Mary Poppins Returns
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What, exactly, happened to director Aaron Woodley?
Think Zootopia Goes to Space, but with flatter jokes.
A lot is happening at any given moment, but none of it really stands out, for the right reasons or the wrong ones. If you were the writer of this movie, you might say it lacks a certain... spark of inspiration.
There's scant evidence of any creative spark in Spark: A Space Tail, a thoroughly generic, unremittingly charmless computer-animated adventure.
Second-rate monkey business that never achieves liftoff.
An utterly lifeless and profoundly unoriginal animated effort that is desperately lacking the very thing in its title.
The humour seems a little lost in translation.
It is a relatively good-looking film that doesn't outstay its welcome, however, one not to avoid rather than one to seek out. We definitely recommend you take your inner three-year-old along if you do, though.
The action is mired by the lacklustre plot, which zigzags between bland backstory and the sluggish progress of the bratty chimp.
Crappy internationally co-produced animation, ahoy.
For much younger viewers untroubled by such things, mild and fleeting sci-fi entertainment may just be found for them here.
It's all amiably silly and definitely an option for half-term.
All the adventure of watching fungus grow on the leftover food you've got in the fridge.
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