Mary Poppins Returns
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The oscillation between focus on Sam and Gabi creates an uneven progression, although the contrast wisely displays the relativistic nature of age.
Lawrence Levine should earn some attention with this agreeable indie comedy.
Wisely observant of human nature as it bounces between the leads, Gabi evokes Woody Allen with a more generous heart (and a lot more casual nudity).
The shock of recognition dissipates, to be replaced by the glance at the wristwatch.
I know that people like this exist, but, in terms of characters on the screen, I'm never shown why they need to.
Remarkably, the film gradually, effectively coheres, building to a climax at once unexpected yet integral to what has transpired before.
This is a movie that manages the neat trick of being impressive and infuriating at the same time.
Gabi on the Roof in July projects its transparent character flaws far in advance, but the actual betrayals aren't what make this film interesting.
Good girl goes bad, and then some!
Evokes a New York sentimentalist tradition that mixes the edge of golden era Cassavettes with the nostalgia of Woody Allen--all of which owes eternal debt to the western European New Waves and Bergman.
Funny and affecting portrait of a group of friends adrift in NYC, whose summer is disrupted by a one of their wild younger sisters. Takes a pretty typical indie/mumblecore theme and turns it into something surprisingly perceptive and humane.
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