Mary Poppins Returns
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All Critics (17)
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| DVD (4)
As in Saturday Night Fever and Grease, [Travolta] plays a blustery, not-too-bright, young man with an electric personality that is fascinating to watch.
Glenn's Wes is the only intriguing one. He's the only real cowboy in a film that's in no way capable of handling him.
It's too diluted.
There's no denying that this film ends up as a counterfeit endorsement of the so-called simpler so-called values.
Travolta & Winger sizzle
Pop-culture time capsule dominated by Winger's breakthrough performance.
At their prime, John Travolta and Debra Winger make for a very sexy married couple in this James Bridges' musical drama, which launched the country and Western fad in music and film.
A versatile, intriguing Travolta vehicle
Ultimately it's enjoyable Hollywood stuff.
Urban Cowboy zeroes in the the desperate night life of frustrated individuals who find neither adventure nor fulfillment in their daytime existences.
Movies that just create silly fads are destined to linger long after their gimmicks have become jokes.
Flashy and silly; tries to be a country-Western "Saturday Night Fever," but misses the mark.
A pleasant surprise. I'd read that this was one of the most popular movies from my birth year, so I watched it and immediately said it was one of the best movies I'd ever seen.
Another box office hit that has not withstood the ravages of time. What was once hip now seems dated and cliche'.
Very good John Travolta movie. I LOVED IT!!!
It was alright.
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