Mary Poppins Returns
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In Like Flint, alas, lingers over every tired joke and every special effect as if they were the last of their kind in the world. One wishes it were so.
It's a shame that In Like Flint plays as such a defensive reaction to on-the-rise American feminism...in most other respects, it's a worthy-enough sequel to Our Man Flint. [Blu-ray]
...tries to top its predecessor by sending übermensch Derek Flint to Moscow, outer space, and the Isle of Uppity Brassiere Models ... sloppy pacing, shoddy production values, and Lee J. Cobb looking like he's planning a stern call to his agent.
Until Austin Powers, this was the best of the spy spoofs.
The Flint series was the best spoof of the Bond flicks
You would think that with material running thin in a first movie, there wouldn't be enough for a second. You would be right.
Generally pleasant, campy sequel.
Great spy spoof. Coburn is engaging with good humor.
smart and needle sharp as only a meta-hip '60's James Coburn could have made it
A clumsy, bland and far too subtle satire of the spy genre.
Fine spy adventure with James Coburn as alike James Bond, Derek Flint. I believe Coburn's kung-fu skills are okay as he learned it from Bruce Lee, it's true. This film packed with dazzling special effects and exotic settings of the 1960s.
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