Mary Poppins Returns
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| DVD (5)
Very pretty, and very creepy.
[A] hilariously inscrutable exercise in pseudo-profundity.
A civilized, mellow, and generally graceful chamber piece.
A welcome reminder of Bertolucci's directorial assurance.
[Bertolucci] builds an homage to beauty around a sullen void.
In contrasting the sexuality and rebellion of Lucy's generation with his own, Bertolucci clearly yearns to rekindle his creative spirit.
Is there not something a little disturbing about the way in which ageing male film-makers are applauded for their ogling of actresses young enough to be their granddaughters?
Unusually for Bertolucci, the film is an ensemble piece, with great glancing richness of detail conveyed by a wonderful cast.
Meditation on sex, life, death; older teens only.
I find it to be one of his most sublime achievements, filled with a sunny laziness and slow awakening.
Liv Tyler is radiant, but the film itself suffers from the same self-indulgence that always hampers Bertolucci's work.
Liv Tyler plays Lucy who arrives in Tuscany to meet family, be sculpted, find out who her father is and to lose her virginity.
Liv is quite beautiful as is the Italian countryside, and coming of age stories are always fun, but this movie is tastefully done.
Interesting, but not much.
Beautiful story.. the cinematography was amazing..
Bertolucci knows how to make the audience feel like they are part of the story..
Jeremy Irons is brilliant and Liv Tyler gives an amazing,mature performance..
A dull movie with a beautiful landscape.
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