Mary Poppins Returns
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It's conclusive proof that life in an oceanside burg can be drab and uninvolving.
A minor moody character study, Burns' third film is a misguided foray into the woman's picture, only partially evoking the dead-end-small-town life of a working-class waitress (Lauren Holly, Burns' girlfriend)
Pretentious, phony melodrama about blue collar lovers
A bummer of an effort Ed
It is only natural that Burns would want to turn his attentions to something more serious. He should stick to comedy.
Despite its thinness, No Looking Back is a step forward for Burns. Let's hope he takes the title to heart.
Explores the ways relationships can serve as spurs to personal growth and transfomation.
After such an exciting debut film and a lesser second effort, Edward Burns' third outing strikes out. That's it. Dudsville.
There isn't enough in the Ed Burns film canon. The jack of all trades brings his all to his acting roles. Unfortunately he writes his own stinker to muddle through and hiring Bon Jovi as a co-actor doesn't help particularly.
typical ed burns slow turning story is well cast. enjoyable but not one for repeat viewings, love or hate this one
What a good cast this movie has from Ed Burns and Lauren Holly. No Looking Back gives a realistic glimpse into an everday group of friends in a small sea side town in NJ.
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