Mary Poppins Returns
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In spite of narrative problems... the film's chief appeal is its central conceit -- that giant monsters... can be transformed into [ceatures] who like to play with children.
Parents seeking innocent kiddie entertainment should know that the dinosaurs are drugged, the children are briefly transformed into monkeys and the Professor is eventually devoured by crows.
It's shallow and kind of dumb, and the animation is routine, and the story isn't much, and the stakes are a lot higher these days in the featurelength animation game.
We're Back is an exercise in endurance -- not only is it dull, but it has such an overwhelming sense of sweetness that it threatens to become nauseating.
It's vividly animated, it's friendly -- and it's not too long.
[A] highly entertaining, relatively gentle animated feature ...
'90s dino time-travel tale has scares, peril.
Cute, strictly for kids and featuring Walter Cronkite!
By the end, you'll be glad they went extinct.
Nothing in "We're Back" captures the eye or the imagination.
The screenplay, by John Patrick Shanley, who won an Oscar for his "Moonstruck" script, panders to the kiddie audience and is weak and plodding.
Mercifully, this feature is only about 80 minutes long. It probably won't frighten kids, but it might bore them instead.
Another fun animated Dinosaur movie for kids that I liked when I was young. It's really good, it's based on a kids book if I remember correctly. And it's just a fun movie.
I've always loved how bizarre this movie is. It looks extremely different from anything you usually see, mainly due to the fact that it's about Dinosaurs with thinking minds and living in New York. It's got a nice demented plot about a circus freak trying to turn kids into zombie slaves.
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