Mary Poppins Returns
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The film's teary-eyed conclusion is clearly intended to have you punching the air in elation, but the message it delivers will actually leave you feeling quite cold.
Entertaining, likeable and surprisingly moving documentary with engaging characters and some astute observations about obsession, friendship and the pursuit of fame.
Certainly the story's climax in Buenos Aires is unexpected, yet many scenes resemble staged reality TV moments: group hugs, tears, mumbled monologues about overcoming obstacles.
This trip rapidly becomes more about how they interact rather than their gravity defying ball.
Part road movie, part character study, here's a movie made for peanuts that outshines 75 per cent of what Hollywood churns out.
If ever there was a film that celebrated the joy of existence, the heady thrill of scaling a seemingly insurmountable challenge, it's this shambling documentary.
A thoroughly entertaining if necessarily condensed road trip that you don't have to be a football - or Maradona - fan to enjoy.
Entertaining and affecting, this takes its subjects out of their comfort zone and onto a journey of self-discovery. Stirring soccer skills are matched by absorbing action off the ball.
Lest we think that all youths in sportswear are out to mug us, energetic documentary In the Hands of the Gods shows there are at least five British boys in hoodies who've got something positive to do.
An absolute pleasure from beginning to end.
That passion does become apparent in the movie's surprisingly touching climax. How much input the production team had in the outcome is hard to say, but when the tears start rolling down Woody's cheeks, it's obvious that this was the Freestylers' jo
More than a film about kicky-uppies, this is a blinding doc full of flair and showmanship.
Cool docu-drama come teen entrepreneurs hitting the football bug across america to eventually meet their hero. Well done
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