Mary Poppins Returns
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Somewhat sad yet heartwarming film about orphaned animals.
There's about forty minutes of story in this movie, with it stretched to 96 minutes by adding silly antics with the animals.
What comes out of the "tail end" of this one is pretty awful. Up to the climax, I thought that this silly story almost worked. The idea of using real animal footage and attaching African voices to it was nearly pulled off. And the theme of poaching is a timely and urgent message. Coupled with the paficism idea, this could actually be passable as a film. However, the events that transpire in the end aren't suited for backyard filmmaking. For children up to about 7 years old, this might be worth putting on for them while you do something more productive, like anything else.
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