probably the greatest name to a sequel that has ever been given in the history of cinema.
Its blithe self-confidence shows not the slightest inkling of just how terrible it all is: a wonderful kind of terrible that makes you weep for joy.
Best. Bad Movie. Ever.
Horrible name (it even rhymes), but a good movie. From the start I was afraid that this sequel was going to be different, it looked like an all out musical from the first scene, but it got better after that. It's all about the break dancing team trying to raise money for their youth arts/community center, which is going to be destroyed and turned into a mall. You would think that teenagers would welcome a mall, where they could hang out, shop, and even get jobs, but this community is all about dancing and the arts, and I loved that. I was rooting for them all the way through, and I wasn't disappointed by a cheesy ending either. I liked this movie.
The name alone makes this sequel of all sequels.
This sometimes exhilarating break-dancing movie is better than the original.
Cute 80s movie sequel, except for the excess of florescent spandex.
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