Mary Poppins Returns
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First-rate actors and polished filmmaking craft ensure reasonable involvement, but the movie's literary density and structural repetitiousness become steadily more wearing than intriguing.
An initially absorbing, increasingly exasperating study of a family man whose actions grow inexplicable and indefensible after it's discovered he has a brain tumor.
But after pondering the question of what makes us who we are over and over, you're reminded that the question is so much more captivating than the answers we're given here.
You Disappear is the sort of film that recites large passages of the book in voiceover, just in case anyone in the cheap seats might be missing the philosophical subtext to the onscreen plot.
An intellectual courtroom drama, that somehow manages to study neuroscience in a way that is accessible and entertaining.
[Peter Schønau] Fog is so busy considering the story's philosophical underpinnings that he forgets to render that story in a compelling or urgent manner
... Danish director Peter Schønau Fog's second feature You Disappear is an intriguing, if not wholly satisfying, family melodrama, buoyed up by decent central performances and an unsentimental directness.
The nonlinear plotting does a major disservice to "You Disappear," which plays out like a made-for-TV adaptation of Scandinavian paperback you might glance over at an airport bookstore: all flash, no substance.
This could have been an intriguing look at cause and effect with an ill man's intent on trial, but it ultimately becomes another demeaning representation of women.
You Disappear raises thought-provoking questions ... but its heady approach neglects the soul of its most fascinating character.
Exceedingly well made yet palpably overlong...
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