Nanny McPhee Returns (2010)
Critic Consensus: Emma Thompson's second labor of love with the Nanny McPhee character actually improves on the first, delivering charming family fare with an excellent cast.
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Critic Reviews for Nanny McPhee Returns
A delightful family movie, filled with frolicking farm animals, flying motorcycles and life lessons worth remembering.
That those blemishes begin to disappear each time her kids learn from her teachings offers a somewhat disturbing statement on the value of physical beauty.
There's still a warm, British naturalism to Nanny McPhee Returns and an old-fashioned cheerfulness uncommon to most of today's kids movies.
The child actors are so funny that even the stalest jokes seem fresh.
An authentic fairy tale for kids with brains and imagination, Nanny McPhee Returns"serves up a flavorful mixture of magic and melancholy, barnyard humor and old-timey British idealism.
Audience Reviews for Nanny McPhee Returns
Cute. Nowhere near as good as the first.
Not as good as the first one. And how did she get hideous again? They should have left the movie at part one instead of making a boring sequel to it.
Nanny McPhee Returns (2010) is about a nanny that teaches some out of control kids some lesions. Pros Good plot Some funny parts Cons Lacking acting Some gross parts Too childish. As I said before I liked Mary Poppins better.
Nanny McPhee Returns Quotes
|Nanny McPhee:||"It's an odd thought, granted, but there it is."|
|Nanny McPhee:||It's an odd thought, I grant you, but there it is.|
|Mrs. Docherty:||You seem to have forgotten the way she works. When you need her but do not want her, then she must stay. When you want her, but no longer need her, then she has to go. I know from personal experience.|
|Nanny McPhee:||I am Nanny McPhee. Small C, Big P.|