Mary Poppins Returns
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Since there are no recognizable humans in it, Mr. Hobbs is really strictly for the bird watchers.
This is a fun picture, although it misfires, chiefly in the situation development department.
A wholesome family comedy with Stewart and O'Hara as a couple whose quiet vacation becomes a noisy free-for-all for the kids.
Some of the incidents are funny, some are so-so, some are flat. And, of course, in the end, it is concluded that for all this, the family is still strong.
Maybe this isn't 60s family entertainment at its absolute worst, but it's still pretty awful.
Whirlwind direction, witty quips from screenwriter Nunnally Johnson, and the seasoned Stewart's likability ensure that the laughs keep coming in this fun film.
really good flick, that birdwalk gets me every time
Was this supposed to be funny? I found it to be a damn headache. The funniest part was the bird watching bit. But other than that I thought that it was trying. It seemed like the Simpsons would parody, or already have. Personally, I would have killed everyone in that family except for Stewart and O'Hara...
James Stewart and Maureen O'Hara shine as a couple in this 60's comedy. A family goes on there last family summer vacation in southern CA to a friend's old home on the beach. Many things test there sanity...it is a funny and well done movie
"darn those kids of today...they're...they're...they're just driving me crazy, is all, but somehow we find a way to get along after all"
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