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The social media embargo for Mary Poppins Returns has lifted like another worldly nanny floating up into the sky, and the early buzz is rolling in. Do critics find the Emily Blunt starring Mary Poppins sequel magical? Does Lin-Manuel Miranda shine in his first big screen role? Does director Rob Marshall recindle the spirit of the original? Or is the end result supercalifragilisticexpialistupid? Read the Mary Poppins Returns early buzz below!
As expected, I seemed to be in the (very small) minority of those who did not care for it.
The most surprising part about tonight, though, but the movie just tries to recreate too much of the original, and completely fails to recapture its magic. is that / Film’s Peter Sciretta is one of the only other people online so far who was not a fan of this movie:
It looks like Yolanda Machado is joining us while the rest of the world continues the love party (and more power to ’em!):
And again, as expected, the overwhelming majority of critics were whisked away by this movie like a kite on the wind:  #MaryPoppinsReturns is absolutely delightful, packed with old school charm and it keeps you smiling the whole time. So much color and warmth and wonder – a film about believing in the ones you love and loving to imagine the possibilities. pic.twitter.com/6WmYErvUWD
– Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) November 30, 2018
I I’m really happy people enjoyed this experience – it just was not for me. Christopher Robin earlier this year, it’s overly glorifies nostalgia in an era in which our popular culture is already drowning in it . But audience are going to lose their minds for this movie this, and it’s going to be a massive hit. And again, I have to admit that Emily Blunt was excellent, so it’s not all bad.
Mary Poppins Returns opens December 19, 2018 .
In Disney’s ” Mary Poppins Returns, Mary Poppins, is back to help the next generation of the Banks family find the joy and wonder missing in their lives following a personal loss. Emily Blunt stars as the Nanny Manuel Miranda plays her Practically-perfect nanny with unique magical skills who can turn any ordinary task into an unforgettable, fantastic adventure and Li ] 19669046] an optimistic street lamplighter that helps bring light and life to the streets of London.
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