Mary Poppins Returns
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The material is emotionally wrenching, but the actors play sociopolitical totems more than flesh-and-blood characters.
This is an absorbing and involving picture, but the terms propounded here limit the story, which depends almost entirely on emotions rather than on thought.
This drama about interracial adoption is serious and affecting, thanks in large part to the presence of its two magnetic stars.
Losing Isaiah transcends the custody issue and finds drama in the black-white polarities that neither character can escape.
Thought-provoking and dramatically-solid.
While the subject may be controversial enough to merit an Oprah free-for-all, this evenhanded melodrama is neutral to a fault.
Despite the fine leads and some well-crafted scenes, Losing Isaiah is apt to make viewers angry and frustrated no matter where they stand on the issues.
TV movies get no worse than this.
Lange is outstanding...very rewarding
Effectively dramatizes the clash of ideas and ideals in adoption cases.
Although Halle Berry makes a creditable effort to play against her glamorous image, she's no match for Lange.
It reminds us that life is seldom tidy, work is always left to be done. And the resolve of these good people to do that work swells the heart.
So sad! I cried a couple times. Very good acting and a great story.
A very sweet and touching movie. Extremely intense emotionally. I really didn't know who to root for... the adoptive mom or the real mom. I liked them both and felt for both.
Good film, great performance by Halle Berry.
A remarkable movie!
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