Mary Poppins Returns
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Its PG-13 version of a Hollywood-vice plot is so inept it puts you in a stupor.
Its dance sequences are barely sexier than a bowling tournament. But connoisseurs of clunky dialogue and shameless continuity lapses should look no further.
Herring, a former Miss USA, must not have danced for her talent portion of the competition.
The story relies on one absurd coincidence after another, the acting is pedestrian, and the screenplay is often unintentionally laughable. However, although overlong, the film is consistently entertaining.
A film that defies all sense of merit by intercutting an endless array of pelvis gyrations and Latin-inspired grooves with a tone so inconsistent and downtrodden that it left me wincing in discomfort.
A deadly combination of inept political cartooning and fatigued, dirt-poor filmmaking anti-skills.
What's a nubile young monarch to do? Why, head to the States and school the nature-hating, money-grubbing Yanks with some hearty forbidden dancing, of course!
A musical without the spark of classics like Flashdance or Fame.
The movie feels like Dirty Dancing mixed with an 8-year-old's view of rain forest ecology.
The Forbidden Dance might be unintentionally funny if it didn't trivialize the very real plight of the Amazon rain forests.
Nice music nothing more nothing less...
Quite interesting! A movie from my childhood.
Wan's fav. movie!! ;P
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