Mary Poppins Returns
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Its thematic scope stays rather small, and the final third of the movie seems muted and flat.
A sweet little fable, a bit shy on substance but quite charming in the telling.
An unapologetically small but wholly original movie, warm-hearted but not precious, and possessed of a gently wacky sensibility.
It is a slight enterprise, not always expert in its construction, but it is sweet without being cloying, and it is sentimental in beneficial ways.
With its carefully-modulated combination of light comedy and drama, the film casts a gentle spell.
The story settles into a fairly routine feminist fable.
This indie feature shows a quirky, offeat sensibility by a new director, Lisa Krueger, a talent to watch.
Oddball charmer about the quirky way certain people are put together just when they need each other most.
Krueger's characters aren't complex enough to sustain a feature film, and her direction is both visually and dramatically listless.
A slow, rather simple and not terribly entertaining film.
The sub-par performances and flat plot drowns the interesting relationship triangle at the base of this film.
Yes, it's a movie about life cycles. But it's also quirky enough that it avoids getting bogged down in a predictable reaffirmation of the nuclear family.
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