Mary Poppins Returns
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All Critics (37)
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| Fresh (10)
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| DVD (3)
Sex talk and slapstick violence in screwball comedy remake.
John Cleese upstages everyone as an arrogant New York hotel manager. His zany dancing in women's clothes brings back memories of those Monty Python silly walks sketches.
Too much of the time the glow of the pair is dimmed by the labored slapstick and painful groaners.
Awful remake of the hilarious Neil Simon original
Faltou um diretor que, ao contrário de seus personagens, não estivesse completamente perdido.
How much you enjoy this 'Out-of-Towners' will have a lot to do with how many times you can laugh at what amounts to a series of variations on the same joke.
The whole thing feels so staged that I expected to see cue cards somewhere in the background.
This film has good matinee potential, if you're dying for an above-average comedy with Cleese in full drag. Otherwise, rent it.
Fast-paced and enjoyable enough, aided by the dynamite duo of Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn.
One of Steve Martins better films, which doesn't say much.
My two favourite comic actors team up again. Their son has just left home, so they head to New York for a break, but get into all sorts of trouble,
Fairly fun, but nothing special.
Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn reunites since "HouseSitter" in this remake comedy film is a bit of laughs.
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