Mary Poppins Returns
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No doubt a labor of love, the result is just plain laborious for the audience.
Pitched somewhere between a DIY alt-humor video and a knockabout comedy, this meandering lark about a corrupt, spiteful and hopelessly distracted police force in a decriminalized, sun-scorched city never quite finds the funny bone.
A tedious exercise in self-consciously hip lowbrow comedy.
Improves on its predecessor by being effectively plotless.
While it's certainly not a traditional holiday movie to watch with the family, its timely release and cult impressions could make for one very unforgettable, and one very Wrong, Christmas experience nonetheless.
If you are tired of mainstream movies, why not give this a chance.
It's tonally weird and totally forgettable.
Doesn't have structure, but there are laughs, especially for viewers on the prowl for weird stuff from a helmer who's become quite skilled at concocting ludicrousness.
For the right/wrong sensibility, there's reason to enjoy the filmmaker's weird attempts at stripping the ordinary from the everyday.
Dumb is a word you use as a kid, but it's the only way to describe Quentin Dupieux's latest, WRONG COPS.
Some of these routines are hilarious, others forced, but they're all routines, not parts of a cohesive work.
Los Angeles cops sell weed (hidden in dead rats), harass aerobics dancers, blackmail each other, and compose electronica; anything but fight crime. With a few exceptions (like a fatally wounded music aficionado who refuses to kick the bucket), this black comedy from Quentin Dupieux is missing the unique conceptual meta-humor of his first two movies, RUBBER AND WRONG, and plays more like mildly edgy sketch comedy---it's almost mainstream.
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