Mary Poppins Returns
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Lacks the wit necessary to compensate for its stereotypical characterizations and predictable plot elements.
The wooden dialogue and overall shallowness of the writing keep the film from being even an amiable diversion.
The drama is unintentionally humorous, the humor incredibly labored and the acting rarely better than one might find in a Chi Chi LaRue XXX production.
The film is a labor of love for Casper Andreas, who wrote, directed and starred in this first feature. For the actors he has chosen, it's a labor of lust, with copious necking and grappling required. For the audience, it's just a labor.
Decently acted and briskly directed -- but thoroughly predictable and sometimes achingly sincere.
First-timer Casper Andreas approaches his subject with the subtlety of a wrecking ball.
That Andreas accomplished what he did in just two weeks of shooting is quite remarkable. In the end, there is some fine acting, some great kissing and several good lines.
The plot in this gay-themed romantic endeavor comes across like warmed-up leftovers out of the doggie bag.
An intelligent little film that knows its limitations and makes the most of a shoestring budget.
Wow. Who'd have thought an entire film could be shot in soft focus?
Giving leeway for a low budget, independent LGBT film, "Slutty Summer" is decent. The acting's not great, but good enough for what it is. Decent story. Acceptable script. Nothing really good about the film, but it's not bad either.
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