Mary Poppins Returns
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The film is a compelling tribute to a remarkable achievement, and to a young woman who is, in her own words, "pretty bad-ass."
At best this functions as a pleasant aquatic travelogue; at worst it validates a teenage girl's egotism.
Maidentrip is full of sunsets and dolphins but short on introspection and drama.
Maidentrip ends up being not necessarily about the amazing feat that Dekker accomplished, it's about finding one's true self, and enjoying the ride along the way.
What a relief it is to spend quality movie time with an adolescent girl who isn't pining for a boy or obsessed with social media.
Before our eyes, Laura's lengthening limbs and deepening introspection become the point of a movie that begins with a child and ends with a young woman.
Regardless of the young sailor's considerable nautical expertise, there is no such thing as smooth sailing on the trip Dekker is going on and watching her navigate those waters is a beautiful and exciting sight to behold.
Excellent docu about teen sailor; some brief profanity.
Such a wonderful teen movie. Dekker is a shining presence on screen, star material in a way that makes the film very watchable.
Immensely entertaining documentary.
"Maidentrip" isn't just about the endeavor, but the stops made along the way, showing one young person unafraid to commit to a dream.
Dekker knows who she is, what she wants to do, and how to get it done, and Maidentrip wisely sails off the tailwinds of her confidence and boundless curiosity.
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