Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins

Remember back in the day when children in movies were ugly? What happened? Now kids in movies are little mini models. I hate that. Kids are suppose to be ugly and awkward. Then they blossom. Sorry, I'm still mad at China over that whole thing... Anyway, there are ugly children in this movie. They sing songs. They dance and make pouty sour faces until MARY POPPPPINSSS (Oprah voice) flies into town to sprinkle their lives with magic! This movie is evidence that EVERYONE was high in the 60's.

  • Looks like another perfect holiday idea for my budding 10-yr-old sorceress....

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  • Put aside any thoughts you have that this is just a cheesy children's movie about fake looking fairies. Quite the contrary. It's actually a beautifully shot film about two children in World War I England who set about photographin... Put aside any thoughts you have that this is just a cheesy children's movie about fake looking fairies. Quite the contrary. It's actually a beautifully shot film about two children in World War I England who set about photographing fairies they find in their garden, only to capture the attention of such historical figures as Houdini (Harvey Keitel) and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Peter O'Toole.) A magical tale that adults will enjoy just as much as children.

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