Mary Poppins Returns
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The image of Campbell slapping himself to the ground is the only gag that the movie doesn't beat to death.
The film tries very hard to be over the top, wacky and camp, but instead, it's flat as stale O'Doul's.
An unapologetically sloppy jumble of Roger Corman-style antics that could only hope to inspire their own drinking game.
A comedy that doesn't build, lacks structural integrity, and often falls flat. But it's also winningly loopy, with bizarre incidental ideas and performance riffing making for a series of parts that almost make up for the faults of the whole.
Doesn't suffer because it's mostly a bad film, it suffers because it's a bad film without direction or a point...
A decent and diverting piece of work from perhaps the hardest-working man in movies.
...required viewing for fans of the B-movie superstar.
The story is pretty ridiculous from start to finish, but that's not necessarily a bad thing since the film doesn't take itself seriously at all.
if Sam Raimi is going to keep directing $100 million movies, someone has to keep the B-movie torch aflame.
This movie -- how you say? -- it suck.
The type of movie you'd expect to find on TV late at night. Very late at night.
Cranial scars; a robot in a yellow jumpsuit; gypsy thugs; catfights; Ted Raimi doing hip-hop; a mauve, tasseled Vespa; and a salad bar....C'mon: you know you want it.
A great time. One outragiously funny and original movie that has the old school 1950's sci-fi style and material. It packs great laughs, mayham and crazyness. Bruce Campbell brings his great nack for comedy as well as a great directional debut, proving he can handle being the star and crafting his own film.
In this Sci Fi original type movie Bruce Campbell loses all of his good Indie cred by doing his same old tired schtick.
Bruce is alright, but the movie needed some help. These made for sci fi movies should be b movies, but they often aren't good enough to even be that.
Bruce Campbell rocks!!! This is ultimate B-movie cheese, intentional for a change (at least I THINK it's intentional) and as long as you're not expecting Citizen Kane, a lot of fun.
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