Mary Poppins Returns
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What made 'Larry Sanders' work is the fact that it was consistently funny and well-written from start to finish. Unfortunately, "Get Well Soon" isn't. That's not to say there aren't some good elements about it
There are flashes of humor in this train wreck, but definitely nothing significant enough for me to recommend it. I am a huge fan of Vincent Gallo's work, and I would watch him in anything. In this, he's fantastic as usual, but even his presence and talent can't save the disastrous screenplay and direction. A mess of bizarrely confusing characters, excruciating dialogue and ugly attempts at style from writer-director Justin McCarthy.
I actually really enjoyed this once I got used to it. Great to see Elina Lowensohn in something newish and Vincent Gallo is good in this. Tate Donovan's character is hilarious (and creepy!). The mental patients bring the whole thing down a little, really they could have dropped that part, but aside from that, good, and worth a watch.
Fun, silly but fun
Much better than the "made for TV" looking cover-art would lead you to believe. Courteney Cox was pretty good, Vincent Gallo was a bit creepy and Tate Donovan was hilarious. Another completely bizarre film that isn't easy to categorize - not that every film should be easy to categorize of course.
I should make a list :)
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