Mary Poppins Returns
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The idea that a reality TV show can unite a war-torn country and make the Afghans forget their concerns, comes across as farcical.
Heavily indebted to the collected works of Jane Austen...distinguishes itself via a purposeful sense of cultural specificity within a more broadly relatable story.
Some degree of feminist anger is implicit as comedy gives way to melodrama, but ultimately critique is swallowed up in the affirmation of life as an eternal cycle in which joy and sorrow are bound together.
It's a very enjoyable film.
A film that's easy to enjoy while at the same time not treading much in the way of new ground.
This film continues to linger in my mind. See it at a morning session with a strong coffee. You won't regret it.
The enigmatic presence of Omar Sharif as he gives a running commentary from the sidelines, is the best thing about Laila Marrakchi's film about secrets, lies and family feuds.
A delightful blend of chick-flick, rom-com and family melodrama.
If you're in the mood for a solid family story, Rock The Casbah should at least partially satisfy. Just make sure that you have dinner reservations for after the film -- you'll be hungry for something more.
A mildly enjoyable little drama made by women for women - very much like Labaki's Caramel - but unfortunately the plot is a bit dispersed and more superficial than it should be, with unnecessary (and predictable) revelations that make it feel more like a soap opera.
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