Mary Poppins Returns
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Talk about your signifying nothing.
Has enough wit, energy and geniality to please not only the fanatical adherents on either side, but also people who know nothing about the subject and think they're not interested.
An entertaining documentary that freshly considers arguments the Bard's immortal plays were written by somebody else.
...an inviting piece of film.
Rubbo's humorously tendentious intervention into the who-wrote-Shakespeare controversy.
This documentary traces with a giddy temperament the search for the "real" Shakespeare.
It's about the capacity and zeal of people who have found a cause that overwhelms their lives while making their eyes light up with joy. We should all have such passion.
An utterly compelling 'who wrote it' in which the reputation of the most famous author who ever lived comes into question.
Rubbo runs through a remarkable amount of material in the film's short 90 minutes.
All right, it's far-fetched. But it's fun to think about, and Rubbo makes a merry case. Will the real Bard of Avon please stand up?
Icon-bashing has never been as amusing as it is in Michael Rubbo's documentary Much Ado About Something.
Granted, much of the Marlovian argument is patently ridiculous (was Ben Johnson really part of a massive cover-up?) but it's good fun.
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