Mary Poppins Returns
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Mainly a simple pair of soliloquies about lesbians struggling as life partners, with some scenes of farce and dread in the mix.
Exactly why we should care about these narcissists is a mystery.
With little plot and a stifling set, the movie needs stronger performances than its leads can offer.
Greenspan and Harmon's paltry song of themselves concludes with five minutes of outtakes, capping the self-love.
A small-scale but winning comedy.
Except for brief injections of camp administered by John Waters' vet Mink Stole ... and Dom DeLuise, there's little in Girl Play that doesn't evaporate by closing credits.
What Girl Play amounts to is big-screen soft-core for lesbians.
Too many musical montages break the momentum, but overall it's an engaging piece of work, regardless of which team you play for.
[font=Century Gothic]In "Girl Play", Robin(Robin Greenspan) and Lacie(Lacie Harmon) are two actresses who are rehearsing for a play but Robin's longtime significant other, Audrey(Katherine Randolph), is less than thrilled with the intimacy between the characters. That is nothing compared to her reaction when she finds out about the publicity photo for the play - one of Robin and Lacie topless...[/font]
[font=Century Gothic]"Girl Play" is a slight but sweet movie adapted from a play by the two stars, the remnants of which are in evidence such as the dueling monologues where they address the audience directly. The rest of the movie is filled with vignettes about not only the play, but also about relationships where the movie provides some good insight.[/font]
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