Mary Poppins Returns
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All Critics (17)
| Fresh (11)
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This life-affirming adventure into the abyss and back of one truly fascinating character has a social message that ought to be heard by all.
A film that will leave you with a haunting sadness, harrowing yet beautiful.
The pace is so pedestrian it's a wonder the entire cast aren't on Zimmer frames.
There have been several 'what if' movies about what Britain might have been like had the Nazis occupied us. This is one of the worst.
The film has the feel of Sunday night telly - perfectly serviceable, but not much more.
Not bad, but it falls far short of It Happened Here.
Fails to capitalise on its intriguing premise and the pacing is painfully slow throughout.
Ostensibly about decency and tough moral choices, these movies are actually an excuse to watch pretty people striding through pretty countryside.
There is little conventional suspense or action, just an undertone of violence, and a sense of hallucination and disorientation.
Riseborough ... reminds us yet again what a great film actress she could be, in the right context.
A cold, bleak film. Riseborough is superb, but an all-too-brief Michael Sheen cameo underscores what's missing: conflict.
Gupta's faithfully muted approach to Sheers' literary atmosphere is both Resistance's illusive strength and its hindrance.
I've heard of "slow burn", but the wick's wet on this one.
Possibly one of the most boring films ever made.
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