Mary Poppins Returns
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It's Tim Blake Nelson's character who keeps the plot from spinning out of control, because he has a natural and unforced respect for these women that he yanks his brother's chain and keeps their mission on course.
Spirited indie film that could be improved by a gifted editor.
Good piece of work.
Neither funny enough to be a comedy nor serious enough to pass for drama.
This is one case where the director would have been better off pointing his camera at real subjects. The truth, in this case, is almost sure to be stranger than the fiction.
A competently assembled yet perplexingly affectless romantic comedy.
For those who are easily pleased.
Nelson's charisma keeps the film watchable, but there are few laughs or surprises.
In the end, it's not going to bother anyone, and it's funnier than it has a right to be. Just don't expect real comedic insight into the ways human beings stumble into love.
A genial, generally amusing film.
A Foreign Affair is an altogether enjoyable diversion, a light and clever comedy that offers some great performances in a unique setting. Plus it's about ten times more sincere and entertaining than what passes for romantic comedy these days.
Slight, but charming.
I really, really liked this movie. It is not a laugh out loud kind of comedy, It is a subtle, humorous look at two brothers' quest in finding a wife in another country. It was nicely done, well acted, and very charming. AND I am not a David Arquette fan by ANY stretch of the imagination, but I really liked him in this.
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