Mary Poppins Returns
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| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (2)
| Rotten (27)
The hip, smart yarn has a bite not seen in American movies since The War of the Roses.
A dreadful movie.
Like its title character, Mr. Wrong doesn't know when to quit.
A sour, listless debunking of romantic comedies.
This is a romantic comedy parody, but how can you satirize something that's a comedy to begin with? If this motion picture is an example, not only can't it be done, but the result is downright ugly.
As directed sloppily by Nick Castle, this comedy barely lets its main characters develop, even though either of them could be great fun.
An almost astonishingly atrocious piece of work...
A tiresome, awkwardly directed farce that squanders the talents of its appealing stars.
Charming and funny Ellen DeGeneres made her big-screen leap--make that 'dive'--in this most uncharming and unfunny black comedy.
So-so, forgettable De Generes-Pullman vehicle.
Likeable performers mired in a laugh-free comedy zone.
Fascinating in retrospect as a lesbian's take on dating men.
Mr. Wrong, like a few other choice movies I've reviewed, is much better than most people think, but it requires you to suspend your cynicism for the entire movie. To be fair, this isn't a great movie. However, Ellen is funny and feels either miscast or just awkward, which is endearing. Her wit and sarcasm are worth watching. Better still is Bill Pullman. His character is obnoxious, sincere, absurd, stupid, enthusiastic, determined and disturbed. The scenes at his mother's house are hilarious too. This is a goofy, ill-conceived movie with a plot that runs out of gas by the time Bill Pullman kidnaps Ellen. Still, it's funny if you love Ellen, funnier if you enjoy Bill Pullman, and is probably the BEST movie ever to get a single digit Rotten Tomato score. So there's that.
I enjoyed watching this movie. Ellen DeGeneres is a woman who seeks the perfect man to start a relationship with but when she seemingly finds Mr. Right, he turns out to be Mr. Wrong because he shows an entirely different and wacky personality. When she tries to convince all the other people about his personality changes they won't believe her. I had loads of fun watching this movie but it seemed a little cheesy at times.
Usually I don't give films such a low rating, but this was undoubtedly one of the worst films I have ever seen. Ellen held on for dear life, but between Bill Pullman's over the top performance and the terrible script, it was headed for disaster right off.
Bill Pullman is wonderfully creepy in this movie.
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