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Mary Poppins Returns (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray)
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- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 1.4 x 13.5 x 17 cm; 80 Grams
- Item Model Number : R32250
- Director : Rob Marshall
- Media Format : 4K
- Release date : 10 April 2019
- Actors : Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Whishaw, Emily Blunt, Emily Mortimer
- Studio : Walt Disney
- ASIN : B07M7MJTG3
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Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) helps the Banks family remember the joy of what it is like to be a child. Together, with her friend Jack, the lamplighter (Lin-Manuel Miranda), fun is brought back to the streets of London in celebration that everything is possible...even the impossible.
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I took my six and eight year old boys to see it at the cinema and they got restless - it's long. But afterwards they asked questions about the Mum who'd died and we talked about loss and grief in terms of the film - the film handles it so well. And we love the songs. Had them on in the car and when we watched the dvd with sing-a-long on we were all singing. It's terrific.
Emily Blunt has a commendable crack at Mary, but Lin-Manuel's Jack continues the head scratching policy of putting an American actor into a true-blue cockney role and, great actor he is in other things, his character lacks any kind of spark here. Dick may have sounded comical but his charisma made up for it. Routines and songs are enjoyable enough and the story is sufficiently interesting.
As for the 4K technical specs, I found the picture to be one of the least impressive of the 4k's I've watched so far. Probably still the best way to watch it, but don't expect to be blown away by the picture or sound, although they're good enough.
So overall, not a bad film and not a bad presentation, but weighed down by the past and an average technical presentation.