Mary Poppins Returns
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| Top Critics (17)
| Fresh (36)
| Rotten (17)
| DVD (7)
This is a French film desperate to please an American audience.
Could teach many an American thriller a thing or two about sophisticated creepiness.
It ends up being more about stage blood and stupid plot tricks.
By movie's end, you'd swear you were on Hollywood Boulevard, with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover in Lethal Weapon 11.
The most American French movie ever, it's like a Hollywood blockbuster that accidentally got made by smart people. And it's excellent.
Some actors are just automatically the moral locus of every scene they're in. They're the major movie stars, and Reno is one of those.
It has good tough-cop banter, a couple of satisfying action scenes ... and a load of plot twists you won't see coming.
Un interesante thriller sangriento que muestra que el género no está muerto, y que los franceses saben hacerlo increíblemente bien.
A film more likely to make scratch your head than bite your nails all the way home.
...silly but immensely entertaining...
I cherish the rush I got, and I can only laugh at all the problems I came up with when I thought the movie through.
The film has a finely tuned drive, an intriguing build in its plot, and a unique style that balances atmosphere and absurdity.
Whilst being a gruesome psychological horror detective story it is actually rather enjoyable thanks to a script that's more suitable as light entertainment. Lots of silliness in a fun way and a plot that isn't too taxing to figure out with a back story about eugenics that will make it quite memorable, if nothing special or outstanding in anyway.
Not incredible, but works good enough for time pass.
3 and 3/4's. Pretty good. I'm not really on board with alot of French films, but this was rather enjoyabe. EXCEPT...they threw in some strange fight scene, with an even stranger video game sound effect voice over. MINUS half a point for that lame move....otherwise, pretty decent movie.
It's the Silence of the Lambs meets Seven. A first-rate edge of your seat thriller. Spine-tingling, heart-racing and nerve-frying. Chilling and unforgettable. A breathtaking thrill-ride. Tension and suspense in unbearable doses that will blow you away all the way to the explosive finish. You wont know what hit you right until the very end. It's intense, stylish and outstanding. Vincent Cassel and Jean Reno are sensational. They are an impressive combination. A terrific and brilliantly original thriller. An unstoppable adrenaline-rush that has the suspense and action to back it up.
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