Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Dramedy about loss has positive messages, mature themes.
...substitutes overt instances of sentimentality for anything even resembling authenticity and genuine emotion.
This movie leaves you with a ray of hope that there are some teachers that are not disillusioned.
Ryan Reynolds. Never heard of this, yet I found it to be absolutely fantastic! He is just the best.
Cast: David Paymer, Ryan Reynolds, Kate Vernon, Andrew Robb, John Astin, Leila Johnson, Shylo Sharity, Chelsea Florko, Jillian Marie, Alexander Pollock
Director: William Dear
Summary: Stodgy educator Matt Warner (David Paymer) -- who's determined to carry on his late father's legacy of winning the Teacher of the Year award -- suddenly finds himself competing with charismatic new history teacher Michael D'Angelo (Ryan Reynolds) in this made-for-TV family tale. In an effort to smear the affectionately dubbed "Mr. D," Matt tails him and makes a shocking discovery that leads to an uncomfortable self-assessment and an about face.
My Thoughts: "A feel good movie with a great message but with a bitter-sweet ending. Good performances from Ryan and David Paymer. The story is about learning what little time we have on this planet so what we do with it better count. The title of the film is very fitting. It isn't about school or teachers, it's about us. How we treat each other how we see each other. What we can do and what we should do. To make something of our lives and don't waste the time we have been given because our time is limited and unforseen. Not a film for most, but one worth taking a look at with your kids."
Cute message to it. I just love Ryan Reynolds so that made it worth watching.
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