Mary Poppins Returns
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'Who's That Girl' is so eager to please, it ends up being a very hard movie to hate. Sure, it's formulaic and overcooked, but it's ultimately a pretty typical '80s comedy, no better or worse than average.
The storyline is simply bizarre, but somehow all the crazy elements fall together in one appealing madcap frolic in this 1987 Madonna vehicle that ends up being more than the sum of its parts.
This patently painful flick marks the first and last time that director James Foley would tackle comedy. And the reasons why are right up there on the screen.
There is nothing wrong with Who's That Girl that a different script, a different director, and a different star wouldn't have fixed.
Zany 80s trash just barely saved by a cool cougar.
At least Shanghai Surprise was nice to look at and had some George Harrison songs.
One of Madonna's shining moments in films
Horrible. Madonna is out acted by a cat and acts like a 10 year old child with a learning disability all through this.
It is just a crappy movie. Don't watch it. I give the movie a half a star, and the two cougars their own half-star.
OK as a daytime family friendly movie. Nothing extraordinary about it. Madonna did a okay job. The story is about what you could expect out of it.
This movie is fun but much too silly at times too. Madonna is okay, but an actress could have done a better job with this movie, I think. Anyway, this movie is a joy for any fan of hers. If you're not a big fan, it's just okay.
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