Mary Poppins Returns
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Her story construction -- blurring fact and fantasy and mixing scenes from different time periods -- is confusing and wearying.
This is a rich comedy that leaves you suspended, with all its hubbub, between wanting to laugh and wanting to cry.
Overlong and heavy-handed, semi-autobiographical dramedy.
Because it is a convoluted meditation on the guilt that often accompanies personal wealth, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi's wistful, self-effacing comedy is a movie that will push your buttons.
Gives Euro-style ambient guilt over money a sensitive and bittersweet (if slightly overlong) treatment that's worth a detour.
Long-winded, jokingly self-deprecating, and clichéd.
The contrast of the naive assurance of youth with the confusion and ambiguity of adulthood is sweet but simplistic and the wandering script hasn't much else to offer.
It's ultimately hard to care deeply about a silly, sheltered girl-woman who's taking an inordinately long time to learn that money can't buy happiness.
A diverting dramatic comedy.
a distant and distinctly minor piece of work
It's Easier For a Camel examines the soul-searching of a very rich woman who discovers that real wealth lies in her imagination.
[The main character] just isn't interesting in the slightest.
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